Collaborative Reflective Practice: An Instructional Design Architecture for the Internet
Distance Education Volume 18, Number 2, ISSN 0158-7919
Outlines and discusses the design and evaluation of a University of Southern Queensland (Australia) graduate study program in open- and distance learning, accessible exclusively via the Internet. Highlights instruction versus facilitation, learning environment, computer-mediated communication, student projects, and practice-based reflection in a computer-supported collaborative-learning environment. Includes student- and project-team evaluation questionnaires. (PEN)
Naidu, S. (1997). Collaborative Reflective Practice: An Instructional Design Architecture for the Internet. Distance Education, 18(2), 257.
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