This course has been developed with Flower Darby, faculty, author and speaker, USA. For more information on it and to get started go to the first lesson, Welcome to the course. The contents of the course are listed below. It includes a number of short videos and should take around 20 minutes to complete. When completed you will:
- Have a better understanding of building a sense of community online.
- Be more aware of how to overcome the challenges of building an effective community online to support students learning.
- Be able to apply practical suggestions to help you create new ways of building a sense of community online.
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