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Collaborative Learning Experiences in Online Instructional Design Courses
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Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Meeting,

Abstract

Few universities are currently offering an online course with collaborative learning component in Instructional Design. This study shared information on an on-going evaluation of online Instructional Design courses from 94 graduate students who have taken this course, hoping to find out the most effective way to deliver similar courses. This research focused on how effectively the instructor integrated various functions of Blackboard and other teaching and managing strategies into the online course. Findings on students' attitudes toward this course and strategies for building online collaborative learning communities from both the students' and instructor?s points of view were discussed and explored.

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Ku, H.Y., Lohr, L. & Cheng, Y.C. (2005). Collaborative Learning Experiences in Online Instructional Design Courses. Presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Meeting 2005. Retrieved August 17, 2019 from .

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