Online Learning and Teaching with Technology: Case Studies, Experience and Practice

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David Murphy, Rob Walker, Graham Webb
Kogan Page, 2001 - Education - 178 pages
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"The book is accessible to a wide range of readers, regardless of experience. It includes cases from the UK, the United States, Australia, Hong Kong, the Pacific and Canada. They raise a range of issues that affect anyone aiming to improve their teaching, and concentrate on four key areas: student interaction; teaching and assessment issues; planning and development; policy, planning and management." "Online Learning and Teaching with Technology will be welcomed by a wide range of teachers, lecturers, tutors, support staff and course leaders and developers - whatever their subject area or level of experience."--BOOK JACKET.

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webb is professor and director of the centre for he quality at monash university, australia.

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