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Hitchhikers Guide to Course Development
Sunday, January 1, 2006
The Hitchhiker's Guide to Course Development is designed as a resource for individuals with varying levels of course design experience. * Individuals new to higher education can use this site to help design their first classroom based course integrating technology where appropriate. * Experienced instructors, being encouraged to place materials within a learning management system, can use this site to decipher the differences between Web-Presence, Web-Enhanced, Web-Centric and Online courses and how to plan courses for online delivery. * Instructors of online courses, looking for new ideas and ways to improve their course, can use the site to improve content development by finding sources for pre-developed content and ideas to improve student centered learning. * Instructional Designers and Instructional Support Staff can use this site as a reference for themselves or as a resource for the faculty they support.