This article is based on personal experience gained as a result of facilitating over sixty asynchronous classes over the last four years. The article is organized into five areas of review and consideration which can assist the faculty member to plan and develop a learning-centered course intended for distance delivery. Whether in the classroom or on the Internet, critical scrutiny and analysis of the elements of a course is essential for development of a high quality course. The review points presented in this article specifically address key considerations for development for a course delivered in a virtual environment.
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Trippe, Anthony P. A Methodology For Planning Distance Learning Courses, Paper presented at the 2002 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Session 2432, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 16 – 19, 2002.
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