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Born in Zanzibar, Computerized in Provo, Utah: A Systematic Instructional Design Approach for Swahili CALL
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CALICO Journal Volume 27, Number 3, ISSN 0742-7778

Abstract

The development of online learning materials is a complex and expensive process that can benefit from the application of consistent and organized principles of instructional design. This article discusses the development at Brigham Young University of the online portion of a one-semester course in Swahili using the ADDIE Model (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation) as a source of organizing principles. It presents an overview of the year long process from start to finish: from the establishment of fundamental instructional design principles and the development of the scope and sequence, through in-country resource collection, and on to postproduction, which included audio and video editing and programming. (Contains 5 figures.)

Citation

Bush, M.D. (2010). Born in Zanzibar, Computerized in Provo, Utah: A Systematic Instructional Design Approach for Swahili CALL. CALICO Journal, 27(3), 505-516. Retrieved November 16, 2019 from .

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