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Describing ICT-based learning designs that promote quality learning outcomes

Oliver R, Harper B, Wills S, Agostinho S, Hedberg J ...see all

Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age. Designing and delivering e-learning (2007) p. 64–80 Published by Routledge

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This chapter uses a grounded approach to describe a framework by which various forms of learning design can be described. The framework was developed from the work of Jonassen (2000) and formed the basis of learning designs selected for inclusion in the Australian University Teaching Committee (AUTC) project: Information and Communication Technologies and Their Role in Flexible Learning. The chapter showcases examples of the various types of learning design in the framework, and demonstrates the forms of learning environment described by each.

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  • Ron Oliver

  • Barry Harper

  • Sandra Wills

  • Shirley Agostinho

  • Joh Hedberg

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