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About Kathryn Linder
Dr. Katie Linder is currently the executive director for program development at Kansas State University Global Campus. Previously, she directed the award-winning Ecampus Research Unit at Oregon State University. Katie is also a Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation.
Katie earned her BA in English Literature from Whitworth University in Spokane, WA, and her MA and PhD in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from The Ohio State University.
Visit her personal website at: https://drkatielinder.com
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With a chapter devoted to each of the eleven HIPs, this collection offers guidance that takes into account the differences between e-learners and traditional on-campus students.
A primary goal of High-Impact Practices Online is to share the ways in which HIPs may need to be amended to meet the needs of online learners. Through specific examples and practical suggestions in each chapter, readers are introduced to concrete strategies for transitioning HIPs to the online environment that can be utilized across a range of disciplines and institution types. Each chapter of High-Impact Practices Online also references the most recent and relevant literature on each HIP so that readers are brought up to date on what makes online HIPs successful.
The book provides guidance on how best to implement HIPs to increase retention and completion for online learners.
The Blended Course Design Workbook meets the need for a user-friendly resource that provides faculty members and administrators with instructions, activities, tools, templates, and deadlines to guide them through the process of revising their traditional face-to-face course into a blended format.
Providing a step-by-step course design process that emphasizes active learning and student engagement, this book will help instructors adapt traditional face-to-face courses to a blended environment by guiding them through the development of course goals and learning objectives, assignments, assessments, and student support mechanisms with technology integration in mind. It will also help instructors choose the right technologies based on an instructor’s comfort level with technology and their specific pedagogical needs. The book will help each instructor who uses the text to develop a unique course by making choices about their course design based on student learning needs for their chosen topic and discipline. Every component of the workbook has been piloted with faculty designing and implementing blended courses and then revised to better meet the needs of faculty across a range of comfort levels with technology use.
The Blended Course Design Workbook includes detailed instructions for each stage of course design alongside specific activities that the reader can complete. The book is unique because it facilitates a step-by-step process for blended course design with specific templates and tools that can be used across disciplines.
Additional resources and handouts are posted on the book page as well as the author website, www.bcdworkbook.com.
Originally created during the author's own dissertation writing process, this blog offered supportive and encouraging suggestions for dissertation writers across disciplines. The primary goal of the To Do: Dissertation blog was to talk realistically about practical steps that dissertation writers could take to finish their writing and take satisfaction and pride in their process and final product.
The To Do: Dissertation ebook includes the 26 step AB(C)D Guide to Beginning Your Dissertation and also offers chapters on common dissertation myths, how to start a dissertation writing group, and best practices for dissertation writing on a budget, among many other topics. In To Do: Dissertation, you'll find over 50 chapters offering tips and suggestions for how to survive and thrive during your dissertation writing process.
Don't forget to check out the original blog at www.tododissertation.wordpress.com.
This ebook tackles the toughest parts of dissertation writing from staying motivated to the revision process.
These writing tips were first published on Twitter, which requires posts to be 140 characters or less. This is a great method for writing tips because it means that you are assured the following:
These daily dissertation writing tips are simple steps that can be easily implemented into your writing process.
These short writing tips are easy to digest and won’t overwhelm you.
These daily tips are easy to read all at once in a short period of time if you are looking for specific kinds of writing motivation.
Since starting to post these tips on Twitter, I’ve had several followers ask me where they can find the tips all in one place. Instead of collecting each tip as it’s posted on Twitter, you can now have 101 daily writing tips available all in one document!
The tips in this document are organized by 18 themes, whereas on Twitter they just appear randomly. Now you can look for tips based on your daily writing needs.
I hope that this ebook offers the motivation and encouragement you need to finish your writing and take satisfaction and pride in your dissertation process and final product.
research sessions that help you complete a large writing project
in small pieces over time.
In each session, you will tackle manageable tasks that give you a
sense of accomplishment and productivity toward your larger
In 15-Minute Tasks for Dissertation Writers, you will find:
10 Tips for scheduling Dissertation Writing and Research into a busy day
15 Creative suggestions for Dissertation Writing and Research Activities
An annotated bibliography of 3 recommended dissertation writing manuals that focus on the benefits of short writing and research sessions that occur on a regular basis