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Some Experiences of Using an Electronic Discussion List in a Course Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)1995:1
A semester in universities in the United States is approximately seventeen weeks long. Classes generally meet for sixteen weeks, and the last week of the semester is usually designated as ‘finals week’ or the week when final exams are held and...
Survey of Students Who Participated in Discussions on a List Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)1996:1
Many university professors have started incorporating discussion lists into the courses they teach. However, since the use of electronic discussion lists in courses is a relatively new phenomenon, not much literature exists on the topic. For example,...
The Use of Tweets in Formal and Informal Educational Settings World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education(ELEARN)2010:1
Twitter is a popular site and service for sending and receiving messages, called ‘tweets,’ that are less than 140 characters in length. The purpose of this symposium is to report the results of a qualitative investigation of how tweets are being...
A Graduate Track in Learning Technologies Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2001:1
A graduate level specialty track in learning technologies was approved in 1998 in
the College of Education at Florida International University. It is offered as a track under the
Master of Science in Urban Education degree program. The first group ...
Creating an Electronic Dialogue Science and Children (ISSN-0036-8148) 34:3
Describes the use of electronic mail discussion lists for students in science methods courses as an attempt at ensuring that preservice teachers are able to use electronic educational technology in teaching science. (JRH)
Science Education Resources on the Web--Spiders Journal of College Science Teaching (ISSN-0047-231X) 27:2
Lists Web sites containing information on spiders and offers brief descriptions of the information available at those sites. The 11 sites provide information on taxonomy of spiders, anatomy, different ways spiders use silk, Internet mailing lists,...
Comparing Web-Based and Classroom-Based Learning: A Quantitative Study Journal of Research on Computing in Education (ISSN-0888-6504) 34:2
Compared the achievement of preservice teachers in two sections of a course on teaching English to speakers of other languages, one taught in a traditional classroom setting and the other offered online. Findings suggest that students in the Web...