Contract and Effectiveness of Web Based and Web Supported Course Delivery for An Upper Division Management Information System Course: Benefits of e-Learning
The purpose of this study was to compare web based and web supported delivery of an undergraduate Management Information System course. The courses were very similar with in-class comprehensive final examine, group project, web based quizzes and midterms, etc. Given the same rigor existed with both delivery modes, will the web based class perform as well as the web supported class?
||Web Based, Web Supported, e-Learning, Distance Learning, Education
The International Journal of Learning, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp.19-26.
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Professor Information Systems and Decision Sciences, Craig School of Business, California State University, Fresno, ca, USA
e-Learning and health care are a major focuses of research. Decision Support Systems, Group Decision Making, Expert Systems, and Financial Management Information Systems are my specialty areas. Manpower management experience with hospitals provided a broad and in-depth background. Experience in Management and Control systems included work at Anderson consulting, military, and teaching. Experiences in Computer Systems included Data Base Management Systems at the University of Michigan, and consulting assignments. The artistic contribution to quantitative analysis was my goal. My view was to integrate the person in the system resulting in an improved quality of life.
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