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ERIC Number: ED466165
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Jun
Pages: 6
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Different Levels of Internet Integration in University Academic Activities: Examples and Pedagogical Implications.
Harvey, Denis; Depover, Christian; DeLievre, Bruno; Quintin, Jean Jacques
In the four examples of pedagogic integration of the Internet in a "multimodal" university situation reported in this paper, an innovative process is illustrated whose central objectives were improvement of the quality and relevance of the training strategies provided to students. This paper contributes to the characterization of the Internet integration continuum, from enhancing a traditional course with a minimal integration of Internet (level 1) to a complete integration in the form of what has been called a virtual campus (level 3). The paper suggests that the more or less intensive use of distance communication in the various modalities of integration does not reflect the quality of the learning. Whatever the level of integration of the Internet to the system, coherence of the proposed activities and pedagogic value of the tools implemented are the most determining factors for success. (Author/AEF)
Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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