Web-based instruction and the traditional classroom : Similarities and differences

@inproceedings{RelanWebbasedIA,
  title={Web-based instruction and the traditional classroom : Similarities and differences},
  author={Anju Relan and Bijan Gillani}
}
In recent times, " traditional instruction" has been considered a major cause of a dysfunctional and even an obsolete educational system (Banathy, 1994; Reigeluth, 1994). Such criticisms have escalated as multimedia and telecommunications technologies continue to evolve and advance, with promises of providing the learner with a richer, more meaningful education relevant for the future workplace and learning environments. Amidst this technological revolution, a new medium has emerged: the World… CONTINUE READING

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