Chapter published in USG Essays on Best Practices

As part of winning the 2019 USG Regents’ Teaching Excellence Award for Online Teaching, I was invited to write an essay for the USG’s faculty development book Engaged Student Learning: Essays on Best Practices in the University System of Georgia.

The article is now available in the published book. Titled “Creating Cadence: Fostering Persistent Engagement in Asynchronous Online Courses”, the essay focuses on the ways in which an asynchronous class can nonetheless develop the passive and natural sense of routine and structure that is implicitly present in many on-campus classes due to a synchronous schedule.

The full chapter can be seen at its dedicated page.