JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY
Dr. Kamal Kishore Jain writes from Malaysia in Motivating E-Learners - A Case Study of E-Learners Seeking An Advanced Degree From UNITAR. He gives several tips based on his observations in teaching on-line courses.
In Why Webmasters make good pets, Dave Taylor explains why it is important for student affairs departments to have good webmasters and IT people.
Will Barratt and Charlie Potts charm us with their image of the virtual "union break" with Where is the virtual campus union?.
In his article Enter the RAAP!, Matt Morano provides a description of an appointment, tracking, and evaluation system that is both innovative and automated.
Bill Warters describes a new website designed to help staff members support students' appropriate use of conflict resolution skills in Leveraging the Power of the Web to Help Resolve Student Conflicts.
Brian Cremins writes about African American filmmaker and novelist Oscar Micheaux (1884-1951) and how his pioneering work in a variety of media is not so unlike our work in cyberspace in "This is a modern age".
Leslie Dare reviews Deep Learning for a Digital Age (Written by Van B. Weigel).
Finally, Stuart Brown reviews We've Got Blog: How Weblogs are Changing Our Culture and The Weblog HandbookDeep Learning for a Digital Age.
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