Instructional Technologies: Cognitive Aspects of Online Programs: Cognitive Aspects of Online Programs

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Darbyshire, Paul
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jul 1, 2003 - Education - 300 pages
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Instructional Technologies: Cognitive Aspects of Online Programs provides insight into creating and utilizing successful online educational technologies and programs. Discussing the generalities of Web-based education and the specific technology applications and organizational support necessary to sustaining these programs, this important book is useful to scholars and students as they venture into this new educational arena.

 

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Contents

An Experiment with Students in Higher Education
31
A Case Study
73
An Empirical Investigation
96
Chapter V SemiAdaptive Testing Strategies in a Webbased Generic Tutoring System
141
Chapter VI UMLbased Modeling of Educational Components for Cooperative Problembased Learning Situation Design Abstract As common learnin...
165
Chapter VII Assessing the Effectiveness of ELearning
192
The Effect of the Online Learning Environment upon Midlevel Achievers
221
Chapter IX Privacy Policies and Their Negotiation in Distance Education1
237
About the Authors
265
Index
270
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Paul Darbyshire is a Lecturer in the School of Information Systems at Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia. He lectures in Object-Oriented systems, C, Java programming, Internet Programming, and has research interests in the application of Java and Web technologies to the support of teaching, as well as the application of AI to multi-agent systems. His current research is in the use of Reinforcement Learning and multi-agent systems to simulate land combat as a complex adaptive system. [Editor]

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