On the basis of the lessons learned as participants in an experiment tointroduce instructional design techniques and an expanded web support in traditionalprograms, we argue that the local improvement of some individual courses maygo to the detriment of the global performance of the overall program and,following a similarity between instructional design and system engineering,we propose to move the application of the innovative techniques up one step, to thelevel of the whole university curriculum.

Great is the enemy of good: is perfecting specific courses harmful to global curricula performances?

CERIOLI, MAURA;RIBAUDO, MARINA
2009

Abstract

On the basis of the lessons learned as participants in an experiment tointroduce instructional design techniques and an expanded web support in traditionalprograms, we argue that the local improvement of some individual courses maygo to the detriment of the global performance of the overall program and,following a similarity between instructional design and system engineering,we propose to move the application of the innovative techniques up one step, to thelevel of the whole university curriculum.
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