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Teaching and learning in an anytime/anyplace classroom
Proceedings of SITE 2000, Eleventh International Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education
  • Gertrude W. Abramson, Nova Southeastern University
  • Maxine S. Cohen, Nova Southeastern University
  • Timothy J. Ellis, Nova Southeastern University
  • Cordelia Twomey
  • Mitchell Pratt
Event Location / Date(s)
San Diego, CA. March 9, 2000
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Presentation Date
3-9-2000
ISSN or ISBN
978-1-880094-37-2
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Description
Virtual classrooms are rapidly becoming alternate acceptable delivery systems. One of the major challenges facing professors in higher education today is the creation of the best possible adult learning environment in our cyberspace classrooms. This paper describes some of the issues involved in refining Internet-based, asynchronous conference forums to meet the learning needs of adult students in distant inservice and graduate courses.
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Gertrude W. Abramson, Maxine S. Cohen, Timothy J. Ellis, Cordelia Twomey, et al.. "Teaching and learning in an anytime/anyplace classroom" Proceedings of SITE 2000, Eleventh International Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (2000) p. 16 - 21
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/maxine-cohen/66/