Second Generation Internet Implementation: What Works and What Doesn't

Many of our colleges have demonstrated the feasibility and validity of delivering quality instruction via the Internet. Many of our first attempts were as much trial and error as demonstrations of instructional design applied to a new media. As we gather experience, we can more easily focus on what instructional approaches are likely to lead to successful learning via this powerful media. In this presentation Dr. Garrett will discuss and demonstrate the difference between instructional approaches she uses to successfully teach on the web: literacy courses, introductory skill courses, advanced skill courses, and team projects, citing examples from her two plus years of teaching on the web.

There are Three GENERAL components to on-line instruction that are critical to success:  Design and development of instruction; Class management and communications, student support:

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Mary Garrett, Ph.D., CCP, Director Learning Technologies
Kellogg Community College
450 North Ave
Battle Creek, Mi. 49017
616-965-3931 X2249