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 International Journal of Education and Development using ICT > Vol. 10, No. 2 (2014) open journal systems 


Ten Guiding Principles for Designing Online Modules that Involve International Collaborations

David S Porcaro, Seward Incorporated
Carol Carrier, University of Minnesota


Abstract
As ideas and personnel flow across borders, there are many opportunities for instructional designers to collaboratively design online modules with international teams. These collaborations can take many shapes, as varying levels of localization and within-team communication are employed. This paper looks at ten guiding principles that are shaping the work of an online module development project for training inservice teachers in Jordan. These principles can be effectively applied to a variety of cross-national collaborations for a wide range of settings.


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