A review of M.D. Miller's Minds Online: Teaching Effectively with Technology.
Distance educators are increasingly in demand, as online programs and degrees become more readily available. Minds Online is a straightforward must-read for anyone who teaches in higher education, especially, though certainly not limited to, those teaching online. Established upon the cognitive psychology in understanding how learners assimilate knowledge, this book serves as a guide to understanding how to improve as an innovative, effective educator through technology usage, so that students are maximally engaged and reaping the benefits of the course, whether self-paced or face to face.
"Book Review: Miller, M. D. (2016). Minds Online: Teaching Effectively with Technology. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.,"
Internet Learning: Vol. 5
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