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Teaching on the Internet
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Visions Volume 2, Number 1, ISSN 1087-9382

Abstract

Discusses Internet graduate teaching experiences at the University of Central Florida and explores the pros and cons of online instruction. Describes Internet courses as asynchronous, allowing students to participate at any time and place. States that faculty must be excellent teachers, able to translate their styles into effective, digital-education formats. (VWC)

Citation

Kubala, T. (1998). Teaching on the Internet. Visions, 2(1), 44-46. Retrieved September 26, 2022 from .

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