Teaching with Technology: Rethinking Tradition

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Les Lloyd
Information Today, 2000 - Education - 403 pages
"This latest informative volume from the mind of Les Lloyd includes trailblazing contributions from the 1998 'Teaching with Technology' conference. The presentations - by some of the leading experts of the fields -- are divided into four categories: Cross-Discipline Use of Technology, the Web as a Tool in Specific Disciplines, Technology Management for Faculty and Administration, and Techniques for Enhancing Teaching in Cross-Discipline Courses. If your college or university needs to be on the cutting edge of the technology revolution, this book is highly recommended." Other topics covered are: Virtual Reality Support as Compared to Video Support in a High School World Geography Class; Distance Education 2010: A Virtual Space Odyssey; A Five-Step Procedure for Incorporating Internet Technology into a Course; Constructivism at work; Multimedia development; Distance Education: Augmentation to Traditional Classroom; The Transformational Impact of Distance Learning; Using an Internet-Based Distance Learning Model to Teach Introductory Finance; Engineering students via Distance Learning; Technology and Research in the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Literature, and Culture; and more.

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Chapter 2
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Chapter 4
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Chapter 5
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