Quality Assurance for Online Programs

  title={Quality Assurance for Online Programs},
  author={Sook-Young Choi and Seong-Hun Ahn},
  journal={Int. J. Adv. Comp. Techn.},
The need for determining and maintaining quality in the process of designing, developing and delivering online courses is becoming an important issue for universities and institutions worldwide. Teaching online may be a different process to conventional teaching, involving possible changes to pedagogy and teaching practice such as learner-centered education and collaborative learning. Accordingly, quality assurance appropriately reflecting characteristics of online learning would have to be… 
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