Using technology to facilitate student learning in information systems
Source of Publication
ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings
A new learning environment that uses technology as a fundamental basis is discussed. The technology-based campus creates an environment that fosters group interactions and allow students and faculty to build learning communities. Faculty can join these communities to integrate multiple learning perspectives and provides guidance and learning structures where reflection and critical views are encouraged. The new learning environment has resulted in a less inhibited student body where technology is used extensively to interact with other students, faculty members and the outside community to seek and create knowledge.
Database systems, Electronic mail, Feedback, Information technology, Internet, Knowledge acquisition, Optimization, Project management, Students, World Wide Web, Electronic portfolios, Information systems, Learning communities, Learning perspectives, Learning systems
Lansari, Azzedine; Al-Rawi, Akram; and Bouslama, Faouzi, "Using technology to facilitate student learning in information systems" (2004). All Works. 3877.
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