"...the course design fostered a level of cohesive participant interaction that I have not experienced in many places. The instructor provided an effective model of online facilitation while teaching about online instruction. This could have easily exposed the underbelly of a weak course. Collaborative Communities stood up to that challenge.
Every potential online instructor should take this class."
~ Paul Mugan, High school biology teacher, Waverly, Iowa
“The time management techniques and resources shared related to prepping, first week activities and what to do during and after your online course ends were pure gold! ”
~Jennette Kane, Technology Integration Supervisor,Pepper Pike, Ohio
"From the psychological to the practical, the information and the resources I obtained in the course equipped me to successfully navigate the paradigm shift from the traditional to the online setting and facilitate a rich, learner-centered online community of practice. Finally, the course text, Making the Move to eLearning: Putting your Course Online, has repeatedly been an invaluable addition to my resource library."
~ Traci Skog,Instructional Designer, Wilson, Wisconsin
"I loved the course because I learned how to be a great online facilitator. I learned about my strengths and weaknesses and how to use both to my advantage. And I learned to think differently about learning in an online environment."
~ Shelley Lee Science Education Consultant, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
"Thank you for being current and future pioneers ensuring that learners like me are able to have meaningful interactions and know the difference between good and bad facilitation techniques. The work and materials that you provided in this course are what I can use and not just leave on a shelf."
~ Deborah Pace, Director of Employer Relations, Springfield, Massachusetts