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Collaborative instructional design, development, and evaluation of a computer-based module for a veterinary medical exercise.

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Publication date2005
Host publicationFacilitating access and flexibility in learning: An anthology of Chinese-Canadian case studies and glossary in open and distance learning
EditorsA. Wong
Place of PublicationBeijing
PublisherChina Agricultural Press
Number of pages7
<mark>Original language</mark>English


A collaborative team from the College of Veterinary Medicine, College of Medicine, and Instructional Design Group at the University of Saskatchewan designed, developed, and conducted a research study into the effectiveness of a multi-media, interactive module of instruction, entitled, Passing a Nasogastric Tube in a Horse. The purpose of creating this resource was to better prepare learners for their first attempt to perform nasogastric intubation, and to reduce the number of live horses used by the College for demonstration purposes. The project incorporated a learner-centered perspective and utilized the ADDIE (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate) approach to instructional design. This article describes the team approach to working through the ADDIE process.