|3 Workshops on Educational Technology for the 21st Century
Integrating the Internet and the Curriculum
Robert Beard * Bucknell University
|Purpose of the Workshops|
Although only one of the three possible workshops is usually offered, participants should be familiar with the entire array of possibilities in the use of the web for teaching and research. Those possibilities are outlined here. Some suggested preparation, including a recommended reading list, is also included at the bottom of this page. Reading through this outline is the most important preparation for the workshop.
|An Outline of Possible Web Applications for the Classroom|
|The Virtual Frog Dissection Kit|
|Sagittal Section of English Vowels|
|Dictionary of Biographies|
|LISTs and Usenets|
|Books and Monographs|
|CIA World Fact Book|
|Shakespeare's Complete Works|
Examine the on-line courses in your discipline at the World Lecture Hall and bring some ideas of what you want to do on the internet to the workshop.
|World Lecture Hall|
|Art & Art History||Chemistry||German||Economics||French|
|Recommended Readings and Resources|
Beard, Robert 1996. Bucknell On-line Resources. http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu/rbeard/buweb.html
Beard, Robert 1997. The Noteless Classroom. Paper delivered at WebNet 97, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, Toronto, Canada, November 4-9.
Brooks, David 1997. Web-Teaching: A Guide to Designing Interactive Teaching for the World Wide Web. New York: Plenum Press.
de Kerckhove, Derrick 1995. Roadside Romance: TV Marries Computer on the Electronic Highway.
The Discovery Channel 1996. History of the Internet. http://www.discovery.com/DCO/doc/1012/world/technology/internet/inet1.html
Gates, Bill 1996. The Road Ahead (Chapter 9). New York: Penguin Books.
Graham, Ian 1998. HTML 4.0 Sourcebook. New York: John Wiley & Son.
Keating, Anne and Joseph Hargitai 1999. The Wired Professor : A Guide to Incorporating the World Wide Web in College Instruction. New York: New York University Press.
"The Internet: Bringing Order from Chaos", special issue of Scientific American, March 1997.
Irvine, Martin 1996 (visited). Media / Culture / Technology: Resources. http://www.georgetown.edu/grad/CCT/resources/edtech.html.
Johnson-Page, Grace 1996. "Rethinking Teaching and Learning: A Reformation of Liberal Arts Education with Information Technology." http://www.marietta.edu/~johnsong/reform/index.html
Lanham, Richard 1993. The Electronic Word: Democracy, Technology, and the Arts. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Mitchell, William J. 1995. City of Bits: Space, Place and the Infobahn. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Oblinger, Diana (Ed.) 1997. The Learning Revolution : The Challenge of Information Technology in the Academy. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing Co.
O'Donnell, James J. 1996 (visited). New Tools for Teaching. http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/teachdemo
Whitesel, Cynthia April 12, 1998. "Reframing Our Classrooms, Reframing Ourselves: Perspectives from a Virtual Paladin." http://www.microsoft.com/education/hed/vision.htm.
Porter, Lynnette 1997. Creating the Virtual Classroom : Distance Learning With the Internet. New York: John Wiley.