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Technology for Education and Training International Conference 1999 (Jun 11, 1999)
World Wide Web-based college courses offer opportunities for adult students to continue their education and earn a degree if they so desire. The flexibility of this technology allows students to log on and learn whenever they have the time, and the...
Oxford Round Table 2002 (2002)
By far the greatest impact from technology on higher education has been made by the World Wide Web. The Web has become ubiquitous and skill in using it is now assumed in higher education. This document offers examples of the impact of the Web at the ...
Annual Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching Alternatives 1998 (October 1998)
A study examined a variety of student support services and four areas for student success from the viewpoint of World Wide Web-based learners in the University of Central Florida College of Education, Vocational Education area. A two-part on-line...
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2003 (2003) pp. 1312–1315
Educational programs delivered via the Internet are no longer the wave of the future-the wave has arrived at our educational shores. The recent proliferation of single courses, as well as fully web-based academic programs, has been phenomenal. An...
Supporting Adult Students in Web-Based Courses: Real Examples for Serving Non-Traditional, Adult, and Minority Students
Adult Learner Conference 1998 (1998)
A variety of educational practices are used to support adult learners (who are part-time learners and full-time workers as teachers or trainers) in fully World Wide Web-delivered college courses at the University of Central Florida. Use of the Web...
Journal of Marketing Education Vol. 31, No. 1 (2009) pp. 76–85
The Google Online Marketing Challenge is an ongoing collaboration between Google and academics, to give students experiential learning. The Challenge gives student teams US$200 in AdWords, Google's flagship advertising product, to develop online...
Larry Hudson; Tom Kubala; Robert Paugh; Barbara Truman; Tom Bayston; Rafael Ramos; Damian Torino; David E. Kraushaar; Barbara McAdoo; Craig Bloethner
Journal of Educational Media and Library Sciences Vol. 35, No. 1 (1997) pp. 25–37
Presents perspectives of teaching and learning via Internet-based courses. The courses discussed use the Web as a delivery system, not as the primary content. Describes courses offered and course organization; instructors' perspectives--from...