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Internet and Higher Education

2002 Volume 5, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Twenty-first century college syllabi: Options for online communication and interactivity

    Jack A. Cummings, Curtis J. Bonk & F.Robert Jacobs

    In this study, the World Lecture Hall provided an entry point to examine Web-based syllabi of current college courses offered in schools of education. An initial overview of the course syllabi in... More

    pp. 1-19

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  2. Experiences with reusable E-learning objects: From theory to practice

    Jeanette A Muzio, Tanya Heins & Roger Mundell

    The idea of creating E-learning courses by combining reusable E-learning objects (ELOs), stored in a database, is gathering momentum. There is, however, no one definition of what constitutes an ELO... More

    pp. 21-34

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  3. Exploring student perceptions of group interaction and class satisfaction in the web-enhanced classroom

    Michaela Driver

    This paper presents an exploratory study of a web-enhanced televised class encouraging learner–learner interaction in small online groups. The purpose of the study was to examine whether various... More

    pp. 35-45

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  4. Concurrent development and cost–benefit analysis of paper-based and digitized instructional material

    David Annand

    This article describes the simultaneous development of paper-based and digitized versions of a textbook and related instructional material used in an independent study, undergraduate introductory... More

    pp. 47-54

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  5. Net knowledge: Performance of new college students on an Internet skills proficiency test

    Nancy O'Hanlon

    This article reviews recent data on computing and information literacy (research) skills of new college students and describes results from an Internet skills proficiency test administered to... More

    pp. 55-66

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