ADAPTING INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN TO A WEB 2.0 WORLD
Much has changed since the birth of instructional design, including the advent of e-learning, the emergence of Web 2.0 technologies, and the shift away from learning confined to the four walls of a classroom. Despite the evolution of learning technology, the basic principles and practices used to design learning fifty years ago are the same as those used today. The author identifies three ways in which e-learning designers must adapt their designs for learning experiences rather than learning events.
Much has changed in the world since those dark, early days of e-learning. The number of people plugged into the Internet worldwide has ...