Designing Computer-based Learning Materials (Hardback)Alan Clarke (author)
Hardback Published: 18/10/2001
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This text explores the principles of adult learning, and relates to the potential, features and impact of computer-based learning. This is not a "how to" book, but rather one seeking to help you understand the different elements which go into computer-based learning. The range of computer-based learning materials reflects the variety of learners that use them and the purposes they are used for; the different learning environments that are available to people; the different subjects that they wish to learn and the level to which they wish to take them. In the face of such a complex task, involving so many factors and variables, it is essential that the learning designer understands what is involved and uses a rigorous process for envisioning, planning, designing, implementing and testing their solution. This is a book about learning design and not about software production and, as such, it should provide any aspiring designers with the fundamentals of producing the highly motivating learning experience.
Publisher: Gower Publishing Ltd
Weight: 567 g
Dimensions: 177 x 249 mm
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