Online Student Engagement: Selecting Tools for Asynchronous Online Courses

Thursday, November 01 | 3:15PM–4:00PM MT | Board 605, Poster Area, Exhibit Hall B-E
Session Type: Poster Session
Selecting appropriate, relevant tools for an online course can help ensure that it matches the engagement and interaction found in a classroom-based course. Tool selection begins during the design and development process of an online course and should consider learning needs, meaningful data, and seamless user experiences.

Outcomes: Identify factors to consider when selecting a tool for an online class * Discuss opportunities and challenges in implementing tools in online courses * Create action steps to implement best practices for tool selection in your own work


  • Kylie McGraw

    Online Course Coordinator, Georgetown University