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Governance of E-Learning Applications: Networks for Communication
July 20, 2004

This bulletin examines the importance of campus-wide governance of e-learning applications and provides models for these governance structures. It analyzes the development of a governance model f…

Faculty Use of Course Management Systems Key Findings
May 20, 2003

Faculty Use of Course Management Systems is a key findings summary of how faculty members use course management systems for teaching. Faculty Use…

The New Landscape for Course Management Systems
May 13, 2003

Course management systems have reached an important juncture in their evolutionary lifecycle. With e-learning becoming integral to the curriculum in many colleges and universities, the scope and …

Faculty Use of Course Management Systems
May 20, 2003

Abstract Faculty Use of Course Management Systems is a study of how faculty members use course management systems for teaching. More than 730 faculty and instructional staff throughout t…

Selecting Course Management Software to Meet the Requirements of Faculty and Students
April 16, 2002

Many institutions are making the decision to adopt a course management system. But which one, and based on what criteria? This Research Bulletin describes a methodology for selecting a course man…

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