How Internet Filters Impact Student Learning in High Schools
A required reference for all involved in education, particularly intellectual freedom. A pioneering study of how internet controls impact student learning and teaching effectiveness.
The Social Construction of Web Appropriation and Use
This innovative study provides an in-depth understanding how librarians have perceived the World Wide Web from its early implementation to 2003, and how the Web is appropriated and used in libraries.
The most rigorous account and investigation of online adult learning ever conducted. This book is must reading for scholars and students to understand this critical field.
The Changing Psychology and Evolving Pedagogy of Online Learning
A pioneering study, this monograph examines the broader implications for the design of conversational environments, whether for educational or business use.
Does having Internet access at home help improve academic performance? This book answers this question with its thorough investigation.
Examines and provides important insights on how the Internet influences the learning process. The book also notes that personal factors such as motivation and expertise interact with web site design to influence learning outcomes. It also sheds light on how learning from a website can be primed based on the content presented before exposure.
A trailblazing study in the field of online instruction, this book is critical for all collections in Communications and Education.
A much-awaited book--one of the first comprehensive investigations of the relationship between virtual charter schools and home schooling.
A Case Study of a Biology Museum Online
Provides important results and implications for any educator concerned with improving learning outcomes. This work is a beacon that will guide educators in their curriculum development efforts.