A Methodology for Design and Development of e-Learning Networks - Utilizing a Structured Approach
by Conn, Samuel
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E-learning networks are used by academic institutions to support synchronous and asynchronous delivery of online courses and programs. An e-learning network supports a wide range of applications and services and facilitates access to diverse e-learning implementations including virtual laboratory (V-lab) environments, knowledge repositories, storage area networks (SANs), and content delivery networks (CDNs), as well as metropolitan, regional, and international research and education configurations. A systems development life cycle (SDLC) methodology enables academic institutions to design and develop e-learning networks that meet educational goals and objectives and provide access to current and next-generation research initiatives. In this book, the author applied the SDLC methodology for design and development of an e-learning network based on findings of a chronological case study. The outcomes of this investigation demonstrate the role of the SDLC methodology as an enabler of design, development, and deployment of an e-learning network capable of meeting current and projected institutional goals and objectives.
Dr. Samuel Conn serves as the Director of the Center for Innovative Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (CITLA) at Kentucky State University. Prior to this, he held the position of Director at Virginia Tech's Institute for Distance and Distributed Learning. Dr. Conn works in higher education after completing a 23-year career in Information Systems.
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VDM Verlag Dr. Müller
14 July 2010
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