Tech specialists vital at Ball State

March 1999
Editor & Publisher;03/20/99, Vol. 132 Issue 12, p29
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Reports on the development of online journalism at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana through the help of Instructional Designers, faculty members who have been certified as educational technology specialists. Incorporation of new media into the university's core classes; Web-oriented electives offered to students; Teamwork as an important part of success on the Web.


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