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Internet and Higher Education

1998 Volume 1, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Is the revolution now over, or has it just begun? A year of the internet in higher education

    Michael H. Harris

    The author examines Nicolas Negroponte's contention that the IT revolution is over in the light of their experience with the first year of the "Internet and Higher Education". He concludes that the... More

    pp. 243-251

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  2. Searching the Web: New Tools—New Dilemmas

    Robert N. Ronau, Steve Ryan & Beth Stroble

    Drawing on their experiences as researchers and teacher educators, the authors discuss issues concerning student research that uses web-based references. This article describes ways the authors: 1)... More

    pp. 253-262

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  3. “Strategy redundancy” and its impact on the effectiveness of technology-enhanced instruction: A case study

    Isabel Borras

    In this study, eight teachers and three college students involved in a graduate-level Internet course developed skill in using Internet tools and authoring webware materials. The course followed a ... More

    pp. 263-80

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  4. Teaching in the 21 st century

    Catherine C. Schifter

    One of the hottest topics in higher education today is distance or distributed education (DE)—whether to get into it or not, whether it's as good as traditional in-class education or not, what... More

    pp. 281-290

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  5. Speed-bumps on the on-ramp to the information highway: Going online at average U

    Lori E. Amy

    Many universities are still struggling to put a technology infrastructure in place. This article is particularly concerned with the means by which English teachers in institutions with technology... More

    pp. 291-303

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  6. The use of the internet in university teacher training

    Inge Blatt, Wilfried Hartmann & Andreas Voss

    Education students often complain about the style of learning practiced at universities. In addition to theoretical knowledge, they want to gain more experience with “real” students. We are... More

    pp. 305-315

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