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Language of Text,Soundtrack etc.:English
Record identifier:886
national bibliography number:26
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility:T. A. Weerasinghe
Title and statement of responsibility and:Designing Online Learning Environments for Distance Learning\ Weerasinghe, T. A. Ramberg, R. Hewagamage, K. P.
Summary or Abstract:The design of an online learning environment (OLE) and its content of a distance educational programme can be considered as a major factor in success or failure of the learning environment and the respective learning programme. Therefore, the role of the instructional designers who design online learning environments for distance learning programmes has become demanding. To support instructional designers to be effective, they are provided with instructional design guidelines. However, most of these guidelines are not specific and not easily applicable. Therefore, we were motivated to create sets of icable instructional design guidelines that were easy to follow. We selected an OLE which was already reported as successful in achieving learning effectiveness and student satisfaction. We gathered students’ experiences using the OLE for their studies and analysed the data to find what design components of the OLE led to learner satisfaction, what design strategies and features for learning content led to the learning effectiveness, and whether there was a relationship between students’ learning style preferences and learning design preferences. The findings of the data analysis were presented in a form of instructional design guidelines for instructional designers designing online learning materials for novice online learners following distance learning programmes on computer applications and information technology.
Topical Name Used as Subject:Elearning
Personal Name - Alternative Intelectual Responsibility:R. Ramberg
K. P. Hewagamage