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Technology enhanced learning : opportunities for change / edited by Paul S. Goodman.

Contributor(s): Goodman, Paul S
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum, 2002Description: xvii, 312 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0805836659 (cloth : alk. paper); 0805836667 (pbk)Subject(s): Education, Higher -- Effect of technological innovations on | Educational technology | Information technology | Distance education | Computer-assisted instructionDDC classification: 378.173 4 GOO LOC classification: LB1028.3 | .T39685 2002Online content: Publisher description
Contents:
Contents: Preface. Part I: Issues. R. Reddy, P.S. Goodman, Technological Trends and Implications for Learning in Tertiary Institutions. R.C. Larson, G.P. Strehle, Edu-Tech: What's a President to Do? H.A. Simon, Cooperation Between Educational Technology and Learning Theory to Advance Higher Education. J-M. Griffiths, A. McCord, The Art and Science of IT Infrastructure. S.L. Whildin, S. Ware, G. St. Clair, The Disquieting Dilemmas of Digital Libraries. P.S. Goodman, Creating Organizational and Technological Change. Part II: Applications. C. Cruz Limon, The Virtual University: Customized Education in a Nutshell. S. Srivastava, The FAST Program: A Computer-Based Training Environment. A.T. Corbett, K. Koedinger, W.S. Hadley, Cognitive Tutors: From the Research Classroom to All Classrooms. J.M. Wilson, The Development of the Studio Classroom. P.S. Goodman, Concluding Thoughts.
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Contents: Preface. Part I: Issues. R. Reddy, P.S. Goodman, Technological Trends and Implications for Learning in Tertiary Institutions. R.C. Larson, G.P. Strehle, Edu-Tech: What's a President to Do? H.A. Simon, Cooperation Between Educational Technology and Learning Theory to Advance Higher Education. J-M. Griffiths, A. McCord, The Art and Science of IT Infrastructure. S.L. Whildin, S. Ware, G. St. Clair, The Disquieting Dilemmas of Digital Libraries. P.S. Goodman, Creating Organizational and Technological Change. Part II: Applications. C. Cruz Limon, The Virtual University: Customized Education in a Nutshell. S. Srivastava, The FAST Program: A Computer-Based Training Environment. A.T. Corbett, K. Koedinger, W.S. Hadley, Cognitive Tutors: From the Research Classroom to All Classrooms. J.M. Wilson, The Development of the Studio Classroom. P.S. Goodman, Concluding Thoughts.

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