Web-Teaching, 2nd Edition

David Brooks, Diane Nolan, Susan Gallagher

Preface Acknowledgements Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 URLs References


 

Preface

Acknowledgments

CHAPTER 1 Introduction details

CHAPTER 2 Research on Teaching; Web Issues

CHAPTER 3 COURSEWARE

CHAPTER 4 Students and Web Use Expectations

CHAPTER 5 Encouraging Discussion

CHAPTER 6 Web Multimedia Basics

CHAPTER 7 Interactive Strategies

CHAPTER 8 Multimedia Beyond Text

CHAPTER 9 Promotion of Self-Regulated Learning

CHAPTER 10 Creating and Managing Web Sites

CHAPTER 11 Course Supplements

CHAPTER 12 College and K-12 Courses

CHAPTER 13 Informal Education: Museums, Organizations

CHAPTER 14 Using Databases

CHAPTER 15 Automated Testing

CHAPTER 16 Advanced Interactivity

CHAPTER 17 Weblets, CD-ROMs, Intranets

CHAPTER 18 Security Issues

CHAPTER 19 Equity And Legal Issues

CHAPTER 20 Multimedia Classrooms; Lecturing

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

URLs

 

CHAPTER 1 Introduction

ABOUT OUR FORMAT

THE INTERNET – A BRIEF HISTORY

THE WEB – A VERY BRIEF HISTORY

THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS

IMPACTS OF THE NEW TECHNOLOGIES

Graphing Calculators

Spreadsheets

CURRICULA

THE MEDIUM IS THE MESSAGE

WHY TEACHERS USE THE WEB

GOALS OF THIS BOOK

THE MEDIUM FOR THE MESSAGE

THE BOOK'S CONTENT

Too Soon To Tell

THE TEACHER/STUDENT SERVER/CLIENT METAPHOR

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

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CHAPTER 2 Research on Teaching; Web Issues

THE BIG PICTURE: LEARNING AND NEURONS

TEACHERS AND FACE VALIDITY

A Few Successful Teaching Strategies

Active Learning; Interactive Teaching

TECHNOLOGY AND TEACHING

Professional Tools

Communications Tools

MULTIMEDIA: DEVELOPING A PERSPECTIVE

Learning From Multimedia Instruction

MULTIMEDIA IN ACTIVE LEARNING SYSTEMS

Multimedia Superiority Is Rarely Demonstrated

The Virtues of Multimedia

ARE ELECTRONIC CONVERSATIONS EFFECTIVE?

THE BOTTOM LINE

THE WEB AS A DELIVERY MEDIUM FOR INSTRUCTION

Teacher and Student; Server and Client

Branching versus the Voice of the Teacher

Hardware and Software; Platform Compatibility

Replacing Teachers with Machines

A PERSPECTIVE

GLOSSARY

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CHAPTER 3 COURSEWARE

Free Course Web Site Service

The Feature Set of Traditional Courses

Content Creation

Online File Exchange

Asynchronous Communication (threaded discussions)

Synchronous Communication (Real–Time Chat)

Whiteboards

Assessment Tools

Gradebook

Collaborative Work Groups

Messaging System

Online Tutorial

User Tracking

Other Features

OTHER SUPPORT ISSUES

EXAMPLES FROM COURSEWARE PACKAGES

Courseware as a Mini-portal

UNL Electronic Course Catalog

Student Tools

The IMS Project

INFORMAL OBSERVATION ABOUT USAGE

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

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CHAPTER 4 Students and Web Use Expectations

METACOGNITION

Teaching Strategies

TIPS TO TEACH

SEARCHING THE WEB

Searching Strategies

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

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CHAPTER 5 Encouraging Discussion

THE NATURE OF WEB-BASED DISCUSSION

Asynchronous versus Synchronous Discussions

Examples of Web Discussion

STRATEGIES FOR WEB-BASED DISCUSSION

Cooperative Learning

Shared Tasks and Projects

Peer Review and Comment

Student Led Discussions

Using a Taxonomy of Questioning

Problem-Based Learning

SUPPORTING WEB DISCUSSION

E-mail: Simple and Effective

Messaging

Listservs

Web-Based E-Mail Groups

UserNet; News Groups

Managing Mail

Discussion Group Software

Synchronous Discussion (Chatting)

Videoconferencing

Telephony; Shared Whiteboards

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

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CHAPTER 6 Web Multimedia Basics

YOUR BROWSER AND COMPUTER FILES

The MIME System

Plug-ins/Helpers

TEXTUAL MEDIA

Plain Text

Conversion of Material

HYPERTEXT

SOUPED-UP HYPERTEXT

When and Why to Use Each

Why Reinvent the Wheel?

Beware the Bells and Whistles

HTML BASICS

The Hyperlink Tags

The Anchor Tag

The Name Attribute

The HREF Attribute

ALTERNATIVES TO HYPERTEXT

The PowerPoint Lecture

The Acrobat .pdf File

Choosing Formats

TRANSFERRING FILES

Downloading (Server to Client)

Uploading (Client to Server)

Push versus Pull

GLOSSARY

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CHAPTER 7 Interactive Strategies

CLASSROOM TRADITIONS

Active Learning

HYPERTEXT LINKS

CLICKABLE IMAGES

FORMS

Building Forms

Brief Responses

Extended Response

Disguised Responses

Hidden Elements

Mutually Exclusive Choices

Options

Multiple Options

Sending Inputs

Clearing Entries

COLLECTING STUDENT TEXT

E-MAIL (FOR PROCESSING FORMS)

THE LAST MINUTE

GLOSSARY

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CHAPTER 8 Multimedia Beyond Text

VISUAL MEDIA

IMAGE FORMATS

Compression

Interlacing

Thumbnails

GIF

JPEG

PNG, MNG

The Image Tag

Creating Artwork

Photographs

Digital Still Cameras

Scanners

Photo CDs

SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND PLUG-INS.

