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Instruction Innovation Train of Life - ..\..\TOLRailway.wav Move - Sway Jensen Emeritus Teacher of Bookkeeping Trinity College in San Antonio 190 Nightfall Slope Street Sugar Slope, NH 03586 603-823-8482 rjensen@trinity.edu http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/
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Instruction Technology Train of Life - ..\..\TOLRailway.wav Dance - Bob Jensen Emeritus Professor of Accounting Trinity University in San Antonio 190 Sunset Hill Road Sugar Hill, NH 03586 603-823-8482 rjensen@trinity.edu http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/“ Therein lies the genuine inconvenience. Learning is work. We\'re offering the dream that innovation can change that. It can’t. No innovation ever has. Gutenberg’s press just made it less demanding to print books, not less demanding to peruse and comprehend them.” Peter Berger, "The Land of iPods and Honey," The Irascible Professor , February 26, 2007 -   at http://irascibleprofessor.com/remarks 02-26-07.htm

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One-On-One Online Instruction

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Multimedia Beethoven by Robert Winter, UCLA A Pocket Guide to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony Life and Times of Beethoven Guide for Listening Enhancement Sequential Analyses as Symphony Plays All Four Parts A Close Analysis for Musicians A Close Analysis for Listeners The Ninth Game

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Synchronous versus Nonconcurrent Traditional Courses Online Courses Adept at Stanford versus Amy Dunbar at UCON

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Education Technology Bob Jensen’s Education Technology Links - http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/000aaa/0000start.htm Local Computer Link - Click Here

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Links to Bob Jensen\'s Workshop Documents on Education and Learning Bob Jensen\'s Education and Learning The Shocking Future of Educationâ  (Including Open-Share Course Materials From Prestigious Universities) E-Learning and Distance Education\'s Topâ  (Award-Winning) Illustrations Bob Jensen\'s Threads on Cross-Border (Transnational) Training and Education Alternatives and Tricks/Tools of the Trade  â â â  (Including Edutainment and Learning Games)  â â â  (Includes helps for the crippled, impaired, and learning tested)

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The Dark Side of the 21st Century: Concerns About Technologies in Educationâ  Assessment Issues, Case Studies, and Research History and Future of Course Authoring TechnologiesDetails Knowledge Portals and VortalsDetails Bob Jensen\'s Advice to New Faculty (and Resources) Bob Jensen\'s Threads on Electronic Books Threads of Online Program Costs and Faculty Compensation Bob Jensen\'s Helper Videos and Tutorials

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Jensen and Sandlin Book entitled Electronic Teaching and Learning: Trends in Adapting to Hypertext, Hypermedia, and Networks in Higher Education (both the 1994 and 1997 Updated Versions) Some Earlier Papers Working Paper 265 on Metacognition Metacognitive Concerns in Designs and Evaluations of Computer Aided Education and Training: Are We Misleading Ourselves About Measures of Success? http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/265wp.htm

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Working Paper 255 on Asynchronous Learning Networks Using Asynchronous Network Courses to Bridge Gaps in the Teeth of a University Curriculum With Imported Gold: Bridgework May Be Optimally Effective Only by Incurring High Labor Expenses http://www.trinity.edu/rjnsen/255wp.htm  Additional Links and Threads - http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/Threads.htm

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The Year 1858 When the University of London initiated correspondence courses in 1858, the first college to do as such, its understudies (regularly ostracizes in what were then the states of Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, and South Africa), found the project by overhearing people\'s conversations and composed the college to enroll.â  the college then despatched, by post-and-pontoon, what today we would call the course plot, an arrangement of past examination papers and a rundown of spots the world over where examinations were conducted.â  It cleared out any "learning" to the hapless understudy, who sat the examination at whatever point he or she felt ready:â  a genuinely "flexible" schedule!â  this was the original of separation training (Tabsall and Ryan, 1999):â  "independent" learning for exceptionally energetic and ingenious autodidacts impeded by separation . (Page 71) Yoni Ryan who composed Chapter 5 of The Changing Faces of Virtual Education - Dr. Glen Farrell, Study Team Leader and Editor The Commonwealth of Learning

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Myths About Education Technologies Myths Online Link - http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/000aaa/thetools.htm#Myths Myths Local Computer Link - ../000aaa/thetools.htm#Myths Online E-testing can diminish duping (Barsky&Catanach) - http://www.cs.trinity.edu/~rjensen/EdTech/Etesting.pdf Local Link - ..\Etesting.pdf

