Journal of Educational Media and Library Sciences

Vol. 35 No. 1 , Pages 25 - 37 , 1997

Internet Web-Based Course Delivery: Experiences from both Sides of the Computer

Larry HUDSON et al.


This descriptive article presents perspectives of teaching and learning via Internet Web-based delivered courses. Real comments are often very valuable in continuing and improving the uses of technologies. Although the Internet is not new, its use in education is relatively new and expanding exponentially — or so it seems. These introspective looks at course delivery via “the Web” are all from one semester but in different courses. Both teachers and students are learners in this type of course because of the technologies and systems involved.

Keywords: Distance learning; Internet; Web; Adult learners; Teaching; College

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