What are your top 5 strategies for effective online facilitation?

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    What are your top 5 strategies for facilitating online social interactions for learning?

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    Acknowledge contributions of participants7

    Be seen but not dominate6

    Incorporate learning resources and collaborative tools in a range of modes, not just text5

    Draw on diversity and commonalities within a group to encourage sharing of perpsective5

    Mindful pacing of discussion, knowing when to take a back seat and when to lead4

    Choose and contextualise online tools to best suit the learners and the content3

    Establish and model guidelines for collaboration (groundrules), which aid in building trust3

    Promote and model sharing of relevant resources3

    Demonstrate a writing style that is open, encouraging, respectful, and concise3

    Spark debates with challenging questions3

    Link contributions to create summaries of ideas leading to construction of knowledge2

    Address technological issues promptly and effectively2

    Establish informal forums for communication and building shared identity2

    Incorporate 'benches' for people to participate on the periphery1

    Design processes for participants to establish their online identity1

    Establish and maintain their own online identity0

    Notice patterns in group interactions and brings this to the group for exploration0

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