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Journal of Educational Technology

2005 Volume 2, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Synchronizing with the Current Technology Trends

    Sanjay Gupta & Archana Gupta

    Software professionals have to synchronize themselves with the new cutting edge technologies or they may be phased out of their work. They can opt this through in-house training by an instructor,... More

    pp. 18-19

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  2. Blended Learning

    Deepak Halan

    Blended learning basically refers to using several methods for teaching. It can be thought to be a learning program where more than one delivery mode is being used with the ultimate goal of... More

    pp. 20-24

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  3. Next-Gen Search Engines

    Amardeep Gupta

    Current search engines--even the constantly surprising Google--seem unable to leap the next big barrier in search: the trillions of bytes of dynamically generated data created by individual web... More

    pp. 25-28

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  4. Implementing Online Learning: The Essence of Good Practice

    J M. McInnerney & T S. Roberts

    Despite thousands of courses being transferred wholly or partly to an online mode of delivery over the last decade, many institutions continue to get it badly wrong. This paper draws on the... More

    pp. 29-40

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  5. A Filtering Approach to Improving the Learning Blend

    Sharon A. Cox

    The effectiveness of blended learning is dependent upon the combination of learning activities, complemented by information communication technologies and the availability of opportunities for face... More

    pp. 42-51

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  6. From Blended to Online Learning: Components of the Gap

    Mohammad Issack Santally

    At the University of Mauritius, blended learning is defined as the application of technology to support a range of teaching and learning activities in courses that are mainly given to full-time... More

    pp. 52-59

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  7. Virtual Tutoring and Student Support Systems

    Jennifer Lee Geary

    Virtual tutoring and student support systems may be pivotal in developing opportunities of equality and of outcome for students who study at a distance. Cookson (2002) mentions that it is important... More

    pp. 60-72

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  8. Academic Web Authoring Mulitmedia Development and Course Management Tools

    Margaret E. Halloran

    Course management software enables faculty members to learn one software package for web-based curriculum, assessment, synchronous and asynchronous discussions, collaborative work, multimedia and... More

    pp. 73-101

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