Plugging into the 'net

Eisenberg, Michael B.; Ely, Donald P.
November 1993
Emergency Librarian;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p8
Explores the educational benefits and applications of computer networks. Breakdown of communication barriers and inhibitions; Motivation for teachers and students; Responsiveness to the needs of learners in the information age.


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