Manage and Monitor

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By reviewing the course often, you can address issues in a timely way and get tech support when you need it. You can also use many different course tools to monitor student progress.

Actionable Asynchronous Teaching Ideas

Next Steps

  1. Visit the course shell regularly (as often as possible) to manage and address issues
  2. Monitor student progress regularly using eConestoga tools
  3. Reach out by email to students directly if you notice they are not engaged in the course or submitting assignments

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Elan Paulson

Elan Paulson, PhD, has been an educator in Ontario's higher education system since 2004. Before joining Conestoga as a Teaching and Learning Consultant, Elan was on the executive team at eCampusOntario. She previously served as Program Director and as an instructor in professional education programs at Western University's Faculty of Education. With a Master's in Educational Technology, Elan specializes in technology-enabled and collaborative learning to support diverse learners. She has also conducted research on faculty participation in communities of practice for professional learning and self-care.

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