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Product Description EDU Week 5 Discussion 1 Seeking Assistance This discussion forum explores the value of recognizing when you, as an online instructor, feel that you might need assistance while working in an online learning environment and how to go about getting assistance.
Next, describe two areas in which you, as an online instructor feel you might need the help or support of others. Give concrete examples of the specific needs you have identified.
Then provide a resource where you can find help or a solution to each need. Examples might include technical assistance with your course Learning Management System LMSsupport for converting face to face activities to the online environment such as group work or peer evaluation, or you may wish to find help in coaching students on their writing skills or plagiarism.
Resources may be in the form of fellow faculty or peers, campus supports, technical support hotlines or even LMS or YouTube tutorials.
In your initial post, detail two areas of need. For each area, imagine and describe a situation that may come up in your online class. Describe a plan of action for addressing each one. Include steps you will take in responding or communicating with students, how you will reach out for help, the type of support you expect to receive from that resource, and how you would implement it to resolve the issue.
Include links to your key support resource, if possible, or to additional resources that can help you with each of the two scenarios you have created. For full points, provide at least three substantive responses to your peers that expand upon or further their ideas.
A substantive response to your instructor counts as a peer response. Include the URL or information for accessing the reference at the end of your posting so that others may visit the source if they wish.
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