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Building Effective Online Instruction through Modular Design
Online Forums 2008 - June 27, 2008
Eastern Kentucky University
Managing e-Learning content can be very time consuming, and it is especially difficult if the content is not well organized in a logical and consistent sequence for the learners to follow. Modular design is one method of building Web-supported instruction that allows the instructor the flexibility of developing re-useable instructional units, while at the same time reducing student confusion and uncertainty of knowing where to go to access information and participate in the course.
Participants in this session will learn how one university recommends building effective and re-useable online instructional content through the use of modular design. The concept of modular design is well received by students overall; they are pleased with organized units of instruction, and they report that their learning experience was improved through the use of modules.
In this session, you will learn:
- A summative definition of Modular Design
- How to set up an Introductory Module for online or Web-supported courses
- How to set up Content Modular Instruction
- The current research that supports Modular Instruction for Web-supported courses
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