Incorporation of e-mail or WebBoard discussion into an existing course
Developing a simple course website Integration of course with Blackboard or other course management system
Virtual office hours weekly via bulletin board chat
Videoconferencing to enhance classroom experience Integration of electronic presentations (such as PowerPoint slides) into a course
Use of commercially available CD-ROMs or discipline-specific courseware for instructional purposes
Adoption of spreadsheet or gradebook programs for keeping class records
Course requirement of student-authored website projects
Classroom research project focusing on effectiveness of technology in teaching and learning
Integration of JSTOR or other electronic journals or databases into a course.
Rich media products are websites and CD-ROMs that incorporate multimedia elements.
Rich media products:
Are electronic in whole or in part
Combine different types of media (e.g., text, images, video, audio, animation, databases)
Allow for some degree of interactivity on the part of the user
Result from more ambitious projects than a faculty member might normally take on.