This chapter reviews the Internet-enabled tools available for delivering subject content, addressing learner questions, organising discussion and assessment in situations where face to face contact with learners is either not possible or not intended. The methodological approach used is based on qualitative meta-analysis aiming at providing a pathway for organising fully online-based teaching, while assessing the suitability of the technology-enabled teaching tools available. The findings indicate that it is possible to recommend well-rounded online teaching beyond the typical paradigm of an all-inclusive virtual learning environment typically based on Blackboard or Brightspace. Arguably, the use of a flexible set of technological tools for organising the learning environment can be more efficient in organising learner journeys, compared to the statistical approach of clicks provided by Blackboard or Brightspace. The value of this work is in its attempt to discuss an eclectic provision of established as well more recent small-scale technological advances in supporting online teaching rather than adopting a virtual learning environment based on a single fairly sophisticated platform.
|Title of host publication||Innovating in Teaching Enterprise, Business and Management in Higher Education: Best Practices in Times of Change|
|Subtitle of host publication||1 (Higher Education Practises and Perspectives)|
|Publication status||Published - 28 Jan 2021|
|Name||Higher Innovation Practices and Perspectives|