Going Online ; Guidelines for Faculty in Higher Education

@inproceedings{Vemeil2000GoingO,
  title={Going Online ; Guidelines for Faculty in Higher Education},
  author={Marie de Vemeil and Zane L. Berge},
  year={2000}
}
t can also be cost effective. Web course development costs often consist of faculty time (e.g., usually paid by some type of temporary workload reduction) and technological support (e.g., often already on site). Faculty as developers tend to make use of existing hardware and software infrastructures. Thus, large, new capital budgets are not required. Online courses can generate larger enrollment, taping into new markets both on the national and international levels and do not require classroom… CONTINUE READING

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