Teaching and Learning with Web Course Management Systems

Narratives and Data: Table of Contents

[Note: This paper differs only slightly from a paper submitted to The Collaboration for the Advancement of College Teaching and Learning's Virtual Conference "Home on the Web." The paper submitted to The Collaboration did not include Todd Stanislav's perspective on his use of WebCT, since he was, at the time the paper was submitted (March 2001), just beginning to use it in his Genetics course.]

  1. Introduction

  2. Learning Styles, Electronic Environments and Minority Students:
    Teaching Public Speaking on eCollege.com

    Vera L. Walker, M.A., A.B.D. (Communications)

  3. Promoting Learning and Community:
    Using eCollege in an Introductory World Civilizations Course

    Elizabeth Jones Hemenway, Ph.D. (History)

  4. The Good, the Bad, and the Frustrating:
    Using Blackboard with Preservice Teachers

    Deborah E. Bordelon, Ph.D. (Division of Education)

  5. Five Lessons Learned From a Graduate Level Web-based Course
    Cirecie West-Olatunji, Ph.D. (Division of Education)

  6. WebCT and a Course in Genetics
    Todd Stanislav, Ph.D. (Biology Department and Center for the Advancement of Teaching)
    [Added July 2001]

  7. Student Experiences in Web Course Management Systems
    Gayna Stevens Credle, A.B.D. (Center for the Advancement of Teaching)
    [Includes survey data]

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