This site was created as a result of the hands-on sessions held at the AACSB/efmd New Learning Technologies in Management Education Workshop at Boston Univeristy, May 30, 1997. The goal was to discuss "examplar Web sites." As a follow up to the workshops, this site was created so that educators can access "examplar" web sites and discuss the Web from an instructional perspective. At this point in time, examplar, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. One objective of the forum section is to strive toward a definition of a "good" or "bad" site.
The current operational definition of "examplar" is that the site is illustrative of the category into which it was placed. Some of the sites use a format which is easy to follow while others are more linear. In most cases, the attempt was to identify sites which offered something different from the other sites within its category. The objective is to be illustrative, not definitive.
This site will only be valuable if others contribute to it. As you explore the Web, if you find a site which you feel is "examplar" and others would benefit from it being posted here, please send the following information via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, if you feel any of the current sites are obsolete and should be removed, please let us know.
The explosive growth of communications enabled by the Internet and the marvelously people-oriented access tool known as the brower has created opportunities for educators to better serve students and meet instructional objectives. But how does one look at the totally disorganized and overwhelmng amount of information on the Internet?
As educators we can think about this globally connecting network of networks from three perspectives:
Discussion topics include:
You can specify additional topics for discussion within the forum.
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Updated June 15, 1997