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Course Developers as Students: A Designer Perspective of the Experience of Learning Online
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Association for Learning Technology Journal Volume 12, Number 2, ISSN 0968-7769

Abstract

Academic developers of online courses may not have experienced this mode of learning and teaching from the learner perspective. This article makes a comparison between suggestions for online course design from research literature and user perspectives from a focus group, responses to questions on the most and least effective aspects of online study and lasting impressions, and from reflective diaries kept by two of the authors while they were engaged in study from online courses. This direct evidence is used to highlight key issues in the literature from the viewpoint of the learner.

Citation

McAlpine, I., Koppi, T., McLean, J. & Pearson, E. (2004). Course Developers as Students: A Designer Perspective of the Experience of Learning Online. Association for Learning Technology Journal, 12(2), 147-162. Retrieved June 27, 2019 from .

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