The CWiC Framework supports postsecondary decision-makers in effectively navigating the market of courseware solutions. It is designed to help you make better-informed adoption and implementation decisions with the goal of advancing the adoption of high-quality digital courseware in higher education and ultimately achieving improved outcomes for students. As a guide for broadening your awareness and equipping you with helpful decision making tools, the Framework offers an inventory of product capabilities, as well as implementation considerations foundational to enhancing and improving blended and online teaching and learning with digital courseware.
As the context for digital courseware evolves in this dynamic market, so too will the components of the Framework. Feedback from the community of users will guide future iterations and applications of this tool.
The CWiC Framework was designed for users involved in the selection and adoption of courseware at postsecondary institutions, including faculty, instructional designers, and academic administrators.
Because we anticipate different base knowledge of digital courseware, appetite for detail, time-availability, and goals, three different instruments have been developed to support use of the CWiC Framework.
Interactive, web-based version of the CWiC Framework is coming soon. Click here to access.
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