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Shneiderman, B., Alavi, M., Norman, K., Borkowski, E. (September 1995)
Windows of Opportunity in Electronic Classrooms
Communications of the ACM, Log on Education column, vol. 38, 11 (Nov. 1995) 19-24.
HCIL-95-19, CS-TR-3542, CAR-TR-797

In our seven year effort to build electronic classrooms we tried to balance the pursuit of new technologies with the exploration of new teaching/learning styles while providing the necessary infrastructure for faculty training and support, and collecting ample evaluation data to guide our transformation. This experience has led to a growing community of faculty users, widespread student acceptance, and administration support for expansion. After four years of usage by 44 faculty (20 tenured, 9 untenured, 15 other staff) from 16 departments offering 122 courses with over 4010 students we are ready to report on the lessons we have learned. Courses filled most slots from 8am to 10pm, and were as diverse as The Role of Media in the American Political Process, Chinese Poetry into English, Marketing Research Methods, Database Design, and Saving the Bay.


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