This session will consider the results of ongoing projects, new
possibilities, and emerging trends in the use of web-based systems
that support interactive learning. Theoretical, pedagogical, and
practical studies are welcome, along with experimental applications
and pilot studies. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
Real-time and Asynchronous Virtual Classroom Spaces - How do we create online communities?
Interactive Multimedia - Applications and Educational Theories
Distance Education - What have we learned?
What are the Challenges of Curriculum Design for Web-Based Courses?
How do We and Our Students Assess these Systems?
Institutional Support - Expanding the Use of Your System
NOTE: The March 15th deadline extension is only for this session, not the whole conference. Please send COMPLETE PAPERS of up to 6 pages directly to Kim De Vries, either by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to (617)253-6910.
SESSION ORGANIZER AND CHAIR:
Kim De Vries
Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Ave.
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