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Internet Web-based Course Delivery: Experiences from Both Sides of the Computer
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Journal of Educational Media and Library Sciences Volume 35, Number 1, ISSN 1013-090X

Abstract

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 traditional distance education teaching to Web-based teaching; the role of Web consultants; and student perspectives. (AEF)

Citation

Hudson, L., Kubala, T., Paugh, R., Truman, B., Bayston, T., Ramos, R., Torino, D., Kraushaar, D.E., McAdoo, B. & Bloethner, C. (1997). Internet Web-based Course Delivery: Experiences from Both Sides of the Computer. Journal of Educational Media and Library Sciences, 35(1), 25-37. Retrieved February 16, 2019 from .

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