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Using E-Learning Technologies to Enhance Delivery of the Introductory Managerial Accounting Course American Accounting Association 2007 Jim Bulloch Award for Innovation in Management Education - http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2007/08/29/e_test http://www.cs.trinity.edu/~rjensen/EdTech/Etesting.pdf Local Link - ..\Etesting.pdf

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E-testing Can Reduce Cheating Basrsky & Catanach - ..\Etesting.pdf Learning Modules on Blackboard Server Randomized subsets of inquiries and requesting of inquiries Unique numbers for each computational issue Immediate criticism with plausibility of retaking for part credit

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Online Testing http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/assess.htm#OnlineOffCampus Local Link - ../assess.htm#OnlineOffCampus UserView can be utilized for remote testing - http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/assess.htm#OnlineOffCampus Sylvan Learning Centers Student Partnering Attestations Village Vicar, Employment Supervisors, and so forth. Assessmeent in General - http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/assess.htm Local Link - ..\..\assess.htm

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Active Versus Passive Learning Web Link - http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/265wp.htm Local Link - ..\..\265wp.htm

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Memory & Metacognition Multimedia and Other Technologies Can Give Students What They Want by Making Learning More of the Following: Easy (e.g., intuitive illustrations, intelligent databases, simplicity of inquiry, straightforward entry, simplicity of discovering help, simplicity of route, and so forth.) Fun (livelinesss, features, sound, and so on.) Inspirational (cream-of-the-product educators, access to specialists and sparks) Realistic (arranged reproductions and virtual reality) Collaborative (simplicity of correspondence and collective programming) Efficient (gain from any area whenever at less cost with customized information bases and entries)

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Memory & Metacognition What Students Want is Not Necessarily What They Need Humans hold more when something is difficult to learn. People hold more when something is agonizing to learn and that a maintenance\'s piece of what is discovered is the battle in discovering the answers. Understudies hold more when they reason and find something all alone . Inclining from slip-ups may be the best educator. People are inclined to data over-burden . The pace of life and learning may to be sure be an executioner.

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Online Education Can be More or Less Expensive than Onsite Education Internet join - http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/distcost.htm Local Link - ..\..\distcost.htm

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Online Education Can be More or Less Expensive than Onsite Education Online Program Costs - http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/DistCost.htm Local Link - ..\..\distcost.htm The Technology Costing Methodology Project .The TCM Handbook diagrams the approaches and philosophy used to compute innovation costs. The beginning input shows that the TCM Handbook will be a helpful apparatus for organizations and framework workplaces to investigate instructional innovation costs for choice making purposes. A PDF record is accessible for download 1.9 MB [large file] - http://www.wiche.edu/telecom/ventures/tcm/proj-products.htm Local Link - ..\Miscellaneous\TCM_Casebook_Final.pdf

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Building Design and Equipment WebLink - http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/000aaa/thetools.htm#Design Local Link - ..\..\000aaa\thetools.htm

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Top e-Learning Technologies E-mail originates before the Internet\'s initiation, and was truth be told a significant instrument in making the Internet. MIT initially exhibited the Compatible Time-Sharing System (CTSS) in 1961 . It permitted different clients to sign into the IBM 7094[3] from remote dial-up terminals, and to store records online on plate. This new capacity urged clients to share data in new ways. Email began in 1965 as a path for numerous clients of a period sharing centralized server PC to convey. In spite of the fact that the accurate history is dim, among the first frameworks to have such an office were SDC\'s Q32 and MIT\'s CTSS.

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Email Hypermedia and File Attachments Ability to insert representation in Email messages. Capacity to play feature, sound, and other sight and sound documents to email messages. Capacity to append Excel, PowerPoint, and other learning records to email messages.

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Educational Search Databases Yahoo and Google survived serious web index rivalry. Feature and Book Search Engines Google Books and other online libraries

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Top 10 e-Learning Technologies PLATO began in 1960 at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Internet started in 1969 "Spreadsheets in Education–The First 25 Years," byâ  John E Baker Director, Natural Maths john@naturalmaths.com.au   and Stephen J Sugden School of Information Technology, Bond University ssugden@bond.edu.au , July 24, 2003 - http://www.sie.bond.edu.au/articles/1.1/bakersugden.pdf VisiCalc in 1979 World Wide Web & HTML in 1989

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Interactive Web Distributed learning over the Internet in which understudies could communicate with learning modules on a focal server. Conveyed PC diversions and recreations Instant informing Email Chat Rooms MySpace and FaceBook

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Interactive Course Management Systems Authorware ToolBook WebCT BlackBoard Moodle

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ALN and Pres

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