Teaching and Learning in the Information Age: A Guide to Educational Telecommunications
A curriculum-based book with a blend of applications, theory, history and research, this also offers a practical approach to implementing telecommunications in schools. As well as practical applications, it provides teacher stories which relate the information presented to the classroom. An entire chapter is devoted to research for educators, and the book provides frequent references to the locations of resources.
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Why Use Telecommunications?
Bringing CMC into Classrooms
Communities of Practice
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The Challenges to Library Learning: Solutions for Librarians
Bruce E. Massis
No preview available - 2008