The Impact of Inherent Instructional Design in Online Courseware
Quarterly Review of Distance Education Volume 2, Number 1, ISSN 1528-3518
Examines how the use of server-based courseware development solutions affects the instructional design process when creating online distance education. Highlights include pedagogical, visual interface (e.g., visual metaphor and navigation layout), interaction, and instructional design implications of online courseware. (Contains 54 references.) (MES)
Harvey, D.M. & Lee, J. (2001). The Impact of Inherent Instructional Design in Online Courseware. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 2(1), 35-48.
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