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Title: User-centered design of online learning communities
Authors: Lambropoulos, Niki
Zaphiris, Panayiotis 
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Information Science Publishing
Source: British Journal for Education Technology, 2007, Volume 39, Issue 4, Pages: 958-959
Abstract: User-centered design (UCD) is gaining popularity in both the educational and business sectors. This is due to the fact that UCD sheds light on the entire process of analyzing, planning, designing, developing, using, evaluating, and maintaining computer-based learning. User-Centered Design of Online Learning Communities explains how computers can be used to augment human intellect for productivity and innovation, both nationally and globally. This book gives guidance to all stakeholders involved in online learning: organizations and businesses, developers, tutors, students, and evaluators; as well as provides best practices for the different phases of developing online learning communities from the analysis and design phase to the development, use, evaluation, and maintenance stage.
ISBN: 1599043580
ISSN: 00071013
Type: Book
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