Logging for Success: Advancing the Use of WWW Logs To Improve Computer Mediated Distance Learning
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 21, Number 4, ISSN 0735-6331
Discussion of learning environments for distance education based on the World Wide Web (WWW) focuses on how academic institutions can collect and analyze data in order to determine the effectiveness of computer mediated distance learning. Describes three models that use analyses of computerized log files, and presents a case study. (Author/LRW)
Peled, A. & Rashty, D. (1999). Logging for Success: Advancing the Use of WWW Logs To Improve Computer Mediated Distance Learning. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 21(4), 413.
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