NotesFAQContact Us
Search Tips
ERIC Number: ED454846
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1999
Pages: 178
Abstractor: N/A
NAWeb 99: What Works and Why. International Conference on Web-Based Learning (5th, New Brunswick, Canada, October 2-5, 1999).
Hall, Richard, Ed.
This proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Web-Based Learning, NAWeb 99, includes the following papers: "Coordinating Different Masters and Customers: Dalhousie's Diploma in Disability Management Program"; "The Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Graduate Level Course for Teaching Web-Based Instruction"; "Tracking the Change Process: Adopting Web-Based Teaching in an Education Program"; "Web-Based Instruction: How Effective Is It? A New Zealand Perspective"; "BPM Online: A Case Study Describing the Development and Implementation of an Internet-Based Undergraduate Business Program at Nova Southeastern University"; "Designing for the Web in a Seamless, Multi-Modal University"; "A Hybrid Approach to Web-Delivered Courses: Preparing Principals and Superintendents"; "Accessible Web-Based Distance Education: Principles and Best Practices"; "Multi Tiered Technology Interventions: The Virtual Business Training Center, an Online Corporate University"; "Techniques and Strategies for International Group Work: An Online Experience"; "Full-Screen Full-Motion Video & Web-Based Learning: Near-Line Solutions in the Pre-Broadband Era"; "Student Motivation and Distance Education on the Web: Love at First Sight?"; "Model for the Development of Courses Based on Web with Acquisition of Practical Abilities: Experiences of Its Implementation"; "Web-Based Evaluation for the Convenience of Students, Markers, and Faculty"; "Student-Centered, Instructor-Engaged: Lessons from the Asynchronous Frontier"; and "Training Managers of the Distance Education Enterprise: A Master's Degree in Distance Education." Five posters are also included: "Academic Preparation for Science: A Multimedia Project"; "Why Bother? Reasons for Making the Web Accessible"; "Evaluating Student Perceptions of Web-Based Learning"; "Phase Theory: A Taxonomy of Web Course Management"; and "Molecular Structure Tutorial: Visualization for Change." (AEF)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A
Note: Some papers are not available.