San Francisco State University

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Cultivating 21st-Century Learners Through an e-Classroom in K-12th School

    Before discussing the challenges facing 21st-century learners in the current education system, the e-classroom needs to be defined. Electronic classroom have various definitions. Electronic classroom include any information and technology used to support learning in the classroom. Workspace.com defines electronic classroom as an interactive learning environment where computers and other...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Applications and Issues of the HyFlex e-Learning Model

    The HyFlex e-learning course model has been pioneered by Dr Brian Beatty at San Francisco State University to meet the needs of Masters students in Instructional Technologies. The basis of the HyFlex model, traditional face-to-face instruction, is supplemented by online activities that duplicate, enhance or replace the face-to-face portion of...

    Provided By San Francisco State University

  • White Papers // May 2008

    A Perspective on ELearning in the K-12 Classroom

    In the traditional classroom, teachers control the content, delivery, and processes students go through in learning a topic. However within the last decade, emerging technologies have begun a paradigm shift in the way teachers instruct their students, increasingly utilizing technology to meet the needs of their students to prepare them...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Textbook Publishing in the 21st Century: Changing the Higher Education System

    There is a lot to indicate that the college textbook publishing system is broken. Students complain about textbook prices. The sales of used books, for which publishers receive no revenue, reduce sales of new books thereby prompting publishers to increase prices to compensate for lost revenue. Instructors require publishers to...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Articulate or Captivate?

    Over the past two years the author has been uncertain whether to complete his Master's thesis, a communication skills e-learning program, in the software program Captivate or Articulate. The author has narrowed it down to these two choices based on his intended objective, (limited) experience using these programs, as well...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Information Architecture and the Design and Development of e-Learning

    The goal of this white paper is to provide a resource for e-Learning designers to create training modules. In carrying out this goal, this paper will provide a thorough examination and discussion of the concept and application of Information Architecture (IA); particularly how IA intersects with the creation and development...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    mLearning Emergence

    mLearning - what is it? In the last four years 'Mobile learning' has gone from a possibility to a near certainty as a medium for delivering instruction. The proliferation of cheap, portable electronic devices, is shaping the direction instruction is taking, all across the world. Also enter the fact that...

    Provided By San Francisco State University

  • White Papers // May 2006

    E-Learning Vs. Instructor-Led Training

    When organizations consider training options for their employees, they have to consider offering an e-learning training format or an instructor-led training format. One major factor in determining which format to use is cost. Cost factors include course development, instructor time, instructor salaries, preparation time, classroom/conference room costs, travel expenses, material...

    Provided By San Francisco State University

  • White Papers // May 2008

    A Perspective on ELearning in the K-12 Classroom

    In the traditional classroom, teachers control the content, delivery, and processes students go through in learning a topic. However within the last decade, emerging technologies have begun a paradigm shift in the way teachers instruct their students, increasingly utilizing technology to meet the needs of their students to prepare them...

    Provided By San Francisco State University

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Applications and Issues of the HyFlex e-Learning Model

    The HyFlex e-learning course model has been pioneered by Dr Brian Beatty at San Francisco State University to meet the needs of Masters students in Instructional Technologies. The basis of the HyFlex model, traditional face-to-face instruction, is supplemented by online activities that duplicate, enhance or replace the face-to-face portion of...

    Provided By San Francisco State University

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Articulate or Captivate?

    Over the past two years the author has been uncertain whether to complete his Master's thesis, a communication skills e-learning program, in the software program Captivate or Articulate. The author has narrowed it down to these two choices based on his intended objective, (limited) experience using these programs, as well...

    Provided By San Francisco State University

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Cultivating 21st-Century Learners Through an e-Classroom in K-12th School

    Before discussing the challenges facing 21st-century learners in the current education system, the e-classroom needs to be defined. Electronic classroom have various definitions. Electronic classroom include any information and technology used to support learning in the classroom. Workspace.com defines electronic classroom as an interactive learning environment where computers and other...

    Provided By San Francisco State University

  • White Papers // May 2006

    E-Learning Vs. Instructor-Led Training

    When organizations consider training options for their employees, they have to consider offering an e-learning training format or an instructor-led training format. One major factor in determining which format to use is cost. Cost factors include course development, instructor time, instructor salaries, preparation time, classroom/conference room costs, travel expenses, material...

    Provided By San Francisco State University

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Information Architecture and the Design and Development of e-Learning

    The goal of this white paper is to provide a resource for e-Learning designers to create training modules. In carrying out this goal, this paper will provide a thorough examination and discussion of the concept and application of Information Architecture (IA); particularly how IA intersects with the creation and development...

    Provided By San Francisco State University

  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    mLearning Emergence

    mLearning - what is it? In the last four years 'Mobile learning' has gone from a possibility to a near certainty as a medium for delivering instruction. The proliferation of cheap, portable electronic devices, is shaping the direction instruction is taking, all across the world. Also enter the fact that...

    Provided By San Francisco State University

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Textbook Publishing in the 21st Century: Changing the Higher Education System

    There is a lot to indicate that the college textbook publishing system is broken. Students complain about textbook prices. The sales of used books, for which publishers receive no revenue, reduce sales of new books thereby prompting publishers to increase prices to compensate for lost revenue. Instructors require publishers to...

    Provided By San Francisco State University