Advances in E-Pedagogy for Online Instruction: Proven Learning Analytics Rasch Item Response Theory

McKay, E, Barefah, A, Mohamad, M and Bakkar, M 2018, 'Advances in E-Pedagogy for Online Instruction: Proven Learning Analytics Rasch Item Response Theory' in J.Thakur (ed.) Modern Perspectives on Virtual Communications and Social Networking, IGI Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States, pp. 58-89.


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Title Advances in E-Pedagogy for Online Instruction: Proven Learning Analytics Rasch Item Response Theory
Author(s) McKay, E
Barefah, A
Mohamad, M
Bakkar, M
Year 2018
Title of book Modern Perspectives on Virtual Communications and Social Networking
Publisher IGI Global
Place of publication Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States
Editor(s) J.Thakur
Start page 58
End page 89
Subjects Information Systems Theory
Computer-Human Interaction
Conceptual Modelling
Summary Many people are finding it relatively easy to engage with courseware development and simply upload it to the internet. The trouble with this approach is there are no quality controls to ensure the impending instructional strategies are designed well. This chapter presents a set of research projects that incrementally focus on instructional strategies as they apply in today's information communications technology (ICT) tools. They commence with a simple investigation into online courseware matching cognitive preferences. Next, a project extends this principle and takes the research to a government-training context to concentrate on dealing with a broader range of stakeholders to customize training for a user-centered environment. Then the authors present a project designed for mobile healthcare training on an iPad. The final research project synthesizes the current instructional systems design (ISD) thinking to promote a prescriptive information systems (IS)-design model for educational courseware, offering it to the ISD research community as an extension to the ADDIE training development model.
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Keyword(s) learning analytics
Rasch item response theory (IRT)
instructional systems design (ISD)
instructional design
prescriptive information systems design
ISBN 9781522557159
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