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Internet and Higher Education

Volume 2, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Critical Inquiry in a Text-Based Environment: Computer Conferencing in Higher Education

    D.Randy Garrison, Terry Anderson & Walter Archer

    The purpose of this study is to provide conceptual order and a tool for the use of computer-mediated communication (CMC) and computer conferencing in supporting an educational experience. Central... More

    pp. 87-105

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  2. Internet Usage in Undergraduate Management Science and Operations Management Courses

    Roger J Gagnon & Ravi Krovi

    We surveyed 1,353 professors to learn if and how they use the Internet in instructing their introductory undergraduate management science (MS) and operations management (OM) courses. We surveyed... More

    pp. 107-118

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  3. Exploring Discount Usability Methods to Assess the Suitability of Online Course Delivery Products

    Rosemary Hayes

    Increasingly, universities are providing instruction supported by or entirely delivered through the World Wide Web. Numerous applications are available for the development and delivery of online... More

    pp. 119-134

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  4. Developing Asynchronous MBA Courses in the World Wide Web

    Kenneth A Dunning, B.S Vijayaraman, Peter Turk & David Durst

    This article describes the use of the Internet and the World Wide Web for the asynchronous delivery of MBA coursework. The planning and implementation processes are described, as are resources used... More

    pp. 135-144

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  5. Assessment of the Adult Student's Progress in an Online Environment

    Ginger L. Rosenkrans

    Communications technologies (i.e., Internet, videoconferencing, etc.) have propelled distance education to a vibrant and burgeoning field. Online education, which is centered on the use of the... More

    pp. 145-160

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  6. Preparing Students to Take Online Interactive Courses

    Suzanne Stokes

    Electronic communication and World Wide Web skill levels for graduate students entering a Master of Science in Education degree program with online components were examined before and after... More

    pp. 161-169

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  7. Online Focus Group: A Tool to Evaluate Online Students' Course Experience

    Dominique Monolescu & Catherine Schifter

    This study suggests that virtual focus groups can be used as a powerful research tool to evaluate students' online course experiences. Students taking courses through the Internet want to be in... More

    pp. 171-176

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  8. Interview: Online With Dr. John A. Scigliano, Part 2

    L Dringus

    pp. 177-183

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