With the increase in gas prices and the importance of education, many college instructors are turning to online course management systems to replace some or all “seat time”. This session discusses and covers the issues instructors face in the development of online materials including different learning styles and ADA compliancy.
Most researchers agree that "our instructional designs [should] promote interactions that are pedagogically grounded and produce enough learning to justify restrictions on student's temporal independence.“
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