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International Journal of Educational Telecommunications

1997 Volume 3, Number 2

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Web Environments for Group-Based Project Work in Higher Education

    Nico Van Diepen, Betty Collis & Toine Andernach, University of Twente

    We discuss problems confronting the use of group-based project work as an instructional strategy in higher education and describe two courses in which course-specific World Wide Web (Web)... More

    pp. 109-130

  2. Developing a World Wide Web Section of a Management Course: Transporting Learning Premises Across Media

    John D. Bigelow, Boise State University, United States

    Universities are seeing a rapidly growing interest in developing World Wide Web (WWW) implementations of classroom courses. In translating courses from a classroom environment to a WWW environment,... More

    pp. 131-148

  3. The World Wide Web in Engineering Team Projects

    Paul S. Chinowsky & Robin E. Goodman, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States

    The introduction of new communication technologies such as the World Wide Web (Web) is creating unique opportunities for engineering professionals to develop new coordination and communication... More

    pp. 149-162

  4. Teaching Through Adaptive Hypertext on the WWW

    Paul M.E. De Bra, Eindhoven University of Technology

    Since early 1994 the introductory course 2L670, Hypermedia Structures and Systems (, has been available on the World Wide Web (WWW) and is an optional part of the... More

    pp. 163-179

  5. Observations on Web-Based Course Development and Delivery

    T. Craig Montgomerie & Dwayne Harapnuik, University of Alberta, Canada

    In this paper we discuss the development and delivery of an award-winning credit course, The Internet: Communicating, Accessing, and Providing Information (Montgomerie & Harapnuik, 1996 http://www.... More

    pp. 181-203

  6. Un Meurtre à Cinet (Un homicidio en Toluca): A Web and Email Whodunit to Develop Writing Competence in Intermediate-Level Language Classes

    Walter C. Oliver & Terri Nelson, California State University, United States

    Un Meurtre à Cinet (Un homicidio en Toluca) is an intermediate-level language, role-playing project in which students collaborate to solve a murder mystery using email, a listserver, and a World... More

    pp. 205-217

  7. The World Wide Web as an Environment for Collaborative Research: An Experiment in Graduate Education

    John R. Wolcott & Joan E. Robertson, University of Washington, United States

    During the past 2 years the Internet has become an integral part of scholarly communication. However, it is difficult to find research which focuses on the educational potential and pitfalls of the... More

    pp. 219-236

  8. Frames-Based, Image-Oriented Instruction

    Joan E. Robertson & Cliff Solomon, University of Washington, United States

    The explosive development of the World Wide Web (WWW) in the late 1980s occurred concurrently with the development of the Integrated Advanced Information Management System (IAIMS) 1 initiative at... More

    pp. 237-259

  9. ClassNet: Managing the Virtual Classroom

    Mark J. Van Gorp & Pete Boysen, Iowa State University, United States

    Education continues to move on-line through the World Wide Web. Classrooms of students and teachers are no longer restricted by time or distance. ClassNet ( is a... More

    pp. 279-291