A Quality Assurance Methodology for Technology-Delivered Education and Training
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Eklund, J. & Lowe, D. (2000). A Quality Assurance Methodology for Technology-Delivered Education and Training. In Proceedings of WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet 2000 (pp. 162-169). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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In a climate of increased deployment of information technologies for the flexible delivery of instruction in both the higher education and private sectors, procedures for ensuring a quality outcome are becoming increasingly important. The use of a developmental process that aims to meet established acceptance criteria for a project, and one which incorporates robust evaluation methodologies to validate approach and expenses is generally a key criterion for successful grant and tender applications in this emerging field. This paper outlines a methodology for quality assurance being delivered at Access OnLine. This methodology is based on a structured framework built on sound design principles, and which incorporates project management, performance against milestones, usability and learning effectiveness adopting a 'whole of project lifecycle' approach to formative evaluation.
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