Managing the development of an e-learning product - Applying software engineering techniques in an academic environment


Friesen, Karsten ; Schmitz, Hans


URL: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=...
Document Type: Conference or workshop publication
Year of publication: 2002
Book title: Programme and proceedings : International NAISO Congress on Networked Learning in a Global Enviroment, Challenges and Solutions for Virtual Education at the Technical University of Berlin
Page range: 1-6
Date of the conference: May 1-4, 2002
Place of publication: [Millet, Alberta]
Publishing house: ICSC-NAISO Academic Press
ISBN: 3-906454-31-2
Publication language: English
Institution: Business School > ABWL u. Controlling (Kunz LS-Vertretung 2011-2015)
Subject: 330 Economics
Abstract: By drawing an analogy between the development of software and the development of an e-learning product, a set of methods can be re-used. In academic environments however, content experts often have to cope with very limited resources for developing e-learning products, which demands an efficient development process. The paper presents experiences in the application of selected techniques that support the efficiency in an academic environment and discusses proposals on organization, documentation, evaluation, and testing matters on the basis of a real project.
Additional information: CD-ROM

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Friesen, Karsten ; Schmitz, Hans Managing the development of an e-learning product - Applying software engineering techniques in an academic environment. 1-6 In: Programme and proceedings : International NAISO Congress on Networked Learning in a Global Enviroment, Challenges and Solutions for Virtual Education at the Technical University of Berlin (2002) [Millet, Alberta] [Conference or workshop publication]


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