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Appropriate Educational Applications of the World Wide Web Today

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Mid-Western Educational Researcher Volume 11, Number 4, ISSN 1056-3997


Arguments relevant to higher education institutions and their faculty are discussed for delaying versus going ahead with development of Web pages and their related technologies. A model is outlined for logical progression of educational Web development in four phases: experimentation, template development, reexamination and redevelopment, and innovation. An organizational "toolkit" approach that supports faculty efforts is described. (SV)


Malm, L.D., Malone, B.G., Nay, F.W., Oliver, B.E., Saunders, N.G. & Thompson, J.C. (1998). Appropriate Educational Applications of the World Wide Web Today. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 11(4), 19-23. Retrieved April 12, 2021 from .

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