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Programming Handheld Devices to Enhance Learning

Programming Handheld Devices to Enhance Learning

Programming Handheld Devices to Enhance Learning Anne L. Bishop, Kriss Dinkins, and James L. Dominick Software engineers on the information systems research and development team at Wake Forest University have developed an application that turns a Pocket PC into a Web server, a real-time quizzing device, a presentation controller, and a class communications device. AvailableRead more about Programming Handheld Devices to Enhance Learning[…]

The Hybrid Online Model: Good Practice

The Hybrid Online Model: Good Practice

The Hybrid Online Model: Good Practice Margaret A. Martyn The hybrid model, which encompasses a first class face-to-face meeting, weekly online assessment and synchronous chat, asynchronous online threaded discussion, e-mail, and a last class face-to-face exam, provides an excellent way for institutions to enter the online arena and still ensure quality courses. This model demonstratedRead more about The Hybrid Online Model: Good Practice[…]

Getting the Grants: Boost Your Chances!

Getting the Grants: Boost Your Chances!

Getting the Grants: Boost Your Chances! John Moore Grants help fill the funding gap at a time when dollars from government coffers—and even some private sources—have dwindled. In the information technology arena, a number of tech companies offer grants that can help advance university research and instructional programs. That’s the good news. Now for theRead more about Getting the Grants: Boost Your Chances![…]