E-learning QUICK Checklist

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Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2005 - Education - 213 pages
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Annotation E-Learning QUICK Checklist walks readers through the various factors important to developing, evaluating and implementing an open, flexible and distributed learning environment. This book is designed as a quick checklist for e-learning. It contains many practical items that the reader can use as review criteria to check if e-learning modules, courses and programs provide the level of services that learners (or consumers) should expect. Items in the checklist encompass critical dimensions of e-learning environment, including; pedagogical, technological, interface design, evaluation, management, resource support, ethical, and institutional. Throughout the E-Learning QUICK Checklist, various critical e-learning and blended-learning factors are presented as questions or items that you can ask yourself when planning, designing, evaluating and implementing e-learning and/or blended-learning modules, courses and programs.
 

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Needs Assessment
2
Infrastructure Readiness
3
Cultural Readiness
8
Content Readiness
9
Diffusion and Adoption
10
Implementation
11
Budgeting and Return on Investment
12
Partnership with Other Institutions
13
Hardware
77
Software
80
PEDAGOGICAL
85
Content Analysis
86
Audience Analysis
88
Goal Analysis
91
Media Analysis
94
Design Approach
95

Program and Course Information Catalogue
14
Academic Calendar and Course Schedule
16
Tuition and Fees
17
Marketing and Recruitment
19
Admissions
21
Financial Aid
22
Registration and Payment
23
Information Technology Services
26
Instructional Design and Media Services
27
Transcripts and Grades
29
Accreditation
30
Faculty and Staff Support
33
Workload Class Size and Compensation
38
Intellectual Property Rights
39
Preenrollment Services
40
Faculty and Staff Directories
43
Learning Skills Development
45
Tutorial Services
46
Mediation and Conflict Resolution
47
Internship and Employment Services
48
MANAGEMENT
49
People
50
Management Team
53
Managing Content Development Process
58
Managing Delivery and Maintenance
60
TECHNOLOGICAL
71
Infrastructure Planning
72
Organization
97
Learning Strategies
98
ETHICAL
145
Social and Political Influence
146
Bias
149
Geographical Diversity
150
Learner Diversity
151
Digital Divide
152
Etiquette
153
INTERFACE DESIGN
157
Page and Site Design
158
Content Design
162
Navigation
164
Accessibility
170
Usability Testing
171
RESOURCE SUPPORT
173
Online Support
174
Online Resources
180
Offline Resources
187
EVALUATION
189
Evaluation of the ELearning Content Development Process
190
Evaluation of the ELearning Environment
194
Evaluation of ELearning at the Program and Institutional Levels
196
Assessment of Learners
200
About the Author
214
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