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WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues

2000 Volume 2, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. What Metadata and XML Can Do for Learning Objects

    YOLAINE BOURDA & MARC HÉLIER

    In this article, a short review of the new trends in Learning Objects is outlined. Due to outdated working methods, electronic educational documentation (on the Web or not) is still in its infancy.... More

    pp. 24-31

  2. E-commerce Across International Borders: A Personal Experience

    CHRISTOS J. GEORGIOU

    E-commerce has gone beyond the stage of discussion and it is now being broadly implemented. Within the past year, a large number of companies in the United States have become e-commerce enabled.... More

    pp. 32-37

  3. The Design and Implementation of a Web-Based Knowledge Repository for Capturing and Leveraging Intellectual Capital

    MARK SALISBURY

    This article introduces an example project to demonstrate the use of a Web-Based knowledge repository for capturing the expertise of individuals and making it available to other members of the... More

    pp. 38-45

  4. The Theory of HyperText

    BRIAN BROWN

    This article attempts to underpin hypertext development with theory. It is the view of the author that much hypertext and web page development can be improved, if the authors understand associated ... More

    pp. 46-51

  5. Flowing in the Internet, Motivation in Web Navigation and Communication

    TOM S. CHAN

    The World Wide Web (Web) represents a tremendous opportunity to redefine our notions of both education and commerce. This new technology poses a tremendous burden on the designer. While it allows a... More

    pp. 52-59

  6. Bridging Technology and Pedagogy: Interdisciplinary Computing & Composition

    FADI P. DEEK, MAURA A. DEEK & ROBERT S. FRIEDMAN

    In this article we first describe problem-solving and program development pedagogy (Deek, 1997), which has been used in freshman level computer and information science courses at the New Jersey... More

    pp. 60-67