Design of web-based courses for secondary students
Michael Barbour, University of Georgia
Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning Volume 9, Number 1, ISSN 1179-7665 e-ISSN 1179-7665 Publisher: Distance Education Association of New Zealand
This study considers the perceptions of course developers, teachers, and students on the characteristics of effective Web-based design for secondary school students. Through interviews and document analysis, the views of the participants on Web-based components, instructional strategies, and the effectiveness of both are investigated in a virtual high school context.
Barbour, M. (2005). Design of web-based courses for secondary students. Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning, 9(1), 27-36. Distance Education Association of New Zealand.
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