10 Resources for Using Regular & Substantive Interaction in Online Classes

Nov 4, 2021 8:00:00 AM

It's clear that more student engagement leads to better student outcomes. But knowing where to start - or how to improve - can be a challenge.

Our panelists shared a lot of helpful resources in the SymphonizED 2021, session Regular & Substantive Interaction: In Practice.

Thank you to Dr. Michael Patrick, Vice President of Academic Improvement at South College, Alexandra Salas, Dean of Innovative, Teaching, Digital Learning, Excellence & Educational Support Services at Delaware Community College, and Dr. Michelle Singh, Assistant Commissioner of Digital Learning at the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

We hope you find these resources helpful as you implement and improve regular and substantive interaction guidelines at your institution!

  1. WCET’s Best Interpretation of Current Guidance and Requirements
  2. Regular and Substantive Interaction: Background, Concerns, and Guiding Principles
  3. An Overview for Instructors of Online Courses at Everett Community College
  4. Mesa Community College’s Distance Education Definition Clarification
  5. Quality Matters Rubric
  6. The ISTE Standards for Educators
  7. Blackboard’s Guide to: Are Your Courses Exemplary?
  8. Resources and Support for the Online Educator: A Curated Collection from ISTE Books
  9. NC Sara’s Summary of the New RSI Guidelines
  10. NC Sara’s Proposed 21st Century Distance Education Guidelines

Want more? Download our guide, Navigating Regular and Substantive Interaction (RSI): An Online Instructor's Guide for six simple ways you can add RSI to your online courses immediately.

Navigating Regular and Substantive Interaction: An Online Instructor's Guide


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