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The Complete Step-by-Step Guide to Designing and Teaching Online Courses


reviewed by Andrew Kitchenham — August 15, 2012

coverTitle: The Complete Step-by-Step Guide to Designing and Teaching Online Courses
Author(s): Joan Thormann & Isa Kaftal Zimmerman
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807753092, Pages: 216, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 15, 2012
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16849, Date Accessed: 8/21/2017 1:52:46 PM

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  • Andrew Kitchenham
    University of Northern British Columbia
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    ANDREW KITCHENHAM is a Professor in the School of Education at the University of Northern British Columbia. He conducts research on online learning, Special Education, and educational technology. His recent publications include two IGI books on blended learning (Blended Learning across Disciplines: Models for Implementation) and mobile learning (Models for Interdisciplinary Mobile Learning: Delivering Information to Students) as well as book chapters on assistive technology (Voice/speech recognition software: A discussion of the promise for success and practical suggestions for implementation) and adult learning theory (Jack Mezirow on Transformative Learning). His current research projects include two federally-funded studies: one on the preservation of Aboriginal language through technology and one on complex trauma and attached disruption (with Dr. Linda O’Neill).
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