Tips from the Pros: Ideas for Creating Engaging Discussion Boards

At the University of Wisconsin's Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, Francesca Catalano, associate professor and faculty director of STEM at the American Public University System, offered several ways to engage students in the discussion board.

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At the University of Wisconsin's Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, Francesca Catalano, associate professor and faculty director of STEM at the American Public University System, offered the following ways to engage students in the discussion board: