OAR instructional design model

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1 Introduction

Objectives-Resources-Activities (OAR) model is an instructional design model (i.e. a instructional design method) created for a specific context: distance education courses delivered through a learning management system (LMS) in higher education. It was developed in 2008 at Utah State University at the Faculty Assistance Center for Teaching by George Joeckel, Joel Gardner and Tae Jeon.

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