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NLII Viewpoint, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Spring/Summer 1996
January 1, 1996

The NLII Viewpoint is a collection of previously published articles that discuss the relationship between technology and instruction. The purpose of the NLII Viewpoint is to identify substantive a…

The Virtual University
January 1, 1997

This paper synthesizes the discussion on the future of higher education held by a 1996 Educom/IBM Roundtable of 45 higher education leaders. The paper gives an overview of the trends affecting hig…

Notes for the June 4-5, 1997 NLII-ITP Symposium on Creating and Delivering Collegiate Learning Materials in a Distributed (Networked) Learning Environment
January 1, 1997

This is a pre-symposium paper from the June 1997 Educom-ITP symposium report examining the four-phase process of creating learning materials and using them in credit-bearing courses: content assemb…

Financial and International Issues Driving Change for Distributed Learning
January 1, 2002

Johnstone reviews recent work by the Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunication regarding activities in the policy arena that are likely to have an impact on distributed learning. For ex…

Winning Systems: New Ways of Looking at Students and Resources Lead to Improvements in How We Deliver Education
January 1, 2003

Systemic institutional transformation is a key area of NLII research, toward enabling education that is active and learner-centered, dynamic and lifelong, collaborative, cost-effective, high-qualit…

Come Together: Campuses Find the Road to Success Lined with Partnerships and Collaborations
January 1, 2003

Partnering in the learning marketspace is an NLII key theme because it provides new opportunities to reconfigure the way that instruction is funded, developed, marketed, delivered, and supported. W…

How (and Why) to Listen to Heavy Metal: Participating in Standards Development Lets Higher Education Control its Destiny
January 1, 2003

One of the goals of the NLII is developing tools and standards to support new learning environments and creating market structures for the development of interactive learning materials. The NLII g…

Putting the Learner at the Center: Next-Generation Innovation Emphasizes Enabling Learning in Classrooms and E-Learning Environments
January 1, 2003

Learner-centered practices are instructional design and teaching practices that are based on what we know about learning and cognition. Such practices encourage meaningful learning and create envir…

Principle-Based Technology and Learning Environment Design for Managing Growing Demand for Digital Learning Content
January 1, 2003

Technology that supports and enhances learner-centered practices is a key theme and an important research area for the NLII and one of the reasons Margaret Haughey, editor of the Journal of Distanc…

If You Give A Student A Computer: Patrick McElroy Suggests a Win-Win Model for Managing Growing Demand for Digital Learning Content
January 1, 2003

One of the NLII's top priorities is the fostering of market structures for the development and delivery of interactive learning materials. The program is focused especially on markets that pro…

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