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Paradigms for the New Millenium: How Professors Will Certainly Change!

Educational Media International Volume 36, Number 2, ISSN 0952-3987


Discusses the integration of technology into the learning environment and considers how best to equip the teacher of the future to accommodate such changes. Summarizes the findings of student and teacher reactions to online Web-based courses at the University of Central Florida and suggests further research. (Author/LRW)


Cornell, R. (1999). Paradigms for the New Millenium: How Professors Will Certainly Change!. Educational Media International, 36(2), 89-96. Retrieved February 16, 2019 from .

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