Panel on: Software Compare and Contrast: Blackboard, WebCT and Lotus Notes

Barbara Lewis, Virginia MacEntee, Pam Youngs-Maher
InSITE 2002  •  Volume 2  •  2002
With the introduction of the World Wide Web, the learning environment is changing. Online courses allow learners, once bound by place and time constraints in the traditional classroom, new access to education and collaborative learning. Technology enables this method of delivering education. Selection of technology and software needs to be based on the needs and objectives of the online programs and the students. The instructor needs components that will allow him/her to create active learning experiences in the courses. This investigation evaluated three Course Management Software programs based on each one's ability to accommodate different active learning experiences in online courses.
Active Learning, Online Learning, Course Management Software, WebCT, Blackboard, Lotus Notes Domino Server
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