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International Journal of Educational Telecommunications

1997 Volume 3, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Computer Conferencing and the On-Line Classroom

    Zane L. Berge, University of Maryland Baltimore County, United States

    The union of telecommunication technologies and computer networks has given us new tools to support teaching and learning. Taken together, these tools can be used for computer-mediated... More

    pp. 3-21

  2. Creating Asynchronous Learning Networks in Mathematics, Science, and Engineering Courses for Home-Based Learners

    John Sener, Northern Virginia Community College, United States

    Northern Virginia Community College's (NVCC) Extended Learning Institute (ELI) and faculty at NVCC's Annandale campus are developing distance education engineering, mathematics, chemistry, and... More

    pp. 23-39

  3. Asynchronous Interaction Method for a Remote Teleteaching Session

    Lassaâd Gannoun & Philippe Dubois, Institut Eurécom, France; Jacques Labetoulle

    We present a method for an asynchronous interaction during a remote teleteaching session. In a synchronous teleteaching session, the professor can view the work of students and then correct it.... More

    pp. 41-59

  4. Building Partnerships Between Preservice and Inservice Teachers: A Project Facilitated by Interactive Videoconferencing

    Lauren Cifuentes, Stephen Sivo & Tom Reynolds, Texas A&M University, United States

    In this study we describe participants' reactions to a school/university partnership facilitated by two-way, interactive video and identify variables that promote and/or limit such partnerships.... More

    pp. 61-82

  5. Analysis of Feedback From an “Authentic” Outside-The-Classroom Audience on High School Fiction Writing: Validation of a Theoretical Model

    Nathan Bos, Umdl Teaching & Learning Group, University of Michigan, United States

    Students can develop writing skills and a sense of audience by publishing their work on the World Wide Web and receiving feedback from outside readers. This paper is both a theoretical test of a... More

    pp. 83-98