Ramkhamhaeng University




Day Two: June 15, 1999





A Workshop on


Classroom Web Technology



Robert Beard





Bucknell University


 

II. Organizing On-line Course Materials


  1. What should an on-line syllabus contain?
    1. Instructor information
    2. Course management information
    3. Readings & assignments
    4. Schedule or calendar
    5. Lecture notes
      1. Complete notes
      2. Lecture outlines with blackboard material
      3. Questions on the readings
    6. Links to relevant websites
    7. Interactive instructional exercises
    8. Testing exercises (test for reading)

  2. How should information be organized?
    1. Single syllabus
    2. Sectioned syllabus
    3. Table of Contents

  3. Advantages
    1. Interactivity
      1. Verify homework
      2. Immediate response
    2. On-line notes
      1. Students have more accurate notes
      2. Less note-taking in class
      3. Less board-writing in class
      4. Syllabus may be easily up-dated


The WWW Organization Using Web Editors Tables & Frames Graphics Workshop
Writing HTML Forms & Java Teaching Languages Resources Conclusion World Lecture
Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA 17837
1999 Robert Beard