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Design and Implementation of a Pedagogical Framework for the Introduction of Distance Learning Programs at Frederick University

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Nikleia Eteokleous, Panayiotis Louca, Christoforos Charalampous, Nicos Valanides, Eleni Hadjiconstantinou, Stefanos Tsorakis, Kostas Kyriacou


Frederick University seized the opportunity granted by the ECPU in June 2012 to introduce new programs of study using the distance learning mode of delivery. In June 2013, two programs of study were successfully evaluated and the University got permission to offer two distance learning programs starting in September 2013: 1) Masters in Business Administration (MBA DL) and 2) Masters in Curriculum and Instruction (Med DL). The E-Learning Committee (ELC) was set up and approved by the Senate in September 2012 as the unit that has the overall responsibility for the design, development and implementation of the distance learning programs. The current paper primarily presents the pedagogical framework developed by the ELC, which served as the backbone of the design of the above new programs of study, and furthermore, the manner in which various agents involved in this endeavour interacted in order to successfully accomplish the project of design and implement distance learning programs at Frederick University.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12681/icodl.644

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