Similarities in Instructional Design, Learner Interface Design and User Interface Design: Implications for Developing a Successful Online Module
Obilade, Titilola T.
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The success of a user-friendly online module depends on the inputs, the processes and the outcome. It depends on the learner attributes, the user environment and other attributes. The research questions that guided the study were: What processes in instructional design, learner interface design and user interface design are used in developing a user-friendly online module? What similarities if any are there in instructional design, learner interface design and user interface design in developing a user-friendly online module? This review also looked at the differences in the three designs. This review was conducted using interface, user interface, learner interface, instructional design, learner interface design, user interface design and websites’ design as search words in Google Scholar and Education Research Complete EBSCO Host. In addition, textbooks on design were also consulted as part of the study. The findings from the study became the implications for the study.
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