The Online Educator: A Guide to Creating the Virtual Classroom

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Index

a
ABI Inform, 105
Abstracts, access, 105
Academic counseling, 58 - 59
Academic Integrity, 23 - 26
Accessibility:
course, 6 , 84 - 85 ;
Internet, 10 , 13 , 94 , 155
Accreditation, 152 - 154
Activity pages, 42
ADEC, 76
Administrative services, 52
Adobe Acrobat, 104 , 105
Adult learners, 32
Advertising, 61 - 62
Advising, 58 - 59
Aegis, 53
Agent, 108
Altavista, 61
Alumni, 62 - 64
Amazon, 60
American Association of Higher Education, 66 , 128
American Distance Education Association, 76
American Library Association, 140
American Society of Indexers, 106
Analogy builder, 96
Andragogy, 32 - 33
Angelo,T., 117
Anti-circumvention of copyright, 140
AOL, 8
Apache, server protocols, 45
Application process, 58
Archive, 70
Article packets, 38
Articulation agreements, 58
Assessment:
course design, 33 , 130 ;
course management system, 33 , 130 ;
program, 130 - 136 ;
student needs, 27 - 33 ;
student performance, 117 ;
tools, 111 - 112
Assignment, submittal, 13 , 19 , 95
Athabasca University, 59 , 76
Attention span, children, 30
Audio, 1 , 94 , 111
Australian Schools on the Web, 30
Authentic activities, 32
Authoring Tool for Web-based Tests, 113
Avatar systems, 109

b
Backgrounds, 86
Barnes & Noble, 60
Bartelstein, A., 55
Bates, A., 31
Benchmarks, distance learning, 99 - 100
Bereiter, C., 118
Berne Convention, 137 , 138
Bess Net, 45
Big Chalk, 29
BillyBoard, 108
Blackboard Inc., 99 , 156
Bloom, B., 118
Bloom’s Taxonomy, 120
Body, of page, 40
Bookstore access, 13 , 60
Bonk, C., 94
Brainstorming, 96
Brochures, 62
Brown University, 61
Browsers, Internet, 8 , 104 - 105
Bulletin Board, 35 , 97
(also see discussions)
Burkman, E., 20

c
Calendar page, 41 , 58
Campbell, R., 12
Campus Pipeline, 52
Carly, K., 17
Case studies, 18 , 91 , 95 , 96 , 97

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Tables x
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Planning for Online Course / Curriculum Delivery 5
  • 2 - Assessing Student Needs and Subsequent System Requirements 27
  • 3 - Building Support Systems 50
  • 4 - Developing Faculty: The Changed Role of Online Instructors 65
  • 5 - Designing Courses and Curriculum 78
  • 6 - Selecting Web-Based Tools 101
  • 7 - Evaluating Student Mastery and Program Effectiveness 117
  • 8 - Miscellaneous Important Details 137
  • References 159
  • Index 163
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