Online learning is not a new concept anymore, and many organizations in the United States have increased to implement online learning over decades. However, I recently realized that some of us as curriculum developers still make the same mistakes we did in the early 2000s when designing and developing online courses. Therefore, it’s good for us to think back on why we failed online learning in the past and reflect on what we learned from it.
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Kong, J. (2016). Let’s Look Back: Why We Failed Online Learning in the Early 2000s. Retrieved from https://fuse.franklin.edu/i4blog/7