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The Web: Design for Active Learning

I’ve linked to this before…it’s a great resource for people trying to grasp the uniqueness of the Internet in learning. It nicely condenses major theories and approaches. The Web: Design for Active Learning: “This handbook will present the idea of interactivity as it applies to a cohesive design including high interface, content, and instructional design.”

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  1. KnowProSE wrote:

    Design for Active Learning

    Another great resource unearthed by George Siemens – elearnspace blog: The Web: Design for Active Learning. The link he posted is well well worth the read – and it’s actually timely considering a conversation I had today. This is a…

    Thursday, November 27, 2003 at 1:31 am | Permalink
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  3. The URL for the article: “The Web: Design for Active Learning” has changed to (http://www.atl.ualberta.ca/documents/articles/activeLearning001.htm)

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