ERIC Number: ED440425
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999
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Basic Communication Course Annual. Volume 11.
Hugenberg, Lawrence W., Ed.
This volume of an annual collection presents eight essays relating to instruction in the basic communication course. The essays are: "The Basic Communication Course at U.S. Colleges and Universities: VI" (Sherwyn P. Morreale, Michael S. Hanna, Roy M. Berko, and James W. Gibson); "How Basic Course Directors Evaluate Teaching Assistants: Social Constructionism in BasicCourseLand" (Nancy L. Buerkel-Rothfuss); "Get Your Modem Runnin', Get Out on the I-Way: Encouraging Internet Investigations in the Basic Course" (Glen Williams and Joni M. Johnson-Jones); "Will the Dazzling Promise Blind Us?: Using Technology in the Beginning Public Speaking Course" (Mary Mino); "Communication Apprehension, Self-Efficacy, and Grades in the Basic Course: Correlations and Implications" (Karen Kangas Dwyer and Dennis A. Fus); "Branching Out to Meet the Needs of Our Students: A Model for Oral Communication Assessment and Curriculum Programs" (Patricia A. Cutspec, Kevin McPherson, and Julie H. Spiro); "Analyzing C-SPAN in the Basic Communication Course" (Jim Schnell); and "Commentary: An Idea for Restructuring the Basic Communication Course: A 'Time When Needed' Modular Approach" (Donald D. Yoder). (RS)
Descriptors: Communication Apprehension, Communication Research, Higher Education, Internet, Introductory Courses, Speech Communication, Student Evaluation, Teaching Assistants, Teaching Methods
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