Teaching with the Internet
Internet and Higher Education Volume 1, Number 3, ISSN 1096-7516 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
The business environment is changing because of the Internet. The explosion of information available on the Internet has put business faculty in a quandary. We are challenged with training leaders of the future in how to tap into valuable Internet resources while just barely mastering the technology and its scope ourselves. This article discusses ways to use the Internet as a pedagogical tool in a higher education setting. Incorporation of the Internet into the curriculum is illustrated by examining the use of an on-line textbook, an Internet-based project, and other Internet applications, as used in a graduate accounting information systems course.
Herron, T.L. (1998). Teaching with the Internet. Internet and Higher Education, 1(3), 217-222. Elsevier Ltd.
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