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MAHE Journal, v18 Oct 1995

This annual serial issue contains seven articles on technology and higher education at institutions in Maryland. "A Faculty Development Model for the Virtual Campus" (Diane E. Davies) describes a seminar that helps instructors at the University of Maryland University College adapt to on-line teaching and learning. "The Maryland Instructional Framework: A Project for All Reasons" (Ronald L. Dietz) describes a project that uses computer technology to help elementary and secondary school teachers. "Designing a Hypertext Knowledgebase for Maximum Use" (James H. Rawson) recounts some of the design decisions in using Hyptertext as a teaching tool. "Project ICONS (International Communication and Negotiation Simulation) International Negotiation Seminars Project: Teaching with Technology" (Brigid Starkey and Jonathan Wilkenfeld) describes the program that won a 1994 Distinguished Program award. Both "The Circuitous Dilemma: The Role of the State, of Business, of the Consumer, and of Higher Education in Twenty-First Century Economic Development" (Robert F. Wiedefeld) and "Community Colleges and Workforce Training: Past Performance and Future Direction" (Craig A. Clagett and Andrew L. Meyer) both look at higher education and economic development in Maryland. The last article is "A Survey of Practices Relating to Faculty Handbooks at Maryland Postsecondary Educational Institutions" (Margaret C. Ryan). Most articles contain references. (JB)

Descriptors: College Faculty, Community Colleges, Computer Uses in Education, Economic Development, Educational Technology, Elementary School Teachers, Elementary Secondary Education, Faculty Development, Faculty Handbooks, Higher Education, Job Training, Program Development, Secondary School Teachers, Technological Advancement

Maryland Association for Higher Education (MAHE), Prince George's Community College, 301 Largo Road K-231, Largo, MD 20772.





Autor: Clagett, Craig A., Ed.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=7300&id=ED394365



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