Design Stages Of An Online Course
Worldwide, there are more and more enterprises, organizations and educational institutions where the educational process works partially or exclusively via the Internet using a wide range of online courses. In such an online course design, resources and materials made available to learners must compensate the missing of the physical presence of the trainer or teacher as well as the missing of a direct and permanent communication between learners and trainers/teachers, these features being common to traditional educational process through classroom courses. The stages of such process, which will be presented in this article, are of similar order with those of making a traditional classroom course, but require a more effort, a more specialized people involved and a greater number of activities.
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