The Ten Keys to Quality Assurance and Assessment in Online Learning
Journal of Interactive Instruction Development Volume 13, Number 3, ISSN 1040-0370
Describes how the core principles of learning science lead to associated best practices in instructional design and how to translate those into practical applications in Web-based online courses. Topics include knowledge construction; student motivation; higher order learning; learning styles; experiential learning; cooperative and collaborative learning; prior learning; and spiral learning. (Author/LRW)
Alley, L.R. & Jansak, K.E. (2001). The Ten Keys to Quality Assurance and Assessment in Online Learning. Journal of Interactive Instruction Development, 13(3), 3-18.
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