Managing E-learning: Design, Delivery, Implementation, and Evaluation

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Badrul Huda Khan
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2005 - Education - 424 pages
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Managing E-Learning Strategies: Design, Delivery, Implementation and Evaluation provides readers with a broad understanding of the emerging field of e-learning and also advises readers on the issues that are critical to the success of a meaningful e-learning environment. It walks you through the various factors critical to developing, evaluating and implementing e-learning. Throughout the book critical e-learning factors are presented as questions that readers can ask themselves when planning, designing, evaluating and implementing e-learning modules, courses and programs. Managing E-Learning Strategies: Design, Delivery, Implementation and Evaluation not only introduces the important issues in e-learning, but can be used as a workbook to design, develop and implement e-learning in academic, corporate, government and other settings.
 

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Contents

Endnotes
215
Endnote
292
ETHICAL ISSUES
293
Social and Political Influence
294
Cultural Diversity
295
Bias
297
Learner Diversity
298
Digital Divide
300

Administrative Affairs
24
Academic Affairs
34
Student Services
40
Question to Consider
45
References
46
Institutional Checklist
48
MANAGEMENT ISSUES
104
People Process and Product P3 Continuum in ELearning
105
Management Team
109
Managing ELearning
114
Question to Consider
129
Management Checklist
131
TECHNOLOGICAL ISSUES
154
Hardware
159
Questions to Consider
161
References
162
Endnotes
163
Endnotes
180
PEDAGOGICAL ISSUES
181
Content Analysis
182
Audience Analysis
183
Goal Analysis
185
Design Approach
186
Organization
187
Blending Strategies
200
Building Effective Blended Learning Programs
201
Applying the Octagonal Framework to Blended Learning
209
Conclusion
210
References
211
Etiquette
301
Legal Issues
303
Question to Consider
308
Ethical Checklist
310
INTERFACE DESIGN ISSUES
325
Page and Site Design
327
Content Design
328
Accessibility
329
Usability Testing
330
Question to Consider
331
Interface Design Checklist
333
RESOURCE SUPPORT ISSUES
352
Resources
355
Question to Consider
357
Activity
358
Resource Support Checklist
360
EVALUATION ISSUES
379
Evaluation of ELearning Content Development Process
380
Evaluation of ELearning Environment
381
Evaluation of ELearning at the Program and Institutional Levels
385
Question to Consider
387
References
388
Evaluation Checklist
389
Activities
413
Reference
418
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
419
INDEX
422
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