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WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues

2000 Volume 2, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Collecting User Requirements in a Virtual Population: A Case Study

    ELIZABETH HANST, JUDAH BUCHWALTER, JENNIFER PREECE & Jonathan Lazar

    When developing an information system, it is important to develop a system that can meet the needs of the users. Requirements gathering is traditionally performed through site visits or other face-... More

    pp. 20-27

  2. An Adaptive Hypermedia System for Improving an Organization’s Customer Support

    TIMOTHY R. SCHMOYER & BERNARD J. JANSEN

    Using the paradigm of adaptive hypermedia along with usability design techniques, an adaptive hypermedia system was developed that automated the customer support tasks of an organization charged... More

    pp. 28-33

  3. Collaborative Learning in an Internet Graduate Course: A Case Study Analysis

    PATRICIA COMEAUX & MARY ANNE NIXON

    As educators transition their courses from a traditional classroom to an Internet learning environment, a paramount concern is maintaining the essentials of a collaborative learning environment. In... More

    pp. 34-43

  4. Conflict Management among Adult Learners in the Computer-mediated Environment

    SHAHRON WILLIAMS VAN ROOIJ

    Working adults seeking to develop professionally and pursue a pattern of growth through lifelong learning often select computer-mediated instruction as an alternative to the time-and-place... More

    pp. 45-51

  5. Proposal of an Integrated Tool Involving Multiple Technologies for the Development of Courses on the Web

    WILSON BITTENCOURT VICENTINI, Elaine Harada Teixeira De Oliveira & RAFAEL HUMBERTO SCAPIN

    Distance Education (DE) is a type of education where students interact with an instructor outside of the classroom confines (Gonçalves, 1996; Little & Venkatesh, 1995; Perraton, 1988; Relan &... More

    pp. 52-56