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Web-based instruction

Susan Sharpless Smith

Web-based instruction

a guide for libraries

by Susan Sharpless Smith

  • 307 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by American Library Association in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Library orientation -- Computer-assisted instruction,
  • Web sites -- Design,
  • Library Web sites -- Design,
  • Web-based instruction,
  • Libraries and the Internet

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSusan Sharpless Smith.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ711.2 .S59 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24109984M
    ISBN 109780838910566
    LC Control Number2010006452

    This chapter will discuss adaptive Web-based instruction, paying particular attention to (a) the implications of individual differences to Web-based instruction, (b) the adaptive methods that are available to designers and developers, and (c) the considerations for instruction design and development with adaptive Web-based by: 4. Implementing Web-Based Instruction Karen Rasmussen, Pamela Northrup, and Russell Lee, University of West Florida Management of Instructional Materials and Student Products in Web-Based Instruction Ronald D. Zellner, Texas A&M University Testing Learner Outcomes in Web-Based Instruction DeLayne Hudspeth University of Texas at Austin

    Get this from a library! Revolutionizing education through web-based instruction. [Mahesh Raisinghani;] -- "This book is a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary exploration of the emerging digital opportunities available to educators, presenting contemporary theoretical frameworks as well as practical. Reflecting its enormous acceptance worldwide, Web-Based Instruction has become a bestseller and has been adopted by over colleges and universities worldwide. His second book Web-Based Training is a landmark book that covers all aspects of Internet's World Wide Web for training at all levels.

    Using Web-based bookmarks in K–8 settings: Linking the Internet to instruction. The Reading Teacher, 58 (2), – There are multiple types of literacy, including Internet content literacy, which require students to be efficient at decoding, analyzing, evaluating, and synthesizing text they read on the Web.   I've lived through three eras of instruction manuals for physical products. The first stage saw every product come with a detailed physical instruction book. My experience with that was that males threw the book out and tried to figure it out for themselves, Author: Ben Kepes.


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