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E-Mail as an Effective Teaching Supplement
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Educational Technology Volume 34, Number 5, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

The use of electronic mail (e-mail) to facilitate communications between professors and students is presented. Examples of uses include announcements, students' questions, counseling, distribution of class assignments, quizzes, grade posting, homework hints, and attendance issues. Advantages and disadvantages are discussed. (SLW)

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Poling, D.J. (1994). E-Mail as an Effective Teaching Supplement. Educational Technology, 34(5), 53-55. Retrieved July 8, 2020 from .

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