e-learning, distance learning, faculty development, online learning, on-demand, instructional design
Once again, our major goal is to provide faculty with consistent guidance through the many instructional decisions and design steps they need to pursue in this process. This process is a fantastic opportunity to craft a virtual learning space in which people can engaging in learning beyond the constraints of time and space.
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Ezine @rticles, submitted on February 11, 2010.
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King, Kathleen P., "Designing Successful Online Courses - Part 2" (2010). Leadership, Counseling, Adult, Career and Higher Education Faculty Publications. 2.
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