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Strategies for E-Learning and Distance Education Educators:

An ASIS&T Joint Chapter Virtual Mini-Course


American Society of Information Science and Technology Los Angeles (LACASIS) and New England (NEASIST) chapters offer the first joint-chapter e-conference on distance education and e-learning. This e-conference features an online mini-course program, with presentations by:

Dr. Howard Besser
Associate Professor at UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies (GSE&IS)

part one of Dr. Besser's lecture:

video (Quicktime, RealPlayer) for DSL, LAN, Cable connections

audio (Quicktime, RealPlayer) for slower connections

part two of Dr. Besser's lecture:

video (Quicktime, RealPlayer) for DSL, LAN, Cable connections

audio (Quicktime, RealPlayer) for slower connections

Dr. Richard Larson
Professor of Electrical Engineering, and Director of Center for Advanced Educational Services (CAES) at MIT.

Dr. Larson's lecture:

video (Quicktime, RealPlayer) for DSL, LAN, Cable connections

audio (Quicktime, RealPlayer) for slower connections

 


E-Conference location: virtually around the world 24/7

Date of mini-course web broadcast: December 9-20, 2002

Registration: discussion limited to the first 50 registrants

The LA/NE ASIST Virtual Program announcement received such an excellent response we have already reached the limit of 50 participants. We are fully subscribed and can take no more registrations. Thank you for your interest.

please review the Technical Requirements

Cost:


Essential Program Elements for Registrants:

Course Bibliography

Course Environment (Blackboard)

Privacy Statement: All communications made in the ASIS&T Virtual Program Blackboard environment, including Message Board postings, email messages using the provided lists, uploaded documentation, papers, etc., will be stored in a publicly available archive. Use of the Virtual Program archive and all of its contents will be limited to non-profit academic and research purposes only. All Virtual Program participants are encouraged to use this forum for relevant discussion. Private email should be used to conduct external, private communication. ASIS&T encourages PUBLIC discussion of the topic, "Distance Learning". For the purposes of this project, please keep all public discussion within the Blackboard environment.


Credits:
Technical support is provided by MIT, UCLA, and USC.
Program support is provided by LACASIS and NEASIST program committee members.

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October 15 2002, jjjenkin@mit.edu