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International Journal of Educational Telecommunications

2000 Volume 6, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Designing Satellite Instruction for Elementary Students: Importance of the Classroom Teacher

    Charlotte N. Gunawardena, Constance A. Lowe, William Gregory Murrell, Frank Zittle, Patricia Boverie & Rebecca H. Zittle, University of New Mexico, United States

    The United States Department of Education Star Schools grant program funds innovative projects applying distance technology in education. One such grant resulting in the de-velopment of two... More

    pp. 107-122

  2. Self-Serving Communities: Their Contribution to Building Knowledge Infrastructures

    Yesha Y. Sivan, Klab.com and Tel Aviv University, Israel

    Knowledge management within an organization today depends on a solid, technologically-based knowledge infrastructure. One of the key components of a knowledge infrastructure is a virtual ... More

    pp. 123-140

  3. Learnet—A Model for Virtual Learning Communities in the World Wide Web

    Rafi Nachmias, David Mioduser, Orly Lahav & Avigail Oren, Tel-Aviv University, Israel

    Computer mediated communication (CMC), a central feature of cyberspace, is also a key resource for the creation of innovative technology-based educational environments. However, the real... More

    pp. 141-157

  4. Understanding the Dialogue Between Technological Innovations and Established Practices: A Two Year Study of The Development and Implementation of An Electronic Proposal Processing System 1

    Valerie L. Worthington, Richard Ferdig & Yong Zhao, Michigan State University, United States

    This paper reports on a two-year study of the development and implementation of an electronic proposal processing system into a large professional organization. The paper takes a fresh perspective ... More

    pp. 159-178

  5. The Networking Revolution for the New Millennium: Internet2 and Its Educational Implications

    Jiang (Joann) Lan, University of Alabama, United States; Jill Gemmill, UAB Telecommunications Services, United States

    Emerging academic requirements in research, teaching and learn-ing demand the development of advanced network technologies. The university community has joined force with government and industry... More

    pp. 179-198