Date: Monday, 31 Oct 2005 16:12
Today's Web applications are already "aware" of the network of computers and data on the Internet, in the sense that they perceive, remember, and represent knowledge external to themselves. For example, search engines like Google prescan the Web and store more...
Student Attitudes to Learning Business Statistics: Comparison of Online and Traditional Methods - Pannee Suanpang, Peter Petocz, Walter Kalceff, ETS
Date: Tuesday, 25 Oct 2005 09:50
Worldwide, electronic learning (E-learning) has become an important part of the education agenda in the last decade. The Suan Dusit Rajabhat University (SDRU), Thailand has made significant efforts recently to use Internet technologies to enhance learning more...
U.S. Public Libraries Providing Unprecedented Access to Computers, the Internet, and Technology Training
Date: Thursday, 20 Oct 2005 10:38
Nearly every U.S. public library offers free access to computers and the Internet, but overall libraries are challenged to provide enough workstations to meet demand, pay for ongoing Internet connectivity costs, and plan for necessary upgrades to the tech more...
Date: Monday, 17 Oct 2005 21:32
With more than 60 companies engaged in the e-learning sector, Ireland is poised to capitalise internationally on the e-learning phenomenon. However, a conference heard earlier today, there is some way to go before the benefits of e-learning are fully expl more...
Date: Thursday, 13 Oct 2005 19:09
At a time when many Nigerian universities cannot take the number of students yawning for tertiary education, a number of them, whose parents have the resources have decided to go abroad for such Golden Fleece. A large number of others who cannot muster th more...
Date: Saturday, 08 Oct 2005 21:40
It might not sound too strenuous, but some Minneapolis students are taking physical education courses online through a program developed by teachers in the district. Jan Braaten, the district's lead teacher for physical education and health, said her staf more...
Date: Wednesday, 05 Oct 2005 14:38
Forward-thinking professors are looking for a complete package in this market, but until now publishers have done little to distinguish themselves beyond the book," says Katie Stevens, Acquisitions Editor at Pearson Prentice Hall, the nation's leading se more...
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