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Issues in Web-based pedagogy [electronic resource] : a critical primer / edited by Robert A. Cole.

Contributor(s): Cole, Robert A, 1958-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Greenwood educators' reference collection: Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2000Description: 1 online resource (xii, 414 p.) : charts.ISBN: 0585392005 (electronic bk.); 9780585392004 (electronic bk.); 0313005419; 9780313005411.Subject(s): Education, Higher -- Computer network resources | Internet in education | Education, Higher -- Computer-assisted instruction | EDUCATION -- Higher | Electronic books | Enseignement sup�erieur -- Ressources Internet | Internet en �education | Enseignement sup�erieur -- Enseignement assist�e par ordinateur | Humaniora P�dagogikGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Issues in Web-based pedagogy.DDC classification: 378.1/73/4 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Expectations exploded / R. Stanton Hales -- Using the internet for teaching and research: a political evaluation / Michael Margolis -- The web, the millennium, and the digital evolution of distance education / David C. Leonard -- Critical reflections: political philosophy and web technology / John Steel -- Communication technologies in an educational environment: lessons from a historical perspective / Patrick B. O'Sullivan -- When and where appropriate: lessons from "foreign" contexts for the pedagogical use of web-based technologies in the United States / Julian Kilker -- From rhetoric to technology: a transformation from citizens into consumers / Laura Blasi and Walter F. Heinecke -- Is there a professor in this class? / David C. Paris -- Where is every-body? / Paulette Robinson -- Transforming professionals via the web: promoting social justice in web-based ethics education for counselors / Marvin J. McDonald -- The roles and interrelationships of presence, reflection, and self-directed learning in effective world wide web-based pedagogy / Sherry Wulff, Joan Hanor, and Robert J. Bulik -- Using the web to create student-centered curriculum / Bijan B. Gillani -- The scholarship of web-based teaching / Martha Daugherty, Autumn Grubb, Jude Hirsch, and H.L. "Lee" Gillis -- Creating an environment for successful technology integration / Kay S. Dennis -- The "time" factor in on-line teaching: implications for faculty and their universities / Claudine SchWeber -- Seven principles for good practice in teaching and technology / Alec M. Testa -- Copyright and web-based education: what all faculty should know / David W. Throne -- Using the web in live lectures: examples and issues / Graeme Lang -- Untangling the web: developing web-enhanced instruction for political science / Donald L. Goff -- The promise, and potential pitfalls, of cyberlearning / Peter Navarro -- Preparing higher education learners for success on the web / May Lowry, Christine Thornam, and Cason T. White -- A hierarchy of access issues affecting on-line participation by community college students / Allan Craig Lauzon, Tricia Bertram Gallant, and Susan Rimkus -- On-line is on target for motivated learners / Michael S. Ameigh -- Teaching research skills using the internet / Mark Gellis -- Tearing down barriers and building communities: pedagogical strategies for the web-based environment / Autumn Grubb and Margaret Hines -- Facilitating on-line discussion in an asynchronous format / Tisha Bender -- Web-based instruction and people with disabilities / Sheryl Burgstahler.
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Expectations exploded / R. Stanton Hales -- Using the internet for teaching and research: a political evaluation / Michael Margolis -- The web, the millennium, and the digital evolution of distance education / David C. Leonard -- Critical reflections: political philosophy and web technology / John Steel -- Communication technologies in an educational environment: lessons from a historical perspective / Patrick B. O'Sullivan -- When and where appropriate: lessons from "foreign" contexts for the pedagogical use of web-based technologies in the United States / Julian Kilker -- From rhetoric to technology: a transformation from citizens into consumers / Laura Blasi and Walter F. Heinecke -- Is there a professor in this class? / David C. Paris -- Where is every-body? / Paulette Robinson -- Transforming professionals via the web: promoting social justice in web-based ethics education for counselors / Marvin J. McDonald -- The roles and interrelationships of presence, reflection, and self-directed learning in effective world wide web-based pedagogy / Sherry Wulff, Joan Hanor, and Robert J. Bulik -- Using the web to create student-centered curriculum / Bijan B. Gillani -- The scholarship of web-based teaching / Martha Daugherty, Autumn Grubb, Jude Hirsch, and H.L. "Lee" Gillis -- Creating an environment for successful technology integration / Kay S. Dennis -- The "time" factor in on-line teaching: implications for faculty and their universities / Claudine SchWeber -- Seven principles for good practice in teaching and technology / Alec M. Testa -- Copyright and web-based education: what all faculty should know / David W. Throne -- Using the web in live lectures: examples and issues / Graeme Lang -- Untangling the web: developing web-enhanced instruction for political science / Donald L. Goff -- The promise, and potential pitfalls, of cyberlearning / Peter Navarro -- Preparing higher education learners for success on the web / May Lowry, Christine Thornam, and Cason T. White -- A hierarchy of access issues affecting on-line participation by community college students / Allan Craig Lauzon, Tricia Bertram Gallant, and Susan Rimkus -- On-line is on target for motivated learners / Michael S. Ameigh -- Teaching research skills using the internet / Mark Gellis -- Tearing down barriers and building communities: pedagogical strategies for the web-based environment / Autumn Grubb and Margaret Hines -- Facilitating on-line discussion in an asynchronous format / Tisha Bender -- Web-based instruction and people with disabilities / Sheryl Burgstahler.

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