Web-Based Learning Design, Implementation, and Evaluation

ISBN-10: 0130814253

ISBN-13: 9780130814258

Edition: 2006

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Description: Using an instructional-design framework and a practical approach, Web-Based Learning: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation helps you design effective Web courses, create a community of Web-based learners, and implement and evaluate Web-based instruction. Book jacket.

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List price: $106.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/16/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 416
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.452
Language: English

Introduction to Web-Based Learning, Communities, and Instructional Design
Overview of Web-Based Instruction, Web-Based Learning Environments, and Web-Based Learning Communities
Objectives
Introduction
Education and Training Delivered on the Web
On Your Own
Defining Web-Based Instruction
Overview of Distance Education
On Your Own
Is WBI Right for You? Advantages and Disadvantages of WBI
On Your Own
Web-Based Learning Environment and Community
On Your Own
Types of Online Instruction
On Your Own
Current, Emerging, and Merging Technology for WBI
On Your Own
Are You Right for WBI? Examining Stakeholder Roles, Responsibilities, and Challenges
On Your Own
Wrapping Up
Expanding Your Expertise
Foundations of Web-Based Instructional Design
Objectives
Introduction
An Overview of Learning Theories
An Integrated, Multitheoretical Approach to Learning
On Your Own
An Overview of Systems Theory
An Overview of Communication Theory
On Your Own
Instructional Design Models
On Your Own
An Overview of the Web-Based Instructional Design (WBID) Model
On Your Own
Meet the Players
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Wrapping Up
Expanding Your Expertise
Extending Your Skills
PK-12 Schools
Business and Industry
Military
Higher Education
The WBID Model for Creating a Web-Based Community of Learners
Analysis: Considering Outcomes, Context, and Learners
Objectives
Introduction
Purposes of Analysis
Problem Analysis
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Analyzing Components of the Instructional Situation
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Wrapping Up
Expanding Your Expertise
Extending Your Skills
PK-12 Schools
Business and Industry
Military
Higher Education
Analysis: Considering Instructional Content for Web-Based Instruction
Objectives
Introduction
Developing a Learning Task Map
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Finalizing the Instructional Goal Statement
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Implications for the Design and Delivery of WBI
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Wrapping Up
Expanding Your Expertise
Extending Your Skills
PK-12 Schools
Business and Industry
Military
Higher Education
Planning the Evaluation of Web-Based Instruction
Objectives
Introduction
GardenScapes
On Your Own
General Evaluation Orientations
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Two Basic Types of Evaluation Used in WBI
Differences Between the WBID Model and Traditional ID Models
Formative Evaluation Plan: Detailing Its Purposes
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Formative Evaluation Plan: Detailing the Main Steps
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Communicating Formative Evaluation Results
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Preliminary Planning of Summative Evaluation
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Wrapping Up
Expanding Your Expertise
Extending Your Skills
PK-12 Schools
Business and Industry
Military
Higher Education
Concurrent Design: WBI Preplanning and Design Tasks
Objectives
Introduction
WBI Preplanning Tasks
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Essential Design Tasks
Writing Objectives
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Writing Assessment Items
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Clustering the Objectives
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Wrapping Up
Expanding Your Expertise
Extending Your Skills
PK-12 Schools
Business and Industry
Military
Higher Education
Concurrent Design: Instructional and Motivational Strategy Planning
Objectives
Introduction
Conceptual Framework of the WBID Model
Instructional Strategies for WBI
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Motivational Strategies for WBI
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Other Factors to Consider for WBI Design
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Media Selection for WBI
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Wrapping Up
Expanding Your Expertise
Extending Your Skills
PK-12 Schools
Business and Industry
Military
Higher Education
Concurrent Design: Putting Design Plans into Development Action
Objectives
Introduction
Applying Message and Visual Design to WBI
GardenScapes
On Your Own
The Interface
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Flowcharting
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Storyboarding
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Creating Web Pages and the Website
Technical Issues Associated with Website Development
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Formative Evaluation and WBI Development
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Wrapping Up
Expanding Your Expertise
Extending Your Skills
PK-12 Schools
Business and Industry
Military
Higher Education
Implementation and Evaluation of Web-Based Instruction
Implementation: Establishing a Sense of Community
Objectives
Introduction
Understanding Teaching and Learning in an Online Environment
Implementation: Preplanning activities
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Final Preparations for Implementation
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Early Events in WBI Implementation
Implementation: Facilitation and Management
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Wrapping Up
Expanding Your Expertise
Extending Your Skills
PK-12 Schools
Business and Industry
Military
Higher Education
Conducting Summative Evaluation and Research: The Final Stage
Objectives
Introduction
Summative Evaluation Planning: Detailing the Purposes
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Summative Evaluation Planning: Detailing the Main Steps
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
GardenScapes
On Your Own
Wrapping Up
Expanding Your Expertise
Extending Your Skills
K-12 Schools
Business and Industry
Military
Higher Education
Methods and Tools for Gathering Data and Information
Introduction
WBI Data Gathering with Surveys
Types of Questions
Questionnaires
Interviews
WBI Data Gathering through Observation
Methods of Observation
Benefits of Using Observations
Drawbacks of Using Observations
WBI Data Gathering through Extant Data Collection
Benefits of Using Extant Data
Drawbacks of Using Extant Data
WBI Data Gathering with Expert and End-User Reviews
Subject Matter Expert Reviews
Instructional Design Expert Reviews
Technical Expert Reviews
End-User Reviews
Benefits of Using Reviews
Drawbacks of Using Reviews
WBI Data Gathering through Evaluative Studies
Benchmarking
Self-Study
Case Studies
Experimental-Control Group Studies
Pre- and Posttest Design
Benefits of Evaluative Studies
Drawback of Evaluative Studies
WBI Data Gathering with Cost-Effectiveness Studies
Benefits of Cost-Effectiveness Studies
Drawbacks of Cost-Effectiveness Studies
Summary
Further Design Considerations for WBI
Navigation and Learner Control Design
Random Design
Structured Designs
Selecting an Appropriate Design
Message Design
Flowcharts
Storyboards
Style Guides
System Management During Implementation
Learning Content Management Systems
Implementation Considerations: Communicating in Writing
Summary
Glossary
References
Index
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