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The book is intended for classroom professors and others engaged in the design and delivery of courses in higher education institutions. An important emphasis of the book is that resource-based courses that rely upon communication through information technology must have a firm foundation in appropriate models of teaching, learning and course development.
A useful addition to the book is the Web site that links to all of the resources contained or referenced in the book. The site allows users to connect with up-to-date resources to incorporate into their classes.. The book is easily readable, it allows readers to pick and choose the material that is most useful for their purposes. [It] is a useful and valuable addition to this burgeoning literature.
|About the authors|
|Series editor's foreword|
|1||A changing context - education and the Internet||7|
|2||Learning, teaching and course design with resource-based learning||29|
|3||Technologies of delivery and interaction on the Internet||52|
|4||Using the Internet: course development and delivery||66|
|5||Resources on the World Wide Web||82|
|6||Computer mediated communications for collaborative learning||100|
|7||Using the Internet: Computer Aided Assessment||125|
|9||Changing cultures in HE||156|
|10||Around the corner||170|