By Bijan B. Gillani
The explanation for this textbook is to introduce educators and e-learning designers to pedagogical types that offer the framework for potent content material association for curriculum in addition to visible layout ideas that aid improvement of interactive studying environments. The booklet finds the appliance of pedagogical versions to the layout of e-learning environments by way of discussing theories and displaying real purposes which have been constructed for the internet.
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