Examining Instructional Design and Development of a Web-Based Course: A Case Study

Examining Instructional Design and Development of a Web-Based Course: A Case Study

Bude Su (Indiana University, USA)
Copyright: © 2005 |Pages: 15
DOI: 10.4018/jdet.2005100106
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Abstract

This paper describes the design and development process of adapting computer mediated learning from a residential course to a World Wide Web-based course offered in the distance master’s degree program in Instructional Systems Technology at a large Midwestern university. A description of the Web-based course, findings regarding the adaptation process, the major changes in course components, student reactions to the Web-based course features, and its implications for designing and developing Web-based courses are discussed. Through examining the instructional design and development process of this graduate course, the researcher provides useful references for instructors who need to teach a Web-based course in the future.

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