Chapter 1: e-learning: promise and pitfalls Chapter 2: How people learn from e-courses. E-learning: The Science of Instruction Ruth Colvin Clark and Richard E Mayer. Original author: Professor: Glenn D. Blank Modified by: Professor: Onaje O. Johnston .
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Chapter 1: e-learning: promise and pitfalls
Chapter 2: How people learn from e-courses
Original author: Professor: Glenn D. Blank
Modified by: Professor: Onaje O. Johnston
Ruth Colvin Clark and Richard E. Mayer, e-Learning and the Science of Instruction, 2nd edition, Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer 2007.
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Created two (2) sample AS 3.0 eLearning interfaces
Functions included in interfaces:
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