|Driscoll, Margaret / Carliner, Saul|
Advanced Web-Based Training Strategies
Unlocking Instructionally Sound Online Learning
1. Edition May 2005
2005. 500 Pages, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-7879-6979-0 - John Wiley & Sons
E-Books are also available on all known E-Book shops.
Advanced Web-based Training Strategies features twenty Web-based training (WBT) instructional strategies and methods that are clearly defined and illustrated. It explains the benefits and limitations of each strategy and discusses the nuts-and-bolts implementation. Specific aspects of elearning are addressed, including excellent introductions, awesome objectives, new twists for otherwise tired lectures, breathtaking visual presentations, successful storytelling, meaningful games and simulations, alternative teaching and learning models, and more.
From the contents
Figures and Tables.
Introduction: Getting the Most from This Resource.
PART I: FOUNDATIONS.
Chapter 1: Using a Problem-Based Approach to Designing e-Learning.
Chapter 2: Philosophies and Theories Guiding the Design of e-Learning.
PART II: PORTFOLIO OF DESIGN AND CURRICULUM STRATEGIES.
Chapter 3: Storytelling and Contextually Based Approaches to Needs Assessment, Design, and Formative Evaluation.
Chapter 4: Blended Learning as a Curriculum Design Strategy.
Chapter 5: Informal Learning.
PART III: PORTFOLIO OF HIGH-LEVEL DESIGN STRATEGIES.
Chapter 6: Simulations.
Chapter 7: e-Mentoring and e-Coaching.
Chapter 8: m-Learning.
Chapter 9: Live Virtual Classroom.
PART IV: PORTFOLIO OF DETAILED DESIGN STRATEGIES.
Chapter 10: Openings and Closings.
Chapter 11: Exposition Techniques for Writing e-Learning Content.
Chapter 12: Interaction.
Chapter 13:Visual Communication Techniques.
PART V: CLOSING.
Chapter 14: Seeking Ideas Outside the Norm.
Appendix A: Rubric for Assessing Interactive Qualities of Distance Learning Courses.
Appendix B: Websites for Training Professionals.
Appendix C: Professional Organizations.
About the Authors.