On-Line Course Curricula and Interactional Strategies

Christopher Chaves, European Journal of Open, Distance Learning, Feb 26, 2009
Commentary by Stephen Downes

The intent of this paper is to introduce readers to a "conceptual model that supports more involvement and interaction within on-line courses." The "On-Line Interaction Model," described in the section of the same name, posts four "levels" of interaction: asynchronous, semi-synchronous, synchronous, and community (the author doesn't actually provide names for these; I have drawn them from the text). The rest of the paper surveys and cites various references in the field to no apparent purpose.
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