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Journal of Experiential Education

1999 Volume 22, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Both Promise and Peril: Information Technology and Experiential Education

    L Allison Stringer

    Because new information-age learning models incorporate experiential education theories and practices, integration of information technology is an opportunity to integrate experiential methods.... More

    pp. 61-70

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  2. "Nothing Important To Communicate": Some Reflections on the Irrelevance of Information Technology

    James M. Glover

    Our fascination with technology's ability to process information and the resulting glut of information gets in the way of attaining wisdom, the highest level of learning. Information technology may... More

    pp. 71-73

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  3. Cyberjunctions: Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace

    Jeanne E. McCarty

    Describes a web-based clearinghouse for information relevant to an experiential learning program in Afro-American Studies at the University of Maryland. The interactive, online learning community... More

    pp. 74-79

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  4. Computers in Experiential Education: The Learners' Perspective

    Kathleen Hester & Jude Hirsch

    Two graduate courses in outdoor education administration were altered to integrate computer technology in ways that might enhance experiential learning. Student reactions indicated that if... More

    pp. 80-84

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