Request for Articles: Special issue: “Curriculum, Instruction, Learning and the Internet” ‘Educational Technology & Society’ (ISSN 1436-4522)

August 7, 2000

While Internet access is growing in schools, universities and the corporate training arena at a geometric rate, a recent article related to Telematics and Internet based course development stated that every hour of web instruction was costing about 100 hours of preparation. There is an apparent need to harness the educational value of the Internet, as it is, without extremely time consuming authorship. Therefore, this special issue will focus on the curricular, instructional, and learning aspects of the Internet for professors, teachers and trainers who do not construct web courses or highly complex web creations.