It’s not about putting lecture notes on the web!

David Green


The use of the World Wide Web as part of flexible learning delivery is now well entrenched. To many people, it seems, flexible learning is synonymous with the use of information technology. Flexible learning is, of course, a much broader concept.1 In this article I describe examples of the use of web technology in teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate subjects. The examples chosen show that there are a number of exciting options for using the web that have little to do with transmission of content and much more to do with interactions amongst students, teachers and the body of knowledge.

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