aet540 | Graduate
This graduate-level course is 4 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Foundations of E-Learning
- Summarize the evolution of e-learning.
- Examine the characteristics of e-learning.
- Analyze the purposes, benefits, and challenges of e-learning.
- Compare and contrast learning theories as they relate to e-learning.
- Discriminate among delivery modalities, such as synchronous, asynchronous, and hybrid.
- Examine ways to increase interactivity in e-learning.
- Examine appropriate assessments for e-learning opportunities.
- Examine criteria for selecting an appropriate e-learning opportunity.
Administrative and Management Considerations of E-Learning
- Evaluate the effectiveness of e-learning opportunities.
- Define learning objects.
- Examine the open source movement.
- Investigate copyright and intellectual property use in the e-learning environment.
- Differentiate between various management systems.
Development Considerations in E-Learning
- Identify security risks associated with e-learning.
- Identify the features of e-learning development products, such as learner tools, support tools, and technical specifications.
- Describe the technical standards associated with e-learning.
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