Engaging Students in the Classroom by Using Internet Tools

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Jacobs, F. Robert   (1999, F. Robert Jacobs,)   Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Quality Management Journal    Vol. 6    No. 3
QICID: 13903    July 1999    pp. 24-33

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Article Abstract

[This abstract is based on the author's abstract.] The use of a World Wide Web site for a course is described. Features incorporated into the site are designed to engage students in the ongoing activity of the course. A course Web site can improve the quality and efficiency of classroom instruction since the instructor can learn what students know about a topic prior to the class session. By efficiently engaging students in class related activities outside the classroom, the students are better prepared to participate in class.

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Simulations,Higher Education,Voting


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