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THE PROFILE OF A SUCCESSFUL ONLINE LEARNER (Nancy Armstrong) EC&I 834 by Mind Map: THE PROFILE OF A SUCCESSFUL ONLINE LEARNER (Nancy Armstrong) EC&I 834
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THE PROFILE OF A SUCCESSFUL ONLINE LEARNER (Nancy Armstrong) EC&I 834

Skills

Technical

From the article: "Is Online Learning Right for Me?"

Keyboarding

Internet Searching

Software

Language

From the article: "Is Online Learning Right for Me?"

Written

Oral

Reading Comprehension

Interpersonal

From the article: "Toward a Theory of Online Learning"

For group work

For discussion postings

Organizational

From the article: "The Online Learner: Characteristics and Pedagogical Implications"

Finish assignments on time or early

Acceptable Learning Styles

From the article: "How to Maximize Your Online Learning"

Active

Speaking, Written and verbal is required

Doing, Quizzes, surveys, etc.

Passive

Reading, Articles, websites, etc.

Listening, Audio tracks, online chats

Seeing, Videos, diagrams, charts

Characteristics

Self-Motivated

From the article:  "The Online Learner: Characteristics and Pedagogical Implications"

Self-starter

Self-disciplined

Goal-Oriented

From the article: "Strategies for Success - Online Learning"

Has a purpose for the learning

Locus of Control

From the article: "Is Online Learning Right for Me?"

Internal is best

Focused

From the article: "Is Online Learning Right for Me?"

Can ignore distractions

Changing

Online learners are now younger and more culturally diverse than in the past.

More culturally diverse

Younger

Heterogeneous

Tools

Hardware

Computer

Windows or Mac O/S

Connectivity

High Speed Internet

Reliable Internet

Software

Web Tools

Internet Search Software

Peripherals

Microphone

Speakers

Web Cam

Learner Strategies

From the article:  "Foundations of Educational Theory for Online Learning"

Behaviourist

From the article: "Foundations of Educational Theory for Online Learning"

Learn the facts

Know the expectations

Sequence is important

Cognitivist

From the article: "Foundations of Educational Theory for Online Learning"

Facilitate sensory intake

Link information to prior knowledge

Present information in a variety of modes

Constructivist

From the article: "Foundations of Educational Theory for Online Learning"

The why - higher level thinking

Learning in context

Different levels of interaction (self, instructor, peers...)

Group work