Experiential Learning in International Business via the World Wide Web
Journal of Teaching in International Business Volume 14, Number 2, ISSN 0897-5930
Describes the implementation of Internet-based experiential projects within an international business classroom and summarizes students' perceptions and attitudes towards the assignments. While the projects were shown to increase students' international-business skills and abilities, students reported that the assignments were difficult and only mildly enjoyable. Discusses trends in business education and relates them to specific assignments designed to enhance learning outcomes. (EV)
Alon, I. (2003). Experiential Learning in International Business via the World Wide Web. Journal of Teaching in International Business, 14(2), 79-98.
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