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Computer-based instructional systems design tools: Current state and implications for the future
DISSERTATION

, University of Central Florida, United States

University of Central Florida . Awarded

Abstract

This study examines the current state of computer-based instructional systems design (ISD) tools and outlines its implications for the future. The study utilizes the grounded theory methodology to capture and document modern instructional designers' perspectives regarding the current state of ISD tools, the issues associated with them, and their interrelationships. The study also presents a framework for classifying modern ISD tools and a conceptual prototype of a designer-oriented system of computer-based ISD tools.

Citation

Andrews, A.A. Computer-based instructional systems design tools: Current state and implications for the future. Ph.D. thesis, University of Central Florida. Retrieved June 17, 2019 from .

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