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Journal of College Teaching & Learning

September 2007 Volume 4, Number 9

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Supporting Lifelong Learning in the Information Age

    Wei Zhou, Takami Yasuda & Shigeki Yokoi

    Many countries are considering lifelong learning, which is becoming an important education goal, and promoting lifelong learning in the information age. With the development of Information and... More

    pp. 11-18

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  2. The Management of Testing in Distance Learning Environments

    Marian C. Schultz, James T. Schultz & James Gallogly

    In 2004 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University transitioned from proctored examinations for distance learning courses to online examinations that are not proctored. The purpose of this study was to... More

    pp. 19-26

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  3. A Survey of Knowledge Management Skills Acquisition in an Online Team-Based Distributed Computing Course

    Jennifer D. E. Thomas

    This paper investigates students' perceptions of their acquisition of knowledge management skills, namely thinking and team-building skills, resulting from the integration of various resources and ... More

    pp. 39-46

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  4. Teaching Managerial Economics in MBA Programs: A Survey of AACSB Colleges

    Bharat Kolluri & Rao Singamsett

    There is a significant variation in the managerial economics course in terms of the prerequisites, contents and delivery in the MBA programs of AACSB [Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of... More

    pp. 47-54

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  5. First Year Students Understanding of Elementary Concepts in Differential Calculus in a Computer Laboratory Teaching Environment

    K Naidoo & R Naidoo

    This paper focuses on blended learning in mathematics I module in elementary calculus, at a University of Technology. A computer laboratory was used to create a learning environment that promoted... More

    pp. 55-70

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  6. Creating Online Worlds: The Future of Student Work

    Rodney P. Riegle

    In the 20th century, student work was dominated by paper-print assignments, particularly essays. This was a reflection of the dominant media technology of that century--books, magazines, newspapers... More

    pp. 85-88

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