Course
code CR333
credit_hours 3
title E-Learning
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prequisites CR315
credit hours 3
Describtion/Outcomes This course will provide students with a basic introduction to learning techniques and technologies. This course explores applications of e-learning in a variety of settings and discusses how constructivist learning theories apply in online environments. Students will gain practical, hands on experience with a wide variety of online communication tools.
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objectives This course has been designed to give students the experience and skills required to design and deliver quality online educational opportunities. Specifically, students in this course will learn:rn•How to use the tools most commonly used in an online learning environment.rn•The basic concepts of Internet-based applications and e-Learning and what it takes to succeed in an online course.rn•What is expected of an online course facilitator, proven facilitation strategies and how to deal with common facilitation problems?rn•How to design and develop an effective online course.
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ref. books
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textbook E-Learning: Strategies for Delivering Knowledge in the Digital Ag, Marc.d.Rosenberg
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Course Content
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1 Learning is a lot More Than Training
2 Learning is a lot More Than Training (Broaden our Perspective)
3 The E-learning Revolution
4 Why Most CBT Does not work and How It Can be Better
5 Knowledge Management
6 Integrating E-learning and Class room Learning
7 7th Week Exam
8 Building and Managing an E-learning Infrastructure
9 The Four C`s of Success: Culture, Champions, Communications and Change
10 Justifying E-learning to Top Management and to Yourself
11 Reinventing The Training Organization
12 12th Week Exam
13 Navigating the Vendor Marketplace
14 Creating Your E-learning Strategy and the Future of E-Learning
15 Revision
16 Final Exam