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Web-Teaching: A Guide to Designing Interactive Teaching for the World Wide Web (Innovations in Science Education and Technology)by David W. Brooks
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Based on the author's experience using computers and multimedia in teaching large, multisection courses, this groundbreaking text demonstrates how teaching professionals at all levels of instruction can use `paperless' electronic dialoguing to dramatically improve classroom instruction. The book explains how to employ such tools as: hypertext, animation, morphs, CAD, and virtual reality interactive strategies using of e-mail `self-regulation', a means of enhancing students'independence and efficiency and `intranets', networks that are off the Web but operate on the same basic principle.
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Helps post-secondary science educators develop and use interactive, multimedia educational materials on the Web, covering hardware, software, and networks, and draws on teaching and learning research to show how to develop effective instructional designs. After overviews of learning, Web issues, and multimedia, chapters cover Web-ready material, images, desktop television editing, sound, Web-based discussion, self-regulated learning, creating Web sites, security issues, and design aspects of multimedia classrooms. Includes a glossary and lists of software and URLs.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-184) and index.
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