Online Content Management Website: Create a web-accessible student learning system that dovetails with your class curriculum

September 2013
Journal of Research & Practice for Adult Literacy, Secondary & B;Fall2013, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p196
Academic Journal
The article offers tips and ideas on creating an online student learning system. Topics discussed include some of the online content management websites that maybe useful such as YouTube and Literacy List, creating the learning objectives, and identifying a formative assessment of each learning resource or unit of resources. Also mentioned are the platforms to use in storing the learning system.


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