Before beginning the online master's program with Fresno Pacific University, I did not have any solid experience with online courses and therefore did not think about the personal web presence (PWP) of my educators. I had of course had this thought growing up in other realms and always did my best to keep my own PWP as professional and age appropriate as possible. In my experience I feel as though in order for a PWP to clearly define and represent an educator, the responsibilities and expectations of the educator should be clearly defined. Thus far in my educators that have done so, I have found this to be very helpful and I like that I feel as though their PWP is powerful enough that even though the course is online, they have established themselves in a manner just as if the course were taking place in a classroom. One of my educators in particular put forth expectations and lectures with conversational bits that made their PWP feel more personable. I cannot think of any improvements at this time for the educators PWP and do not feel as though there are any gaps in the course design that wouldn't have the possibility to exist in a classroom. I felt as though this educator has represented themselves on the web in a very professional and personable manner which I feel more comfortable adjusting to as a student, especially as a student that is new to online courses. I feel as though the educator's PWP is mostly professional as that is the scope that I observe it in with some exception to being personal when communication can take place, but I feel as though they do have an appropriate balance. A features of this educator's PWP that I would copy is that fact that they encourage their students to "be human" and to make mistakes and in doing this, I feel as though some of the pressure is relieved to have the perfect PWP. It is hard to say which features of the PWP that I would change and I don't think that this is a question that I can truly answer until I practice this skill for myself.