qAddressing the ongoing quest for teaching excellence in an increasingly technological society, the information presented in this volume addresses how to effectively implement teaching technologies across disciplinary boundaries. The scholarly dimensions of belief, inquiry, argument, and reflection in information systems are presented with attention to educational theories of metacognition, technology literacy, and community informatics. Training for e-business and public agency work are discussed to better equip instructors for the distinctive information needs of these sectors.qto apply lecture material, and a software project applying class material incorporating into Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. ... Students could look at the study guide, see exactly what they missed, and see where on the Course CBT the skill was covered. ... Eleven percent of students indicated they had no software training, 56% had taken a high school class, 8% had taken a college class, and 67% wereanbsp;...
|Title||:||Current Issues in IT Education|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2003-01-01|