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Cybercasting SCDEs: A 1999 Review


American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education Annual Meeting,


This paper discusses the use of the World Wide Web (WWW) by schools, colleges, and departments of education (SCDEs), focusing on such topics as the applications of online courses, program evaluation for distance learning, and future integration of educational technology in teacher education curriculum. The paper also discusses the development of a webpage that will catalog the innovative uses of the WWW by members of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Information is placed in the context of social issues generated by the use of information technologies. The paper explains that most schools of education currently use the WWW in a variety of ways. The paper provides a 1999 review of cybercasting SCDEs, a listing of exemplary features on SCDE webpages for 1999, and a listing of additional online review sites. It makes four conclusions about the various SCDE websites and suggests that in designing a website for an SCDE, clarity of navigation is essential. (SM)


Stoloff, D.L. & Mach, N. (1999). Cybercasting SCDEs: A 1999 Review. Presented at American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education Annual Meeting 1999. Retrieved May 9, 2021 from .

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