Design strategies that work to maximise e-learning

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Cook, Elizabeth. 2017. "Design strategies that work to maximise e-learning." Education Technology Solutions. Special edition, pp. 34-36.
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Design strategies that work to maximise e-learning

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AuthorCook, Elizabeth
Journal TitleEducation Technology Solutions
Journal CitationSpecial edition, pp. 34-36
Number of Pages3
Year2017
Web Address (URL)http://educationtechnologysolutions.com.au
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This article summarises key design strategies to enhance the online learning experience. The article is the second feature article published in Education Technology Solutions - a Special Edition of the magazine released to coincide with the ASCILITE Conference in 2017, held at the University of Southern Queensland. Further information about the magazine is available from https://www.educationtechnologysolutions.com.au/

ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390199. Curriculum and pedagogy not elsewhere classified
Byline AffiliationsOffice for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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