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Delivering Online Asynchronous IT Courses to High School Students: Challenges and Lessons Learned
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  • Amy B. Woszczynski, Kennesaw State University
Document Type
Book Chapter
Publication Date
1-1-2008
Abstract
As high schools begin to offer more distance learning courses, universities have an opportunity to establish partnerships to deliver online IT courses. Delivering online courses at the high school level, however, means overcoming obstacles that may not be faced at the university level. In particular, establishing partnerships with high schools requires politically savvy navigations of bureaucratic roadblocks while ensuring the integrity of course content and delivery. This chapter provides a primer on establishing relationships with high schools to deliver college-level IT curriculum to high school students in an asynchronous learning environment. We describe the curriculum introduced and discuss some of the challenges faced and the lessons learned.
Citation Information
Woszczynski, Amy B. "Delivering Online Asynchronous IT Courses to High School Students: Challenges and Lessons Learned." Handbook of Distance Learning for Real-Time and Asynchronous Information Technology Education. Eds. Negash, Solomon, Michael Whitman, Amy Woszczynski, Ken Hoganson, and Herbert Mattord. Hershey PA: IGI Global, 2008. 282-294.