Instructional Technologies: Cognitive Aspects of Online Programs

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Paul Darbyshire
IGI Global, 2005 - Computers - 274 pages
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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.

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