Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Internet in higher education; Educational web sites;
Supplemental websites have the potential to assist students in gathering course materials, encouraging topic exploration, and increasing the ability for students to communicate in a traditional face-to-face technology college classroom. This project description presents the results of a supplemental website's development and deployment into a traditional face-to-face college technology course, and measures its success. The research focuses on successful Internet employment within traditional classrooms to ensure that the content of the supplemental website has value to the students. The methodology used to develop the website and select materials was based upon the Dick and Carey Instructional Design Method (Dick & Carey, 2001). The project reaches two major conclusions: a) based on student responses and server logs, the supplemental technology website is being used by students and b) students value having the resource available to them during the technology course.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Leigh E. Zeitz
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©2009 Mark W. Bromwich
Bromwich, Mark W., "Implementing supplemental course material websites for higher education technology courses" (2009). Graduate Research Papers. 448.