Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Business education--Computer-assisted instruction; Web-based instruction;
This report details an instructional design project for the College of Business (COB) at the University of Northern Iowa, an average-sized Midwest university. During the project as an instructional designer, I converted an existing traditional face-to-face business readiness program (Business 1000, 2000, 3000, & 4000) to online/flipped/blended courses using the Blackboard Learning Management System. The process involved working with faculty, program heads, students, and the staff of the COB with the intention of lowering the technology bar of intimidation enough to integrate it with the pedagogy needs of the courses.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Leigh E. Zeitz
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©2017 Zachary P. Benton-Slocum
Benton-Slocum, Zachary P., "Taking university business courses online: An instructional designer's perspective" (2017). Graduate Research Papers. 614.