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- Security CEU. // SDM: Security Distributing & Marketing;Sep2004, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p24
This article reports that the company CMOOR of Louisville, Kentucky is offering continuing education unit courses online for everyone from salespeople to installers at the Web site www.securityceu.com.
- Integrating computer-based instruction and peer tutoring. Smith, Rebecca G. // Intervention in School & Clinic;Sep97, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p65
Discusses technological integration, such as computer-based instruction (CBI), used by teachers in the diverse classrooms in the 21st century. Problems encountered by teachers and students in the process of technological integration; Details about various instructional software design for...
- Academic technology and the future of higher education. Privateer, Paul Michael // Journal of Higher Education;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p60
Explores how contemporary strategic agendas in higher education are misconceiving the potential power of computer and information technology to produce radically different ways of educating students. Dominant paradigms of academic management; History of postmodern technologies; Production of...
- The synchronous embrace. Abernathy; Allerton, Donna // Training & Development;Nov99, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p34
Focuses on the trend towards synchronous online learning, a breed of technology aimed at connecting online learners and the instructor in a virtual classroom. Addition of synchronous voice capabilities; Voice-over Internet Protocol; Voice-augmented collaborative platforms.
- A formative experiment investigating the use of multimedia book reviews to increase elementary students' independent reading. Reinking, David; Watkins, Janet // Reading Research Quarterly;Jul-Sep2000, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p384
Presents information on a study which used formative experiment to investigate how a computer-based instructional intervention might be implemented to achieve a valued pedagogical goal in literacy instruction. Methodology of the study; Results and discussion on the study.
- What's wrong with multimedia in higher education? Solomon, Martin B. // T H E Journal;Feb94, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p81
Explores the factors that have inhibited the widespread use of multimedia in instructional courseware in higher education in the United States. Culture of higher education; Cost of implementation; Standards dilemma.
- Schools have their computers, now what? POOLE, JUDI J.; MORAN, COLLEEN // T H E Journal;Dec98, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p60
Offers a look at the Teachers Teaching Teachers Technology (T-4) staff development model in schools in the United States. What is the T-4; Development of the model; Implications of the program.
- Students Receive Hands-on Computer Skills Training. // T H E Journal;Mar2001, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p32
Features the hands-on computer skills training for elementary pupils offered by learning.com, an online learning system in United States. Introduction of EasyTech Instructional System; Focus on the need of high-quality technology training for students; Development of tutorial series.
- Start Using 'Acountability' in E-learning Conversations. Masie, Elliott // e-learning;Feb/Mar2003, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p12
Suggests several ways in which electronic learning activities in a company would have a higher level of accountability. Accountability for wide purchasing practices of e-learning systems, content and services; Accountable for impact on the business; Accountable at a learner/employee level.