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Trends in Online Education: Case Study at Southwest Missouri State University

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  • Lesta A. Burgess (University of Northern Iowa)
  • Shawn D. Strong (Southwest Missouri State University)

Abstract

The World WideWeb (WWW) continues to be an exciting medium for the development of classroom activities. The Internet and associated WWW resources found their way into the realm of education due to unique features that create tremendous possibilities for delivery of instruction. The exact role the Web will have in tomorrow’s classrooms and virtual classrooms has yet to be clearly defined. This paper will explore the state of online education, its criticisms and praises, as well as its potential in the industrial technology discipline.

Keywords: curriculum|higher education|internet|research|teaching methods

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Burgess, L. A. & Strong, S. D., (2003) “Trends in Online Education: Case Study at Southwest Missouri State University”, The Journal of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering 19(3).

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01 May 2003
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