Web-Based Education

Web-Based Education

by Anil Aggarwal
     
 

ISBN-10: 159140102X

ISBN-13: 9781591401025

Pub. Date: 07/01/2002

Publisher: IGI Global

During the past two decades, telecommunication and Web-enabled technologies have combined to create a new field of knowledge known as "Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies." The main objective of Web-Based Education: Learning from Experience is to learn from faculty experiences gained while implementing and utilizing these technologies. The book

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During the past two decades, telecommunication and Web-enabled technologies have combined to create a new field of knowledge known as "Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies." The main objective of Web-Based Education: Learning from Experience is to learn from faculty experiences gained while implementing and utilizing these technologies. The book addresses many trends and issues associated with Web-Based Education, and explores the opportunities and problems confronting colleges and universities to effectively utilize and manage Web-Based Education in their teaching environments.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781591401025
Publisher:
IGI Global
Publication date:
07/01/2002
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
490
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.06(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Ch. IA Guide to eCourse Management: The Stakeholders' Perspectives1
Ch. IIA Comprehensive Web-Based Learning Framework: Toward Theoretical Diversity24
Ch. IIINew Issues Arising From E-Education36
Ch. IVWeb-Based Learning: Experience-Based Research49
Ch. VWeb-Based Education in the 21st Century: A Transnational Perspective71
Ch. VIPreproduction Stages in Multimedia Development: Conceptualization and Script Writing90
Ch. VIIPeer-to-Peer Networks as Extensions of Web-Based Education - Handhelds in Support of Coordination and Autonomy105
Ch. VIIIBeyond the Web: Leveraging Multiple Internet Technologies120
Ch. IXWeb Design Studio: A Preliminary Experiment in Facilitating Faculty Use of the Web131
Ch. XParticipation: The Online Challenge156
Ch. XIWeb-Based Student Assessment165
Ch. XIIA Web-Based Platform to Mentor Distance Learners189
Ch. XIIICommunication Needs of Online Students203
Ch. XIVeLearning Support Systems223
Ch. XVProgram Execution and Visualization on the Web236
Ch. XVIForum Performance in WBE: Causes and Effects260
Ch. XVIIUsing Information Technology to Meet Electronic Commerce and MIS Education Demands280
Ch. XVIIIUsing Web-Based Technology to Support and Enchance the Learning Experience in a Community-Llearning Projects Course292
Ch. XIXVirtual Science Centers: Web-Based Environments for Promotion of Nonformal Science Education308
Ch. XXThe Use of a Hybrid Model in Web-Based Education: "The Global Campus Project"331
Ch. XXIA Comparative Study of Diffusion of Web-Based Education (WBE) in Singapore and Australia347
Ch. XXIIRelevant Issues for the Design of a Successful Web-Based Education into Classical Education398
Ch. XXIIIIntegrating Online Educational Activities in Traditional Courses: University-wide Lessons after Three Years415
Ch. XXVAn Evaluation of Web-Based Education at a Finnish University440
About the Authors454
Index464

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