Online development using WebCT: A faculty managed process for quality
AbstractIn a new initiative, and in response to technological changes, Flinders University is delivering educational programs to distance education students using WebCT as its preferred course tool. With concern for maintaining high quality educational programs, the Faculty of Social Sciences has approached the implementation of this new form of delivery with a management plan that involves and integrates many facets of the Faculty's existing structures with some additional resources. The Faculty promotes a development process that emphasises the use of WebCT as a prototyping tool and a team approach, which values the varied skills of all contributors.
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