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Developing a Web-enhanced course: a case study

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This paper presents a case study on the incorporation of Web-based teaching tools into a senior level engineering course on solid waste management. This course was originally taught with two 75 minute weekly sessions in the traditional lecture and chalkboard format. The class progressed over seven semesters to become a Web-enhanced course which met once per week for 75 minutes. The primary phases of course evolution were development and teaching of the course in a lecture and chalkboard format, construction of a class Web site which included lecture notes and links to important Internet sites, development and incorporation of on-line interactive quizzes using CyberProf Internet software, relocation and re-organization of the existing site materials into the Web CT environment, and development of the final Web-enhanced course. This paper presents the course development history and a discussion of the successes and pitfalls encountered during the course evolution

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Frontiers in Education Conference, 2000. FIE 2000. 30th Annual  (Volume:2 )

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2000

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