Educational Media and Technology Yearbook 2002

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Mary Ann Fitzgerald, Michael Orey, Robert Maribe Branch
Libraries Unlimited, 2002 - 403 σελίδες

The 27th volume of the Educational Media and Technology Yearbook describes current developments and trends in the field of instructional technology. Prominent themes for this volume include e-learning, collaboration, the standards reform movement, and a critical look at the field in its historical context. The audience for the Yearbook consists of media and technology professionals in schools, higher education, and business contexts, including instructional technology faculty, school library media specialists, curriculum leaders, business training professionals, and instructional designers. The Educational Media and Technology Yearbook has become a standard reference in many libraries and professional collections. Examined in relation to its companion volumes of the past, it provides a valuable historical record of current ideas and developments in the field.

 

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Περιεχόμενα

Part
1
The Foundations of Educational Technology
19
Developing and Delivering an Online Masters Program
27
The Impacts of Frequency and Duration of Messaging on Relational
33
Critical Issues in Empirical Research
52
Update 2000
75
A Survey of Educational Change Models
84
Collaborative Relationships
91
Part Three
153
New Attitudes New ToolsA Case Study
162
Diversity in School Library Media Center Resources
168
ImageText Relationships in Web Pages
188
LEADERSHIP PROFILES
209
A Citizen of the World
216
United States
222
CanadaInternational
286

Development Definition and Use
111
Guidelines for the Quality
120
Part
135
Challenges to the Institute for Learning Technologies
144
International Programs
340
Mediagraphy
344
Index
385
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MARY ANN FITZGERALD, Assistant Professor at the Department of Instructional Technology at the University of Georgia, has worked in Georgia public schools as a teacher and media specialist for more than a decade.

MICHAEL OREY is Associate Professor at the Department of Instructional Technology, University of Georgia.

ROBERT MARIBE BRANCH is Associate Professor, Instructional Technology Division of the Department of Education, University of Georgia, Athens.

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