Designing flexible learning opportunities through a non-linear collaborative process

Jones, S 2003, 'Designing flexible learning opportunities through a non-linear collaborative process', UltiBASE, vol. November, pp. 1-13.


Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Designing flexible learning opportunities through a non-linear collaborative process
Author(s) Jones, S
Year 2003
Journal name UltiBASE
Volume number November
Start page 1
End page 13
Total pages 12
Publisher RMIT University
Abstract The challenges facing academics who seek to design innovative experiential on-line learning opportunities for students using interactive communication technology (ICT) are significant. Not only is a new approach to learning and teaching required, but also new technical skills are needed. This paper seeks to explore a design, development and production approach that will result in the creation of innovative learning opportunities through ICT. Two examples of recent processes in which the author has been involved are presented, and based on these experiences, the author concludes that a collaborative non-linear design approach is the most effective, especially in assisting the participants to cope with the ambiguity required to allow innovations to emerge.
Subject Organisational Planning and Management
Copyright notice © Sandra Jones 2003
ISSN 1443-7023
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