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A Designer’s Log

Case Studies in Instructional Design

Books and articles on instructional design in online learning abound but rarely do we get such a comprehensive picture of what instructional designers do, how they do it, and the problems they solve as their university changes. Power documents the emergence of an adapted instructional design model for transforming courses from single-mode to dual-mode instruction, making this designer’s log a unique contribution to the field of online learning.

184 pages


Table of Contents

Foreword

Preface

Introduction

The Case Studies

Case Study 1: Walking the Walk

Case Study 2: Beating the Clock

Case Study 3: Experiencing a Eureka! Moment

Case Study 4: Getting Off to a Good Start

Case Study 5: Getting from A to B

Case Study 6: I Did It My Way

Case Study 7: Let's Shake to That!

Case Study 8: Managing Volume

Case Study 9: I and Thou

Case Study 10: Integrating Technology

Synthesis and Final Prototype

Conclusion

Epilogue

Bibliography

Appendices

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