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Stephen Downes

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How to Build a (Dynamic) Web-Based Course

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Invited Presentation, University of Alberta, Keyano College, Edmonton, Alberta and Fort McMurray, Alberta, Workshop, Feb 21, 1997.

The purpose of this session is to introduce participants to the nature and process of creating a web-based course. After the session, participants should be able to list the major components of a web-based course and the technologies used to support them, criticize examples of web-based courses, list the roles involved in we-based course development and identify their own place among them, and follow the process of web-based course development in order to produce their own web-based course. The presentation built in HTML intended to demonstrate through example how to build a web based course. It runs through an introduction before allowing users to view the contents page.

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