Australian Flexible Learning Network
review and use as basis for workshop series for us?
an interesting story of the value of putting time into the way courses are designed and delivered - course moved from traditional structure to integrating technology and changing the flow of f2f/student-directed learning
Thomas Nolan - Sonoma State University - many links are broken but he has some interesting ideas about how to approach teaching teachers how to teach online
examples of integration of Web2.0 tools in typical blended learning design
very technical and analytical - probably more than I need but worth keeping as a reference
simple overview - contrasts the traditional model of elearning
some simple examples that might springboard some ideas
check out the E-PPRENTICE web site
And a course - from Otago Polytechnic
Leigh Blackall's screenshots of web pages used in the Flexible Learning online course
quick visuals that reinforce Gagnes model of instructional design - too fast to perceive easily
a flexible learning plan for an advanced fish cooking unit - interesting examples of mixture of PowerPoint, workbook, Youtube demo videos and podcasts about unit requirements.
Instructional Design portal from Virgina Tech
one piece of elearning design