e-Learning: A Programmatic Research Construct for the Future
Edward L. Meyen, Ron Aust, John M. Gauch, H Scott Hinton, Robert E. Isaacson, Sean J. Smith, Meng Yew Tee
Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 17, Number 3, ISSN 0162-6434
This article addresses the need for a conceptual approach to researching, e-learning instructional design and the technologies employed as a basis for e-learning. A programmatic research construct is offered for building a conceptual model. Three categories of variables are considered in building the construct: outcome, in situ, and independent variables. (Contains references.) (Author/CR)
Meyen, E.L., Aust, R., Gauch, J.M., Hinton, H.S., Isaacson, R.E., Smith, S.J. & Tee, M.Y. (2002). e-Learning: A Programmatic Research Construct for the Future. Journal of Special Education Technology, 17(3), 37-46.
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