Web-Based Learning

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  • Much to Gain, and Many Barriers
    Gwen Solomon and Lynne Schrum argue that technology is an important tool for teachers and students, but is threatened by traditional views of education.
  • But the Prom Will Not Be Webcast
    Alan Warhaftig asserts that the impact of today's technology on education is overrated, and that cyber-learning should not take the place of traditional classroom interaction.

Vol. 21, Issue 38, Page 48

Published in Print: May 29, 2002, as Web-Based Learning
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