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AACE Journal

April 2005 Volume 13, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. The Educated Blogger: Using Weblogs to Promote Literacy in the Classroom

    David Huffaker, Georgetown University, United States

    This paper explores the role of weblogs in promoting literacy in classroom settings. Literacy remains paramount in learning, not only for language development, but also as the foundation of all... More

    pp. 91-98

  2. Social Processes and Pedagogy in Online Learning

    Lindsay Hewson, Director, Educational Media Unit, Australia; Chris Hughes, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, Australia

    Online learning environments offer efficient ways of interconnecting group members and satisfying their communicative needs. However, learning does not proceed through shared communication alone;... More

    pp. 99-125

  3. Developing an online "Code of Conduct"

    Jennifer Summerville, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, United States

    There are an increasing number of classes being offered via the World Wide Web. Although much of the information that we review regarding online learning seems positive, difficulties can arise. ... More

    pp. 127-136

  4. Learning Features in an Open, Flexible and Distributed Environment

    Badrul Khan, George Washington University, United States

    The Internet, supported by various digital technologies, is well-suited for open, flexible and distributed e-learning. Designing and delivering instruction and training on the Internet requires... More

    pp. 137-153

  5. Making It Real: Sim-School a Backdrop for Contextualizing Teacher Preparation

    Jean Ann Foley & Gretchen McAllister, Northern Arizona University, United States

    Researchers and teacher educators have called for contextualizing the learning of pedagogy and content within the complex context of schools. This account provides an overview of a web-based... More

    pp. 159-177

  6. Integration of e-Management, e-Development and e-Learning Technologies for Blended Course Delivery

    Lynn E. Johnson & Michael Tang, University of Colorado at Denver, United States

    ** Invited as a paper from E-Learn 2003 ** This paper describes and assesses a pre-engineering curriculum development project called Foundations of Engineering, Science and Technology (FEST). FEST... More

    pp. 185-199