Web-based instructional learning için kapak resmi
Başlık:
Web-based instructional learning
Dil:
English
ISBN:
9781931777223
Yayın Bilgileri:
Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), c2002.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
electronic texts (vii, 306 p. : ill.) : digital files.
İçerik:
1. Web-based learning and instruction / Valerie Morphew -- 2. Implementing corporate distance training using change management, strategic planning and project management / Zane Berge, Donna Smith -- 3. Three strategies for the use of distance learning technology in higher education / William Rayburn, Arkalgud Ramaprasad -- 4. Developing a learning environment / C. Adrian -- 5. Web-based education / A. Aggarwal, Regina Bento -- 6. Web-based teaching / Dushyanthi Hoole, S. Hoole -- 7. Cognitive effects of web page design / Louis Berry -- 8. Distance education in the online world / Stewart Marshall, Shirley Gregor -- 9. The consequences of e-learning / Henry Emurian -- 10. Student perceptions of virtual education / Anil Kumar, Poonam Kumar, Suvojit Basu -- 11. Online student practice quizzes and a database application to generate them / Gary Randolph, Dewey Swanson, Dennis Owen, Jeffrey Griffin -- 12. Classroom component of an online learning community / Julia Gerhard, Peter Mayr, Sabine Seufert -- 13. Using Lotus Learning Space to enhance student learning of data communication / Michael Dixon, Johan Karlsson, Tanya McGill -- 14. Development of a distance education internet-based foundation course for the MBA program / James LaBarre, E. Wilson -- 15. Web-based learning / Kathryn Marold, Gwynne Larsen, Abel Moreno -- 16. Audio and video streaming in online learning / P. Muraleedharan --

17. Relevant aspects for test delivery systems evaluation / Salvatore Valenti, Alessandro Cucciarelli, Maurizio Panti -- 18. An overview of agent technology and its application to subject management / Paul Darbyshire, Glenn Lowry -- 19. A comprehensive approach to teaching visual basic programming / Yun Wang -- 20. What do good designers know that we don't? / Morgan Jennings -- 21. Learning with multimedia cases in the information systems area / Rikke Orngreen, Paola Bielli -- 22. Who benefits from WWW presentation in the basics of informatics? / Pekka Makkonen -- 23. Towards an automatic massive course generation system / Ahmed Kandil, Ahmed El-Bialy, Khaled Wahba -- 24. A case study of one-to-one video-conferencing education over the internet / Hock Chan, Bernard Tan, Wei-Ping Tan.
Özet:
Advances in technology are making Web-based education (WBE) a reality, but there are still many questions that need to be answered. Can traditional university do a good job of WBE? What are the roles of instructors? Administrators? Students? What class size is feasible/relevant/optimal in WBE? How should students be evaluated in WBE? It is necessary for educators and trainers to constantly enhance their understanding of the issues, trends and opportunities associated with the area and its related technologies and their impact on educational systems, programs and particularly, students. These questions and more are addressed in this book.
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Advances in technology are making Web-based education (WBE) a reality, but there are still many questions that need to be answered. Can traditional university do a good job of WBE? What are the roles of instructors? Administrators? Students? What class size is feasible/relevant/optimal in WBE? How should students be evaluated in WBE? It is necessary for educators and trainers to constantly enhance their understanding of the issues, trends and opportunities associated with the area and its related technologies and their impact on educational systems, programs and particularly, students. These questions and more are addressed in Web-Based Instructional Learning.


