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A framework for courseware development

O'Donnell, R. and MacMorrow, N. and Henderson, K. (1999) A framework for courseware development. In: Educational Innovation in Economics and Business VI: Teaching Today the Knowledge of Tomorrow. Educational Innovation in Economics and Business, 6 . Springer. ISBN 978-1-4020-0478-0

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Abstract

Examines the deveopment of courseware in an automated environment. This paper describes some of the experiences and technical issues which arise in large-scale courseware developments projects, sometimes involving consortia of collaborating academic institutions. The paper provides several perspectives on approaches to large-scale courseware development including impressions from project managers, authors, courseware developers, and tools developers.