Using Blogs as a Teaching and Learning Tool. A PowerPoint
presentation on my experience in using blogs in a teaching and learning context. Presented
to at the GMU Faculty Showcase on April 2, 2004.
Design Knowledge Base The purpose of the Instructional Design
Knowledge Base (IDKB) is threefold: to support faculty teaching
courses in Instructional Design; to support students learning
Instructional Design; to support practitioners in the field
of Instructional Design.
Online Discussions: Protocols
and Rubrics This link contains protocols, rubrics, and evaluation
criteria for structuring and evaluating online discussions when
conducted within the context of a graduate course.
Discussions. A PowerPoint presentation on how to structure
and evaluate online discussions. Presented to GSE faculty on
October 1, 2001.
Web-Based Course Management
Tools: An Encycopedia Entry This is an elaborate definition
of WBCMT with descriptions of the leading industry tools.
Overview of Web-Based Instruction PowerPoint Presentation
Forbes Review on Industry
An Example of mapping Case-Based
Learning to Web Features and Technologies This is an example
of mapping the instructional strategy of case-based learning
through the use of a Cognitive Flexibility Hypertext (CFH) to
Web features and associated technologies. This was a model initially
designed for students enrolled in EDIT 797 at George Mason University
to facilitate their culminating activity.
Connecting Web Features to Instructional
Strategies This is a matrix that links Web features to instructional
strategies through identifying associated technologies, constructs
and learning strategies.
Web-Based Instructional Design Case Study This is a case
study to faciliate the teaching and learning of Instructional
Design using a Problem-Based Learning Approach.
Consent The same case study as the one above however the
case representation is much more structured and hierarchical
Learning object systems
as constructivist learning environments: Related assumptions,
theories, and applications A book chapter by Brenda Bannan-Ritland,
Nada Dabbagh, & Kate Murphy to be published in the The
Instructional Use of Learning Objects