Opera - A Student Experience in New Media
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Barek, W.G. (1999). Opera - A Student Experience in New Media. In Proceedings of WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet 1999 (pp. 1192-1193). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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New Media has been widely used to deliver course content to students, either over the internet, on CD-ROM or in hybrid CD-ROM/Web format. Yet, little work has been done that is helping students use New Media technologies to create content as a part of their learning experience. The class in this study consisted of 18 students in the Visual and Performing Arts Programme. Very few had previous exposure to computers beyond the standard word processing. The professor teaching the course was not a computer savvy person, but was willing to experiment with New Media, adjust the lecture style and change her evaluation methods. From the onset of the course it was planned to include a media specialist who would provide all the technical support and train students on the use of the New Media.
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