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e-Learning Contents Development as Social Negotiation Perspective: A Case Study of Program Development for the Public Sector Officials' Case Management

사회적 협상 관점의 e-Learning 콘텐츠 개발: 사례관리 담당 공무원을 위한 프로그램 개발 사례연구

  • Received : 2011.04.05
  • Accepted : 2011.06.22
  • Published : 2011.07.28

Abstract

The e-Learning program is a multimedia data program consisting of texts, images, animation, audio and video. The development of an e-Learning program requires time and is a complex process, requiring cooperation and open-communication between all parties involved, particularly in the event of a problem. This study will analyze the e-Learning contents development process from the Social Negotiation Perspective. An appropriate process for the development of the program and effective decision-making guidelines for those parties involved will be recommended. Participants' viewpoints regarding program development and guidelines were studied qualitatively, while the evaluation of developed content employed both qualitative and quantitative research. The study found the following results. First, the development of an e-Learning program requires a clear goal and purpose. Second, the target group must be clearly identified. Third, all parties involved must share in the development process and its outcomes. Fourth, the party requesting the program must allocate the appropriate time and budget for the development group. Finally, the project requires a strong, capable leadership for effective decision-making.

Keywords

Social Negotiation;e-Learning Contents;Case Management;Case Study

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