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Books and articles on instructional design in online learning abound but rarely do we get such a comprehensive picture of what instructional designers do, how they do it, and the problems they solve as their university changes. Power documents the emergence of an adapted instructional design model for transforming courses from single-mode to dual-mode instruction, making this designer’s log a unique contribution to the field of online learning. This book is part of the Issues in Distance Education series, edited by Dr. Terry Anderson, Professor & Canada Research Chair in Distance Education, Athabasca University.
The book is available in both paper (@$29.95) and e-book formats (for free downloading). Copyright: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. It may be reproduced for non-commercial purposes, provided that the original author is credited.
About the Author
Dr. Michael Power is Programs Director and Assistant Professor in Educational Technology at the Faculty of Education, Laval University in Quebec City, Canada. He is Deputy Director and researcher with the GEOIDE/NSERC-sponsored GeoEDUC3D project and researcher with the Inter-university Learning & Technology Research Center (CIRTA). His website is: http://www.fse.ulaval.ca/Michael.Power