How To Design a Virtual Classroom: 10 Easy Steps To Follow
T.H.E. Journal Volume 27, Number 2, ISSN 0192-592X
Lists steps to follow when planning a course online: assess needs and necessary conditions to satisfy them; estimate development cost, effort, and implications; plan the virtual classroom; design the virtual classroom; prepare and distribute contents; enable communication; implement online student assessment methods; implement class management procedures; set up the system; and maintain and update the virtual classroom. (AEF)
Hsu, S., Marques, O., Hamza, M.K. & Alhalabi, B. (1999). How To Design a Virtual Classroom: 10 Easy Steps To Follow. T.H.E. Journal, 27(2), 96-98.
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