A contemporary look at the merger of techlogy and education! This timely collection of analytical essays provides provocative discourse on the role techlogy will play in education in the 21st century. In this book, an esteemed panel of educators, information specialists, program designers, and researchers discusses issues, trends, and problems in online techlogy and its potential to re-energize the educational system. The Web?s promise to provide unique opportunities for improved instruction is a given; how that promise can be fulfilled is the debate that fuels The Web in Higher Education. The Web in Higher Education offers detailed proposals for: * designing Web-based programs * designing online courses * implementing Web-based course-management systems * developing a community prototype for educators * using the Web to enhance televised education A thoughtful look at the role of online techlogy in education, this insightful book is essential for educators and administrators. The Web in Higher Education serves as a reference point for the merger of teaching and techlogy that will likely define the educational process in the 21st century.