Issues and Innovations in the Implementation and Delivery of Internet and Internet-Based Instruction
Net-based instruction (both Internet and Intranet) is perhaps the best way to combine the interaction of traditional face-to-face instruction with the flexibility of computerized instruction. The delivery of net-based classes has increased dramatically and continues to be one of the fastest growing segments of education. Many sources of information are available to administrators considering which technologies to choose in providing net-based instruction. Several guides are available to students considering enrollment in one of the growing number of colleges offering the innovation. Despite this remarkable growth most net-based classes continue to be developed by individual instructors who have little support for their endeavors.
Journal of Business and Training Education, Vol. 9, Fall 2000, 103-116. ERIC, ED461738.