Web Teaching Guide: A Practical Approach to Creating Course Web Sites
by Sarah Horton
Prompted by student enthusiasm and by the opportunity to enhance college courses, more and more faculty members in higher education are incorporating the Web into their teaching. This helpful book is designed to answer the questions an educator who lacks extensive technical experience asks about creating a Web site: Why should I use the Web? How can the Web enhance my teac...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published October 11th 2000 by Yale University Press
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For new CWRL instructors who created web sites amidst the flurry of orientation activities, Web Teaching Guide offers an opportunity—and a mechanism—for reflecting on and revising your site as you head into the next semester. Although the author addresses some issues that are irrelevant at this point in our careers (e.g., getting institutional support for your web site), there is still plenty of useful stuff here. In particular, interspersed throughout the book are *question-based summary sectio...more