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Judith Rosenberg <com427 -at- CLC -dot- CC -dot- IL -dot- US> wrote:
>I will be teaching an undergraduate technical writing course online
>in Fall 1998. I have been teaching this class in a regular classroom
>for many years, but this will be my first time teaching over the Web.
>I have developed the course, and am about 50% done, but I think I
>would like to tap the minds of my colleagues out there. Any tips,
>warnings, or comments will be welcome.
Read the latest issue of Hyperviews:Online (newsletter of STC's Online SIG)
which focuses on online instruction. It includes interviews of George Hayhoe
and Roger Grice about their online teaching experiences. It's at: