Creating effective instructional materials for the World Wide Web
Oliver, R., Herrington, J. and Omari, A. (1996) Creating effective instructional materials for the World Wide Web. In: AusWeb 96: The Second Australian World Wide Web Conference, 7 - 9 July 1996, Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, Queensland.
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The World Wide Web is a popular and useful instructional medium for a number of reasons. It is easily accessible, it supports flexible storage and display options, it provides a simple yet powerful publishing format and a means to incorporate multiple media elements. Interestingly, instructional effectiveness is not a proven characteristic for World Wide Web courseware and in many instances delivery via the WWW can impede rather than enhance learning when compared to conventional publishing forms. The purpose of this paper is to consider design aspects that can help to improve the instructional effectiveness of teaching and learning through the WWW.
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