Design and Development: Building Theory from Case Study Research
Using a constant comparative method, this paper examines case studies from three substantive fields in the area of design and development.
||Design and Development, Generating Theory, Case Study, Grounded Theory
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp.1-6.
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Joseph Defazio currently holds the positions of Interim Associate Director and Assistant Professor at the IUPUI Schoo of Informatics New Media Department. Both positions allow him to realize his dream and goal which has been to promote new knowledge. Engaging students in the active process of instruction, sharing of knowledge nad participating in each students' dream has always been the focus of his educational endeavors. As a constructivist at heart, he belives that gaining knowledge and experience is never static. "We are always building on previous knowledge and experience to shape new meaning and define new goals." His research interests include using the case study to generate knowledge and theory in instructional design and development, evaluating the benfeits and effectiveness of educational virtual simulation environments, and analyzing music as art bridged to technology.
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