Forsyth, Rachel (2005) Designing interactive online learning environments. ISSN 0971-2690Full text not available from this repository.
Educational institutions all over the world are adopting online learning strategies. This mode of delivery is seen to be a way of dealing with diverse learner populations, increased building costs, overcrowding and/or stressed teaching staff. Whatever the motivation, it tends to leave the teaching staff to deal with the consequences of the strategy: the need to change the ways in which they interact with learners at a distance. This paper takes a practical look at the ways teachers can build interaction into the online learning environment, and considers how best practice from distance education and the traditional face-to-face learning environment can be combined to improve the student experience.
|Additional Information:||Citation: Indian journal of open learning, 2005.|
|Divisions:||Central Departments > Centre for Learning and Teaching (CeLT)|
|Date Deposited:||16 Jun 2008 08:31|
|Last Modified:||20 Jul 2016 01:15|
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