Judith V. Boettcher
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Judith V. Boettcher

May 2020 Note: The Survival Guide for Teaching Online is back in stock on Amazon. Reminder, it is also available as ebook or audio. Also check web site Library of eCoaching Tips at http://designingforlearning.info/ecoachingtips/. Judith Boettcher has a Ph.D. in education and cognitive psychology from the University of Minnesota and an MA in English from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI. She enjoys thinking and working at the intersection of technology, instructional design and online learning. She has worked in faculty development at Penn State University, Florida State, the University of Florida, and Duquesne University. She is a well known writer and speaker on faculty development in the areas of technology and pedagogy. Judith is the lead author of the two editions of A Faculty Guide for Moving Teaching and Learning to the Web, and two editions of the Survival Guide for Teaching Online, an editor of two editions of the Distance Learning Encyclopedia, and author of numerous columns and articles for higher education publications. Her website at www.designingforlearning.info also has seminal articles previously published in journals and higher education publications. You can also check out the posts, resources in her Thoughts on Teaching blog at http://designingforlearning.info/tips/. One of the posts in an interview with Judith on DEVELOPING METACOGNITION: “TEA FOR TEACHING” AUDIO EPISODE from Sept 30 2019 at http://designingforlearning.info/developing-metacognition-tea-for-teaching-audio-episode/ Note: The 2016 edition of a Survival Guide for Teaching Online is an excellent resource for anyone needing to move online.

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