1st Edition

Teaching and Learning Materials and the Internet

By Forsyth, Ian Copyright 2001
    178 Pages
    by Routledge

    by Routledge

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    An exploration of the teaching and learning material available on the Internet. It provides information on the appropriate way to handle and use the Internet as a delivery tool in education, and considers the implications this will have on the role and relationship of the teacher and learner.

    General considerations for using the Internet as a delivery tool; getting started - the Internet and instructional design; from learner focus to scenarios and consortia; getting started; specific considerations; cost considerations, economic benefits and budget; developing areas; learners and the Internet; conclusion; an A-Z on the Internet as an educational tool.


    Forsyth, Ian,

    'A complete guide in how to plan, commission and deliver teaching and learning using the Internet ... A well-researched piece of work written by a practitioner who passes on in his writing a wealth of key aspects of designing for online delivery. I would recommend it to all that are considering going down such a route.' - Escalate