Über den Autor
Franklin R. Koontz has been engaged in distance learning for 36 years, first as an instructional television producer and director and then as a professor of educational technology. He has conducted studies concerning distance learning and given national presentations on the subject. Koontz is professor emeritus of educational technology at the University of Toledo in Ohio. Hongqin Li is an assistant professor of educational technology, at the School of Graduate and Professional Studies, at Lourdes College, Sylvania, Ohio. Daniel Compora is an English professor at the University of Toledo, Ohio, who has worked extensively in computer-based environments and has published research in distance learning.
Part 1 Part 1: Theory and Research Chapter 2 Online Instructional Design: What Is It? Chapter 3 Learning Theory Chapter 4 Distance Learning Research Findings Part 5 Part 2: The ASSIST-Me Model for Web-Based Instruction Chapter 6 Step 1: Analyze Instruction, Settings, and Students Chapter 7 Step 2: State Performance Objectives for E-Learning Chapter 8 Step 3: Select Instructional Materials, Organize Content, and Media Chapter 9 Step 4: Implement Instruction Chapter 10 Step 5: Solicit Student Response to Instruction Chapter 11 Step 6: Test, Evaluate, and Revise Instruction Chapter 12 Step 7: Maintenance of an Online Course
This book introduces the ASSIST-ME Model, an instructional design model for web-based instruction and gives a step-by-step procedure that explains how online instruction may be designed.