The Onliners

Do-type activities transform information into a skill set and put brains into action. They include practice and discovery activities and games and simulations. Do-type activities are the second type of activities outlined by William Horton in his book E-learning by Design. Join Regina for the second episode of her three-part series on the types of learning activities for your online class.
• Horton, W. (2011). E-learning by design. (2nd ed. San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer.
• Karla Gutierrez (2015) How Storytelling Can Improve Your eLearning Courses
• Zambito A. (2018) Why Storytelling Works In eLearning Retrieved from:

Show Notes

What is The Onliners?

The Onliners podcast dives deep into the exciting world of online learning. Join online education professionals Keirsten and Kodi as they share stories and tips about e-learning topics such as supporting students, providing feedback, using discussion forums effectively, and more. Not only will you find resources to develop your knowledge and skills as you listen, but you'll also find a community for other online educators just like you!