Overseeing the design and development of e-learning curriculum and courses

Description of proposed content for the chapter

The main priority of the usage of e-learning is to reduce and upend the barriers that hinder the success of functioning online higher educational systems.  The      visions of the e-learning leaders of educational institutions is to understand the critical perspectives associated with web-instruction.  Suggestions will also be provided to enable e-learning leaders to reflect upon institutional goals that should be created before designing and implementing online curriculum and courses.  

Abstract: 

This chapter will help you make decisions about designing a course curriculum that meets the needs of the institution and the students. The institutional objectives guide the curriculum and course design process by “describing precisely what the targeted learners should know, do, or feel on completion of the planned learning” (Rothewell & Kazanas, 2008, p. 169).  

This publication has been peer reviewed.
Publication Type: 
Book Chapter
Authors: 
Patricia Akojie
Year of Publication: 
2016
Journal, Book, Magazine or Other Publication Title: 
What the e-Learning Leader Needs to Know: Leading and Managing e-Learning
Publisher: 
AECT/Springer Series on Educational Communications & Technology: Issues & Innovations
Date Published: 
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Place Published: 
K
Publication Language: 
English
Editors: 
Anthony A. Piña, Victoria Walker and Bruce R. Harris,
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