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Web Environments for Group-Based Project Work in Higher Education International Journal of Educational Telecommunications(IJET)3:2, 1997
We discuss problems confronting the use of group-based project work as an instructional strategy in higher education and describe two courses in which course-specific World Wide Web (Web) environments have evolved over a series of course sequences...
The TeleTOP Method at the University of Twente International Journal of Educational Telecommunications(IJET)5:4, 1999
At the Faculty of Educational Science and Technology, University of Twente in The Netherlands, pioneer faculty members have been making innovative use of World Wide Web (WWW)-based course support sites since 1994. In 1996, seven instructors were...
Re-Usable Learning Objects in Context International Journal on E-Learning(IJEL)2:4, 2003
While the idea of reusing educational software is not new, a new wave of interest is occurring based on the idea of reusable learning objects. A major trend in company training settings is to think of reusability in terms of externally produced...
Implementing Innovative Teaching Across the Faculty via the WWW Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) 1998:1
From the mass media to the scholarly press, a common theme in the last several years has been that educational practice must change. Learning must become more learner-centered; educational offerings must be more flexible, more individualized;...
E-Learning: What can the Corporate Sector and Higher Ed Learn from Each Other? World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education(ELEARN)2003:1
What is changing in terms of learning in the corporate sector and in higher education? Is the role of e-learning more or less the same, or substantially different? In what ways can these sectors learn from each other in terms of strategic, efficient,...
How Do Instructors Design A WWW-Based Course-Support Environment? World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)1999:1
After one year (1997-1998) of working extensively with our instructors,
particularly all of those responsible for our first-year courses, 17 courses required for all
students and several senior elective courses (3) are now using their tailored...
New Pedagogies and Re-Usable Learning Objects: Toward a Different Role for an LMS World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)2002:1
While the idea of reusing objects in digital learning environments is not new, continual strides are being made toward improving the prospects of reusability. A major trend in company training settings is to think of reusability in terms of a LMS ...
Strategies for Reuse of Learning Objects: Context Dimensions International Journal on E-Learning(IJEL)5:1, 2006
Based on research in ten projects in a university, corporate learning, and military context, a set of dimensions is found that can help decision makers to develop strategies for reuse (Strijker, 2004). This article describes how these dimensions and ...
Linking Organizational Knowledge and Learning World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)2001:1
Universities and corporate training centers are under pressure to offer
increasingly flexible as well as individually relevant learning. Instead of trying to develop a
stream of Web-based courses to run parallel to "business as usual" courses, a...
Preface International Journal of Educational Telecommunications(IJET)5:4, 1999
The Special Issue developed as a result of the ED-MEDIA '99 Pre-Conference Seminar, "Systems for World Wide Web (WWW)-Based Course Support: Technical, Pedagogical, and Institutional Options," held on June 20, 1999 in Seattle, Washington.
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