The Role of Experience in E-Learning: A Holistic Design Framework
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Haslam, E. & Misra, R. (2011). The Role of Experience in E-Learning: A Holistic Design Framework. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2011 (pp. 1942-1946). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Abstract: This paper examines the problem of traditional instructional design for elearning that does not align with emerging learning theories, the impact of digital technologies, and design principles for deep learning in a changing environment. The concept of design, user centered design, and design thinking are explored to show how the design perspective can generate an innovative design approach. The role of experience is the focal point of a holistic design framework that reflects the relationships among learning theories, experiential strategies and learning technologies for 21st century learning outcomes and provides a learner-centered approach. Initial findings from a design research pilot study in two graduate courses designed with the framework will be given in the presentation.
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