İçindekiler

Mehdi Khosrow-Pour (Information Resources Management Association)Valerie N. Morphew (West Virginia Wesleyan College, USA)Zane L. Berge (University of Maryland-Baltimore County, USA) and Donna L. Smith (T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc., USA)William E. Rayburn (Austin Peay State University, USA) and Arkalgud Ramaprasad (Southern Illinois University, USA)C. Mitchell Adrian (Longwood College, USA)A. K. Aggarwal and Regina Bento (University of Baltimore, USA)Dushyanthi Hoole (Open University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka) and S. Ratnajeevan H. Hoole (University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka)Louis H. Berry (University of Pittsburgh, USA)Stewart Marshall (Central Queensland University, Australia) and Shirley Gregor (Australian National University, Australia)Henry H. Emurian (University of Maryland-Baltimore County, USA)Anil Kumar and Poonam Kumar and Suvojit Choton Basu (University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, USA)Gary B. Randolph and Dewey A. Swanson and Dennis O. Owen and Jeffrey A. Griffin (Purdue University, USA)Julia Gerhard and Peter Mayr and Sabine Seufert (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland)Michael W. Dixon (Murdoch University, Australia) and Johan M. Karlsson (Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden) and Tanya J. McGill (Murdoch University, Australia)James E. LaBarre (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, USA) and E. Vance Wilson (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA)Kathryn A. Marold and Gwynne Larsen and Abel Moreno (Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA)P. G. Muraleedharan (XStream Software India (P) Ltd., India)Salvatore Valenti and Alessandro Cucchiarelli and Maurizio Panti (University of Ancona, Italy)Paul Darbyshire and Glenn Lowry (Victoria University of Technology, Australia)Yun Wang (Mercy College, USA)Morgan Jennings (Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA)Rikke Orngreen (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark) and Paola Bielli (SDA Bocconi, Italy)Pekka Makkonen (University of Jyvaskyla)Ahmed H. Kandil and Ahmed El-Bialy and Khaled Wahba (Cairo University, Egypt)Hock C. Chan and Bernard C. Y. Tan and Wei-Ping Tan (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Forewordp. i
Prefacep. iii
Chapter 1 Web-Based Learning and Instruction: A Constructivist Approachp. 1
Chapter 2 Implementing Corporate Distance Training Using Change Management, Strategic Planning and Project Managementp. 15
Chapter 3 Three Strategies for the Use of Distance Learning Technology in Higher Educationp. 27
Chapter 4 Developing a Learning Environment: Applying Technology and TQM to Distance Learningp. 43
Chapter 5 Web-Based Educationp. 59
Chapter 6 Web-Based Teaching: Infrastructures Issues in the Third Worldp. 78
Chapter 7 Cognitive Effects of Web Page Designp. 90
Chapter 8 Distance Education in the Online World: Implications for Higher Educationp. 110
Chapter 9 The Consequences of e-Learningp. 125
Chapter 10 Student Perceptions of Virtual Education: An Exploratory Studyp. 132
Chapter 11 Online Student Practice Quizzes and a Database Application to Generate Themp. 142
Chapter 12 Classroom Component of an Online Learning Community: Case Study of an MBA Program at the University of St. Gallenp. 150
Chapter 13 Using Lotus Learning Space to Enhance Student Learning of Data Communicationsp. 163
Chapter 14 Development of a Distance Education Internet-Based Foundation Course for the MBA Programp. 172
Chapter 15 Web-Based Learning: Is It Working? A Comparison of Student Performance and Achievement in Web-Based Courses and Their In-Classroom Counterpartsp. 179
Chapter 16 Audio and Video Streaming in Online Learningp. 190
Chapter 17 Relevant Aspects for Test Delivery Systems Evaluationp. 203
Chapter 18 An Overview of Agent Technology and Its Application to Subject Managementp. 217
Chapter 19 A Comprehensive Approach to Teaching Visual Basic Programmingp. 228
Chapter 20 What Do Good Designers Know That We Don't?p. 235
Chapter 21 Learning with Multimedia Cases in the Information Systems Areap. 242
Chapter 22 Who Benefits from WWW Presentations in the Basics of Informatics?p. 252
Chapter 23 Towards an Automatic Massive Course Generation Systemp. 264
Chapter 24 A Case Study of One-to-One Video-Conferencing Education over the Internetp. 275
About the Editorp. 300
Indexp. 301