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Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
Evaluation - E-Learning Courses
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Evaluation - E-Learning Courses

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This was an assignment for GMU's Innovations in Distance Learning. The assignments was to compare three online courses and provide a compare and contrast analysis.

This was an assignment for GMU's Innovations in Distance Learning. The assignments was to compare three online courses and provide a compare and contrast analysis.

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  • 1. EvaluationE-Learning Courses
    Bonnie Nortz
    EDIT 611
    February 14, 2009
  • 2. E-learning Course
    Carnegie Mellon University’s Open Learning Initiative (OLI)
    Statistics
    Stanford University’s iTunes U
    African-American History
    • Utah State University – Open Courseware
    • 3. Introduction to writing: Academic prose
  • Evaluation Criteria
    Nature of content/subject matter
    Mode of delivery
    Assessment and feedback
  • 4. Carnegie Melon University Open Learning Initiative (OLI)
    Content given in different formats.
    Relevant, easy to read visuals.
    Content is organized logically.
    Navigation bar is easy to use.
  • 5. OLI Continued…
    Allows learners to email pages/links.
    Assessment is build into the lesson.
    Interactivity ensures understanding of concepts.
  • 6. OLI Screen Shots
    Sample of visuals display
    Outline of course content
  • 7. Critique
    Limited communication: students and student/instructor.
    Disadvantage for student-to-student interaction.
    OLI: excellent computer assessment interaction.
  • 8. Stanford University iTunes U
    Online lecture series on iTunes U.
    The benefit is portability.
    For the passive learner.
    No means of assessment for knowledge.
    Students can listen over again.
  • 9. Critique
    The nature of the subject material.
  • 10. Utah State UniversityOpenCourseWare
    Offers online writing courses.
    Organized in a 16-week schedule.
    Downloaded and used by the public.
    Rubrics, weekly assignments and readings.
    Resources provided on a side.
  • 11. USU OpenCourseWareScreen Shot
    Week by week assignments only.
  • 12. Critique
    Passive course, no interaction.
    The website acts as their blackboard.
    Nature of subject may requireinteraction.
    No assessment for this course.
  • 13. Conclusion
    Clear advantages and disadvantages.
    Lack of communication: students and student/instructor.
    Disadvantage for student-to-student interaction.
    OLI: simulated computer interaction.
  • 14. Conclusion continued…
    iTunes: Format dictated by subject.
    USU: benefit from interaction.
    Cannot fit a one-size-fits-all category.
    All inclusive: students, faculty, school, subject, and technology.
  • 15. References
    Simonson, M., Smaldino, S., Albright, M., and Zvacek, S. (2008). Teaching and learning at aDistance: Foundations of distance education, 4th edition, New York: Pearson Education, Inc.
    Fulford, C. P., & Zhang, S. (1995). Interactivity in distance education television: A constructed reality. Distance Education Symposium 3. The Pennsylvania State University.

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