Internet Web-based Course Delivery: Experiences from Both Sides of the Computer
Larry Hudson, Tom Kubala, Robert Paugh, Barbara Truman, Tom Bayston, Rafael Ramos, Damian Torino, David E. Kraushaar, Barbara McAdoo, Craig Bloethner
Journal of Educational Media and Library Sciences Volume 35, Number 1, ISSN 1013-090X
Presents perspectives of teaching and learning via Internet-based courses. The courses discussed use the Web as a delivery system, not as the primary content. Describes courses offered and course organization; instructors' perspectives--from traditional distance education teaching to Web-based teaching; the role of Web consultants; and student perspectives. (AEF)
Hudson, L., Kubala, T., Paugh, R., Truman, B., Bayston, T., Ramos, R., Torino, D., Kraushaar, D.E., McAdoo, B. & Bloethner, C. (1997). Internet Web-based Course Delivery: Experiences from Both Sides of the Computer. Journal of Educational Media and Library Sciences, 35(1), 25-37.