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Internet and Higher Education

1998 Volume 1, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. The teaching of religion: Moral integrity in a technological context

    Katy Campbell & Ehud Ben-Zvi

    This article describes the re-design and evaluation of a full-year undergraduate course, An Introduction to the World's Religions, from a traditional lecture-based model to a Web-based format. The ... More

    pp. 169-190

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  2. How Educators find education resources on the Internet: A discussion of independent search behaviors by graduate education students

    John F. LeBaron, Joyce T. Gibson, Dorothy M. Burke & Patrick A. Scollin

    The potential of the Internet for research-based teaching is producing an explosion of interest among educators. Network novices are challenged by finding relevant, curriculum-appropriate resources... More

    pp. 191-201

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  3. Toward a partnership model for Web-Based learning

    Colla J. MacDonald & Martha A. Gabriel

    The Partnership Learning Model was designed for a specific program with great market demand—Management Education and Training in the Advanced Technology Sector. The Model will be distinct through... More

    pp. 203-216

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  4. Teaching with the Internet

    Terri L. Herron

    The business environment is changing because of the Internet. The explosion of information available on the Internet has put business faculty in a quandary. We are challenged with training leaders ... More

    pp. 217-222

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  5. Incorporating the Internet into the marketing classroom: Problems, opportunities and thoughts

    Melodie R. Phillips & Veronica Horton

    This paper examines the current state of integration and research regarding the use of the Internet in marketing education. This investigation summarizes some of the opportunities and difficulties ... More

    pp. 223-230

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  6. Networked Pedagogy: Some misperceptions

    Robert Hauptman

    pp. 231-234

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  7. Comments on Networked Pedagogy

    Richard L. Hannah

    pp. 235-238

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