Graphs

Virtual Reality

Chime

3-D; CAD

Mathematica

IMAGES WITH MOTION

Compression Standards

Movies

Streaming Video

Animations

Hardware

Software

AUDIO MEDIA

Including Sound in Pages

Earcons

Sounds That Convey Information

Streaming Audio/Radio

Music

Electronic Text to Speech

Recording Sound

GLOSSARY

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CHAPTER 9 Promotion of Self-Regulated Learning

SELF-REGULATION

PRINCIPLES FOR ENCOURAGING SELF-REGULATION

Focus on Content Mastery

Attributional Feedback

Increase Student Awareness of Their Own Self-Regulation

Engender Positive, Realistic Views of Student Self-Efficacy

Model Self-Regulated Learning

Provide Practice for Self-Regulated Learning Strategies

Make Your Web Tasks Opportunities for Student Self-Regulation

EXPLICIT TRAINING

DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC SELF-REGULATION

Implicit Conventions

Overarching Notions and Ways of Thinking

Experts versus Novices

EXAMS

VIDEOCONFERENCING

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

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CHAPTER 10 Creating and Managing Web Sites

DOMAIN NAMES/ IP ADDRESSES

HARDWARE — ACCESS SPEED

SOFTWARE

SITE ORGANIZATION

DETAILS ABOUT SERVING

Crashes and Service Interruptions

Monitoring Service

Server Logs

GLOSSARY

URLs

 

CHAPTER 11 Course Supplements

EXAMPLES

Instructional Message Design

Amphibian Embryology

Interior Design

Audiology

Biochemistry

Languages

Bioscience

Chem Team

Psychology (Statistics)

Mathematica

Physiology

Physics

Classroom Today

HOMEWORK

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CHAPTER 12 College and K-12 Courses

COURSES

Chemistry for High School Chemistry Teachers

Statistical Methods

German On-Line Distance Education Network -- GOLDEN

Diversity in American Literature - Xroads

JavaScript for Educators: An Introduction

Cultural Anthropology

History of Ideas

Critical Thinking

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CHAPTER 13 Informal Education: Museums, Organizations

INFORMAL EDUCATION

MUSEUM SITES

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Exploratorium

The Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer

Museums of Paris

ORGANIZATION SITES

National Audubon Society

American Chemical Society

The American Chemical Society's ChemCenter Web site.

American Academy for Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology

TUTORIALS

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CHAPTER 14 Using Databases

DATABASES

Selecting Software

Tools to Build the Interface

Professional Databases; Cookies

ACTIVITIES

Statistics

Maps

Scientific

WEB RESEARCH AND ASSESSMENT

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

URLs

 

CHAPTER 15 Automated Testing

MASTERY LEARNING

AUTOMATED TESTING

EXAMPLE TESTING SYSTEMS

eGrade

Test Pilot

Chemistry Tests

ADMINISTERING TESTS

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

URLs

 

CHAPTER 16 Advanced Interactivity

EVALUATING STUDENT WRITING

Peer Evaluation

Automatic Evaluation

APPLICATION SOFTWARE RECENTRALIZED

Mathematics

Chemistry

SELECTED MULTIMEDIA PROGRAMS

Macromedia Director/Shockwave

Flash

CLIENTSIDE INTERACTIVITY

JavaScript

SERVERSIDE INTERACTIVITY

Java

CGI

NEW WAYS TO ENVISION CURRICULA

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

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CHAPTER 17 Weblets, CD-ROMs, Intranets

WEBLETS

CD-ROMs

Obtaining Web Materials

Making CD-ROMs

INTRANETS

Security-Privacy

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

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CHAPTER 18 Security Issues

PROTECTING THE WEB SITE

Crashes

On-site Intruders

Internet Crime

Commandeering a Server

Secure Socket Layers

Attacking Servers

Firewalls

Facilitating Authoring Access to Remote Servers

CONTROLLING ACCESS

Who's Responding – Biometrics

GLOSSARY

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CHAPTER 19 Equity And Legal Issues

EQUITY

Uneven Access

Handicapped Access

COPYRIGHT

Using Materials in Courses

Ownership of Faculty–created Electronic Materials

PLAGIARISM

Detection Strategies

Avoidance Strategies

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CHAPTER 20 Multimedia Classrooms; Lecturing

A MODERN MULTIMEDIA COURSE

Lecturing

MAJOR DEPARTURES

Assessment

Curriculum

MULTIMEDIA IN THE GENERIC CLASSROOM

Smart Carts

Networked Resources

Display Devices

Computers

Videotape

In-Class Video Stands

Seating Arrangements

THE MULTIMEDIA CLASSROOM

WHAT NOT TO DO

INTERNET 2

GLOSSARY

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