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The Online Teaching Survival Guide, 2nd Edition by Rita-Marie Conrad, Judith V. Boettcher

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Chapter 11What's Next: Reflecting and Looking Forward

THIS CHAPTER IS similar to a course wrap for your students. By now you've completed your review and grading of all the students' work, turned in the grades, and are probably ready for a day or two off. Do take the time to reward yourself for taking on a new challenge and making it work.

After completing an online course and relaxing and rejoicing in your new skill set, it is wise to reflect and debrief yourself. The best time to do this is while the experience is still fresh.

You want to review what worked well, what may not have worked so well, and any possible surprises that you encountered. If you will be teaching this course again, now is also the time to plan revisions, possibly using ...

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