Teaching on the WWW: Assignment Focus and Information Indexing

@article{Rada1996TeachingOT,
  title={Teaching on the WWW: Assignment Focus and Information Indexing},
  author={Roy Rada},
  journal={J. UCS},
  year={1996},
  volume={2},
  pages={732-743}
}
Seventeen students completed a course in which no face-to-face meetings and no paper exchanged hand. All information was shared either on the WWW or by email. In the first few weeks, extensive email dialogue occurred about the method of learning but after that the students focused exclusively on the content of the course. The first readings and exercises gave the students much freedom of choice but that proved too much freedom for the students. They preferred the assignment to be highly focused… CONTINUE READING

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