What about Students Without Internet Access ?

A few resources via the TeachThought blog and YouTube:

“6 Ways To Support Students Without Internet Access At Home”:


…and Shannon Holden’s YourTube videos “Flip Without Internet” parts one and two, which includes resources for capturing web-based videos into standalone files that students can use anywhere.

The Most-Needed Competency for Online Instructors

Interesting article with some common sense comments from Larry Ragan and Brian Redmond at Penn State.
“Ragan explains: “Our research leads us to believe that active teaching and responsiveness is the primary skill set that faculty need to have to be successful online, and one of the most challenging. The challenge is in the transition from the face-to-face environment to the online environment.”