Reconciling research, theory, and practice in web-based teaching and learning: The case for grounded design

@article{Hannafin2004ReconcilingRT,
  title={Reconciling research, theory, and practice in web-based teaching and learning: The case for grounded design},
  author={Michael J. Hannafin and Minchi C. Kim and Hyeonjin Kim},
  journal={J. Computing in Higher Education},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={3-20}
}
W EB-BASED TEACHING AND LEARNING cannot be easily characterized. In Web-based teaching and learning, technology features are combined in a theoretically unlimited number of ways to support a multitude of requirements and preferences. We need to better understand different approaches, activities, goals and perspectives, and approaches likely to prove effective. In this paper, we review Web-based research, theory and practice, and examine the implications of different perspectives and preferences… CONTINUE READING

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