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Perceptions of Effective Web-Based Design for Secondary School Students: A Narrative Analysis of Previously Collected Data
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  • Michael K. Barbour, Sacred Heart University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2005
Abstract

In this article, I present the findings of a study on the perception of course developers and electronic teachers on the characteristics of effective web-based design for secondary school students. Through interviews, the perceptions of these participants on the use of various web-based components, how to incorporate sound instructional strategies into the web-based material, and the effectiveness of both the asynchronous web-based content and the synchronous delivery of that content are investigated in a virtual high school context.

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Barbour, Michael. "Perceptions of Effective Web-Based Design for Secondary School Students: A Narrative Analysis of Previously Collected Data." The Morning Watch 32 (2005): 3-4.

Citation Information
Barbour, Michael. "Perceptions of Effective Web-Based Design for Secondary School Students: A Narrative Analysis of Previously Collected Data." The Morning Watch 32 (2005): 3-4.