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Making Sense of Academic Cyberspace: Case Study of an Electronic Classroom
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College Teaching Volume 45, Number 3, ISSN 8756-7555

Abstract

Describes the experience of Brown University (Rhode Island) in offering alumni a six-week electronic seminar, entirely text-driven, on drugs and drug policy in which course exchanges occurred with listserv software and electronic mail. Outlines the course's background and design, student demographics, technical support, dynamics of class discourse, and ways in which teaching and technology interacted. (MSE)

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Lewis, D.C., Treves, J.A. & Shaindlin, A.B. (1997). Making Sense of Academic Cyberspace: Case Study of an Electronic Classroom. College Teaching, 45(3), 96-100. Retrieved July 14, 2020 from .

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