E-Education Applications: Human Factors and Innovative Approaches

Abstract

The text's 20 articles vary significantly in the nature of their utility. Certain articles provide a broad, but not deep, survey of their topic's historical development. Others provide a tightly focused and penetrating analysis of their topic's developmental vanguard. The first category is most useful to the novice or beginner, while the latter is most helpful to the experienced professional. If the book is intended for a library or a large office, that is, if the purchasers -intent is that the text be a resource for a wide range of professional development, then this variability is quite a good thing, offering "something for everyone.” Any professional in the broad middle spectrum of development, personal ownership of the text is clearly desirable.

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@article{Almasude2004EEducationAH, title={E-Education Applications: Human Factors and Innovative Approaches}, author={Amar Almasude}, journal={Educational Technology & Society}, year={2004}, volume={7}, pages={141-143} }