by Happy Gingras, Patricia Adams and Evelyn Beck
The Part-Time Press, October 2019, 2nd Edition
112 pages. Paperback.
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Since first being published in 2008, this handbook has helped tens of thousands of college faculty transition their courses online! Whether you’re just thinking about teaching online, a first-time online course facilitator, or you are an experienced distance educator, Going the Distance: A Handbook for Faculty Who Teach Online will help you sharpen your online teaching skills. No matter what you teach, you’ll learn how to develop and deliver more engaging, student-centered distance learning courses.
This book was authored by a trio of award-winning distance educators who have, collectively, been developing and teaching distance education courses for decades. Happy Gingras is the Director of Teaching and Learning at Pitt Community College. Evelyn Beck is the Dean of Arts & Sciences at Piedmont Technical College. Patricia Adams has been planning, developing and facilitating online courses for over a dozen years at Pitt Community College.
The new Second Edition contains updated and expanded sections on blending, assessment, student retention, course development/design, conferences, awards, copyright, tips and teaching techniques for the online classroom.
Going the Distance: A Handbook for Faculty Who Teach Online provides faculty—full- and part-timers—with the contents of a first-rate teaching workshop for a fraction of the price.
Going the Distance: A Handbook for Faculty Who Teach Online is an excellent starter kit for individuals new to teaching online, especially in the time of COVID-19. It has practical advice and best practices that are easy to understand. The text is more of a broad overview of tools and pedagogy for asynchronous online environment, and that is exactly what teachers new to the online setting need. The text also serves as a quick and easy reference book for those who are more experienced with online teaching and learning. The text seems to target asynchronous online education more, but it is easily adaptable for synchronous online education. Going the Distance: A Handbook for Faculty Who Teach Online is definitely worth obtaining. I will be recommending this to faculty who are new to online teaching and learning.–Jason Vickers, Ph.D.,