EDT623 Web-based Instruction
Lead Faculty: Dr. Everett George Beckwith
An overview of key concepts and principles that drive the design of effective web-based instruction, including evaluation, instructional approaches, learning sequences, interactive learning, assessment, collaboration, learner motivation, technical requirements, and supplemental learning options. Handson
experience with design/editing systems including HTML and DHTML¿utilizing Dreamweaver.
- Understand the historical context and the business/educational needs that drive web based instruction efforts.
- Understand the administration and management processes involved in developing and implementing a web based instruction program.
- Understand the issues and processes involved in assessing learning outcomes with web based instruction.
- Understand the issues involved in evaluating the effectiveness of web based instruction programs.
- Think analytically about business and instructional problems and identify appropriate learning objectives for them.
- Analyze and describe the subordinate and coordinate relationships among the knowledge, skills, and/or tasks encompassed by a set of instructional goals and objectives.
- Select appropriate media and define web based instruction activities and experiences to match business needs and learning objectives.