The lack of online math courses has become a serious bottleneck for students who need or want to earn their degrees entirely online. During this panel discussion, attendees will hear how their faculty colleagues at other California colleges have designed, developed, and delivered math courses fully online (or partially online with proctoring). Best practices will be offered and challenges will be noted, along with potential solutions (e.g., use of OER materials and alternatives for remote F2F proctoring of exams). I will moderate the discussion with three faculty panelists who teach online transferable math courses.
• Describe how the addition of online math courses will help more students complete their degrees and more quickly.
• Design and develop math courses for effective online delivery.
• Deliver online math courses for most effective learning and student engagement.
NASH – Online Course Development Math