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H: Hands on presence in the online classroom minimizes your students’ frustration and maximizes learning.
U: Utilize relevant student-centered technology that engages your students proactively.
M: Model the online classroom behaviors you desire from your students.
A: Address the unique needs of your asynchronous learners.
N: Navigation of your classroom is consistent, logical, and student focused.
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Online and Distance Education
Lane, Elizabeth and Webb, Tamara, "Bringing the Human Component to Your Online Classroom" (2013). Faculty Presentations. Book 2.