|title ||E- Learning|
|arbic title |
|prequisites ||IS171 |
|credit hours ||3|
|Describtion/Outcomes ||This course involves a new approach, which must take into account pedagogical, technological and organizational features to form a well-designed education system. A practical focus is maintained throughout, with advice on implementation and case studies. The course will cover Information and communication technology skills particularly relevant to e-learning environments and approaches.|
|arabic Describtion/Outcomes |
|objectives ||Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
Understand how e-learning is different from traditional methods.
Understand the main traditional learning skills on which e-learning skills are built upon.
Know information and communication technology skills particularly relevant to e-learning.
Understand e-learning environments and approaches.
Understand the nature of e-learning skills.
Practice to develop main e-learning skills.
Know the nature of communication technologies that help learners take part in e-learning courses.
Understand the nature of working and learning with others in collaborative learning.
|arabic objectives |
|ref. books ||Hedberg, B., Virtual Organizations and Beyond: Discover Imaginary Systems, John Wiley, 1997. |
|arabic ref. books |
|textbook ||Ruth Colvin Clark, Richard E. Mayer, E-learning and the Science of Instruction, John Wiley & Sons Inc. 2003.|
|arabic textbook |
|objective set ||combined|
|content set ||bullets|