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Internet and Higher Education

2001 Volume 4, Number 3

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Number of articles: 14

  1. Twenty-first century education and training: Implications for quality assurance

    Wallace K. Pond

    Education in the 21st century presents challenges to quality assurance that were unimaginable just a quarter century ago. E-learning in particular, with its ability to render time and place... More

    pp. 185-192

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  2. Practical Teaching Programme Online: Overcoming Communication Issues (Learning from the Experience of PKPG Teaching Practice Website in UNIMAS)

    Mohd Salleh NoorShah

    A teaching practicum module is normally the learning activity that obligates student–teachers to be sent to different schools and localities, to experience teaching, or be trained in the real-world... More

    pp. 193-201

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  3. Young children's collaborative interactions in a multimedia computer environment

    Mohamad Ibrani Shahrimin & Dawn M Butterworth

    This paper reports on a study that investigated the collaborative interaction patterns exhibited by 5-year-old preprimary children in an educational computer environment. A case study method was... More

    pp. 203-215

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  4. Multisectoral partnerships in e-learning: A potential force for improved human capital development in the Asia Pacific

    Robert T. Raab, W.Wyn Ellis & Buenafe R. Abdon

    Since their inception, a dominant characteristic of higher education institutions has been their reliance on the advantages conferred by geographic and political boundaries. However, emerging... More

    pp. 217-229

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  5. An analysis of students' preparation for the virtual learning environment

    Joseph Lee, Ng Lai Hong & Ng Lai Ling

    While improving quality, reducing costs, and increasing access are the key issues being discussed by administrators and academics of higher education, the advances in the information and... More

    pp. 231-242

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  6. An analysis on the impetus of online education: Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia

    Asleena Helmi

    The Internet provides a venue for several purposes. One purpose is to disseminate information. Compared to other infrastructures, the Internet is one of the more cost-effective ways of improving a ... More

    pp. 243-253

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  7. On mediation in virtual learning environments

    Larry Davies & W.Shukry Hassan

    This article is not about the panacea of computers or technology as the saving grace of education. We firmly believe that human interaction, especially as it pertains to face-to-face (f2f)... More

    pp. 255-269

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  8. Corporate learning: A knowledge management perspective

    Clara Crocetti

    This paper provides a point of view on the relationship between learning and knowledge management in corporate training. This relationship forms the framework for the development of an effective... More

    pp. 271-285

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  9. Successful implementation of e-Learning: Pedagogical considerations

    Thavamalar Govindasamy

    Many institutions of Higher Education and Corporate Training Institutes are resorting to e-Learning as a means of solving authentic learning and performance problems, while other institutions are... More

    pp. 287-299

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  10. Integrating e-Learning into the workplace

    Mohd Hishamuddin Harun

    The significance of e-Learning and knowledge management at the workplace cannot be overemphasized. With the rapid change in all types of working environments, especially medical and healthcare... More

    pp. 301-310

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  11. e-Learning: Is it the “e” or the learning that matters?

    Azma Abdul Hamid

    In our eagerness to embrace technology, we sometimes forget the fundamentals. We have often heard the saying, “build it and they will come.” Certainly this does not hold true in the New Economy,... More

    pp. 311-16

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  12. KDU e-Community Network

    Jonhendro, Goh Bee Ching, Rohazna Wahab, Wang Meei Leng, Jimmy Tan Lip Aun, Eugene Yeoh, Oon Hock & W.K Koo

    The democratization of education has brought forth an unprecedented demand for education by the masses, especially at the tertiary level. However, the availability of education is hampered by... More

    pp. 317-328

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  13. The design of an e-learning system: Beyond the hype

    Johan Ismail

    The impact of the Internet on the development and delivery of training programs is real—analysts forecast that corporate spending on e-learning programs will top US$23 billion by 2004. Although the... More

    pp. 329-336

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  14. E-learning—a provider's prospective

    Chew Seong Cheong

    The author's company, Informatics, an education and training provider, which already has its presence in 35 countries and territories spanning five continents, has a vision to be a global leader in... More

    pp. 337-52

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