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A Model for Online Instruction and Faculty Assessment

A Model for Online Instruction and Faculty Assessment
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Author(s): Michael Thomas Shaw (SilkWeb Consulting & Development, USA) and Thomas M. Schmidt (University of Phoenix, USA)
Copyright: 2010
Pages: 12
Source title: ICTs for Modern Educational and Instructional Advancement: New Approaches to Teaching
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Lawrence A. Tomei (Robert Morris University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-936-6.ch002


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Differing methods of course development can lead to widely varying results. The University of Phoenix develops courses for both on-campus and on-line (e-learning) delivery, using electronic collaboration as well as in-person teamings. Course developers at the University rigorously measure feedback about course materials, and revise courses based on learners’ input. This paper describes a model for developing and delivering e-learning doctoral-level curricula based on current research and a learner needs analyses. Suggestions for further improvements and surprising results about the most effective method for deriving E-learning materials are explored.

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