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This page lists online resources that are of special use or interest to IOHS faculty and Staff. If you don't find what you are looking for on these pages, try searching the campus web or contact a specific program director.

DISTANCE EDUCATION

Distance Education Student Primer

Do you have students who aren't sure what to expect from distance education?  This little HANDBOOK (.pdf)* contains valuable information about studying at a distance. Topics include time management, student accountability, online communication skills, online community, research and resources, technology considerations, and study habits and skills. Developed by Indiana University in 2003 for long distance educators throughout the US.

 
Allied Health Online Education - Institute of Health Sciences
 
 
Allied Health Online Education - Institute of Health Sciences
 
 
E-Learn® Videos

The series of videos listed on this link are designed to teach faculty members how to effectively use E-Learn to teach online classes. All videos are in Microsoft format, so you will need to have their Media Player for your browser. The videos are captioned and the scripts are available on the video's page.

Produced by George Self, the Director of the Online Campus for Cochise College, a small, rural community college in southern Arizona, USA. Mr. Self has generously offered to share these videos with the faculty of The Institute of Health Sciences.

iCochise - E-Learn Videos are located at :  ICochise.com.

 
 
 
 

Adult Learners

The New Undergraduate Majority

The stereotyped image of the college student as one who is 18-23 years old in residential, full-time study is being challenged by anew reality. The U.S. economy is now information-driven and a college degree has become an increasingly important credential in the marketplace, both for new entrants into the labor force and those already employed. Working adults who want to succeed in the present economic climate are pursuing a college education in increasing numbers, and they are creating a new majority among undergraduates at campuses across the country.  More Info» (pdf)

 
 
 
 
*The Distance Education Student Primer is available in a 196KB PDF format. To view it, you need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download for free at :  Adobe.
 
 
     
       
       
 
 
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