Applying the Seven Principles of Good Practice: Technology as a Lever - in an Online Research Course

Sherryl Johnson
Albany State University


This article provides an overview of the seven principles of good practice with emphasis on the implementation of technology in an online healthcare research class in a southwest Georgia (United States) university. The seven principles are outlined using various elements of the online course. Historical and philosophical reasoning are applied to the practices of good teaching for optimal student benefit.

About the Author(s)...

Sherryl W. Johnson is a professor in the College of Business, Management: Healthcare Administration Program, at Albany State University, Albany, Georgia. She has research interests in health promotion and learning technologies. She has taught in a variety of online formats including: Desire2Learn, Moodle, WebCT Vista, Blackboard, and WebCT. Sherryl can be contacted at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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