ERIC Number: ED451369
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Feb
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An Odyssey into the New Millennium: Rediscover 21st Century Business & Marketing Education. Proceedings of the Annual Atlantic Coast Business & Marketing Education Conference (18th, Raleigh, North Carolina, February 15-17, 2001).
Tucker, Sheila, Ed.
The following 13 papers on business and marketing education are included in this document: "Internet Marketing" (Herb Brown, Jerry Kandies); "Disk This . . . Paper Flow on the Go!" (Mary Evans, Wilbur Whitley); "Production and Evaluation of On-Line Tutorials" (Margie Gallagher, Evelyn Farrior, Jane Geissler); "Basic Skills Needed for Entry-Level Internet Jobs" (Krystie Grubb); "Integrating Technology to Support Constructivist Learning" (Lisa Gueldenzoph); "Creating a Client-Server Application with FrontPage 2000 and Access 2000" (Margaret Baumann, Ellis Hayes); "Going the Distance" (Elizabeth Hodge); "Incorporating Service Learning in the Business Classroom" (Thelma King); "Distance Learning in the New Millennium: A Perspective from Both Sides of the Desktop" (Cynthia Miller);"Website Design Considerations" (Bonnie Skelton); "Introduction to Microsoft Access 2000" (Bonnie Skelton); "Developing Leadership Skills for Teaching" (Randall Wells, Clarence White); and "What North Carolina Teachers Already Know about E-Commerce" (Scott Williams). (KC)
Descriptors: Business Education, Computer Software, Computer Uses in Education, Constructivism (Learning), Distance Education, Educational Technology, Entry Workers, Inservice Teacher Education, Internet, Marketing, Secondary Education, Service Learning, Teaching Methods, Technical Education, Tutoring
For full text: http://www.bvte.ecu.edu/ACBMEC/p2001/ACBMEC.htm.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Identifiers - Location: North Carolina