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Developing Instructional Materials for Distance Education: A "Concerns-Based" Approach
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Canadian Journal of Educational Communication Volume 17, Number 3,

Abstract

Reviews common approaches to instructional materials development used at distance education institutions with the team approach considered in some detail. Management of the team is emphasized, the process of change is discussed, and a model for adopting educational innovations--the Concerns Based Adoption Model--is explained. (12 references) (Author/LRW)

Citation

Naidu, S. (1988). Developing Instructional Materials for Distance Education: A "Concerns-Based" Approach. Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 17(3), 167. Retrieved June 16, 2019 from .

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