It's difficult to design e-learning environments if you
haven't seen or experienced one yourself. Even if you have taken or designed
your own online or hybrid course, have you experienced different e-learning
environments based on a variety of learning theories and instructional
strategies? Online and Hybrid Learning: Designs in Action illustrates
how to apply eight instructional strategies to ground the design of your online
and hybrid coursework based on:
- Cognitive information processing
- Experiential and game-based theories of learning and teaching
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About the Author
Atsusi "2c" Hirumi is an Associate Professor of
Instructional Technology at the University of Central Florida. Born in New York,
Dr. Hirumi spent most of his formative years growing up in Nairobi, Kenya, East
Africa. He received his M.A. in Educational Technology from San Diego State
University and his Ph.D. in Instructional Systems from Florida State University.
He is also a frequent speaker at international, national and state conferences.
Recent awards include the Texas Distance Learning Association award for
commitment to excellent and innovation and the Star Faculty Award for
outstanding teaching, research and service. He is the only two-time recipient of
the WebCT exemplary online course award.