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International Journal of Educational Telecommunications

2000 Volume 6, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Virtually Field-Based Teacher Education: Can It Work?

    Lauren Cifuentes & Yu-Chih Doris Shih, Texas A&M University, United States

    We asked, "Can virtual meetings via interactive videoconfer-encing systems and desktop videoconferencing systems be as rewarding as face-to-face meetings?" One hundred and two preservice teachers... More

    pp. 287-302

  2. Communicating and Sharing in Cyberspace— University Faculty Use of Internet Resources

    Yu-Mei Wang & Arlene Cohen, University of Guam, United States

    The Internet, one of the most powerful tools ever invented in human history, has changed both the way people communi-cate with each other, and the way information is accessed. Universities and... More

    pp. 303-315

  3. A Study of Factors Influencing Students’ Perceived Learning in a Web-Based Course Environment

    Mingming Jiang, Western Governors University, United States; and Evelyn Ting, Empire State College, United States

    The study was designed to identify factors that might influ-ence students' perceived learning in 19 Web-based courses. Qualitative and quantitative methods were employed for the collection of data ... More

    pp. 317-338

  4. Non-Restricted Asynchronous Web-Based Forums: A Study of Preservice Science Teachers’ Attitudes

    Alec Bodzin, Lehigh University, United States

    This study investigated the purposeful use of asynchronous telecommunications in a science education methods/curricu-lum course involving the use of a nonrestrictive, public Web-based forum with... More

    pp. 363-392