Content design frameworks for Internet studies curricula and research
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This article examines instructional frameworks for university-level education in Internet content design. Examined are academic constructs, philosophies and strategies from two disciplines traditionally associated with content - herein defined as instructional science and informational studies. These approaches are then extended into a curricula paradigm for academic studies in Internet content design. The intent of the article is to begin dialog on the development of university-level curricula and degree programs in Internet Studies.