Virtual School Meanderings

February 8, 2017

Thinking of Becoming an Online Instructor?

Another item from Monday’s inbox…

Online Learning Consortium -
Thinking of Becoming an Online Instructor?
Dear Michael,

In our most recent blog post, “Thinking of Becoming an Online Instructor?,” we outline some of the skills and qualifications that are needed to become a successful online educator in today’s rapidly changing digital education landscape. We also offer suggestions about the kinds of professional development opportunities that can help you build new knowledge and skills, whether you are new to online teaching or a seasoned professional.

“For the last ten years, the OLC Institute for Professional Development has offered an Online Teaching Certificate, allowing you to collaborate with, and learn from, recognized experts who will prepare you for the conception, implementation, and administration of online learning effectiveness.”

A seasoned professional? Our Advanced Online Teaching Certificate Program guides educators in fine-tuning their existing online courses by exploring and practicing active learning strategies throughout the program. Participants investigate and create a personal repository of solutions for the rapidly changing technology challenges in our field.

Read more about how OLC can help you with your online teaching skills.

Best Regards,

Jennifer Rafferty | Director of the OLC Institute for Professional Development | Online Learning Consortium | 617-716-1414 |

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The Online Learning Consortium | P.O. Box 1238 | Newburyport | MA | 01950

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