Analysing online teaching and learning systems using MEAD

Leitch, Shona and Warren, Matthew J. 2008, Analysing online teaching and learning systems using MEAD, in InSITE 2008 : Informing Science + IT Education Joint Conference Proceedings, Informing Science Press, [Varna, Bulgaria].


Title Analysing online teaching and learning systems using MEAD
Author(s) Leitch, Shona
Warren, Matthew J.
Conference name Informing Science + Information Technology Education Joint Conference (2008 : Varna, Bulgaria)
Conference location Varna, Bulgaria
Conference dates 22-25 Jun. 2008
Title of proceedings InSITE 2008 : Informing Science + IT Education Joint Conference Proceedings
Publication date 2008
Publisher Informing Science Press
Place of publication [Varna, Bulgaria]
Summary The review of literature pertaining to systems analysis and design and the design of systems for online teaching and learning has identified some “gaps” and has shown the need for a more specialised and specific method for the design of such systems. This paper presents research that was conducted to collect information to assist in the filling of the gaps of the systems analysis and design knowledge within Australia and also presents a method for the development of online teaching and learning systems. Currently design is done in an ad-hoc fashion with little formal input from the student users; this research aims to rectify this. The paper puts forwards an educational design approach based upon Soft Systems Methodology (SSM). The outcome of the research is a practical method – the Method for Educational Analysis and Design (MEAD).
Language eng
Field of Research 080609 Information Systems Management
Socio Economic Objective 930203 Teaching and Instruction Technologies
HERDC Research category E3 Extract of paper
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