Instructional Technologies: Cognitive Aspects of Online Programs

Instructional Technologies: Cognitive Aspects of Online Programs

By: Paul Darbyshire (editor)Hardback

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Advances in technology are making online learning a reality, but there are still many questions that need to be answered. Can traditional university do a good job of teaching online? What are the roles of instructors? Administrators? Students? What class size is feasible/relevant/optimal? How should students be evaluated? It is necessary for educators and trainers to constantly enhance their understanding of the issues, trends and opportunities associated with the area and its related technologies and their impact on educational systems, programs and particularly, students. These questions and more are addressed in Instructional Technologies: Cognitive Aspects of Online Programs.

About Author

Paul Darbyshire is a Lecturer in the Department of Information Systems at Victoria University, Melbourne Australia. He lecturers in Object Oriented systems, C and Java programming, and has research interests in the application of Java and Web technologies to the support of teaching. His current research is into the use of the Web for university subject management and the use of Al techniques for the development of second generation Web-based teaching support software.


Developing a New Distance Learning Program in Business Technology, Web-Based Consumer Research Surveys, ICT Supported Learning, Action Alternatives and Solutions for a Market-Oriented Design of Web-Based Academic Offerings, A Generic Tutoring System, Developing Web-Based Computer Lab Through Terminal Services, Diversity and Needs in Web-Based Learning, Faculty and Student Perceptions on Interaction, Online Learning Quality and Student Satisfaction, A Case Study of IT Chargeback in a Government Agency, The Determinants of Web-based Instructional Systems Outcome and Satisfaction, Implementation of a Technology Plan in a High Poverty School, Content Presentation in a Four Factor E-Learning Model, Video Streaming Solutions for Web-Based E-Learning Courses, An E-Learning Designer's Experience with the Development, Deployment and Assessment of E-Learning, An Effective Course Author and Student Evaluation System, A Method for Implementing Distributed Learning Environments, The Emerging Profile of the On-Line Learner, Web-Based Multimedia Educational Application for the Teaching of Multimedia Content, Distance Learning as a Tool to Support Classroom Based Learning, Operational Procedures for E-Learning Courses

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781591402374
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 350
  • ID: 9781591402374
  • ISBN10: 1591402379

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