Re: Software for internet-based courses
- Thank you for taking a look at the still under construction web site.
I have made some corrections as noted and will change the yucky yellow
background. I am going to add a checklist for the students to use
when checking other student's work. I feel I'm on the right track
anyway. I'm also going to read up (my summer reading)on assessing
student's work for this kind of environment. Would also like to
incorporate a web cam at two different school locations. Or is anyone
else using web cams and would like to connect?
- Hi Ron,
I had a look at your site as well. I've added mention of your site to your
information page here:
Good luck with your projects, and keep us updated on your progress.
> Hello everyone! I've been rather busy and unable to participate in
> this listserv since I joined a few months ago. I want to respond to
> the software issue.
> When I first began working with ESL students in an online environment,
> I used commercial software to develop the site for my students. I've
> used Blackboard and E-College and I liked them both. I needed more
> control over how information was being delivered to my students and
> decided to create my own online course by creating simple to read web
> pages. The commercial software tends to have too much distraction and
> too much information not needed by ESL students. The students like the
> simple approach and can hardly wait to get started (me too). I am
> enjoying the learning aspect of constructing my own site using
> Dreamweaver. It is still under construction and if you would like to
> take a look at it, I would appreciate any comments. http://www.m-z.biz
> Just click where it says "Test Site" or click on the construction
> image. Thanks. Ron Fujihara
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