Researchcopyright©1999 Dr. Jack Johnson, Dr. Terry Roach, & Roderick Hames
Administering a Keyboarding Course On The World Wide Web (The Georgia Experiment)
Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, Volume II, Number I, Spring 1999 State University of West Georgia, Distance Education


Distance learning is an emerging model for the presentation and administration of educational content in schools across the country, at both secondary and post-secondary institutions. The forum used at the State University of West Georgia combines both distance learning and on-line Internet instruction. This study addresses the implementation of distance learning instruction in a selected business education graduate course in keyboarding methodology.
Informal Research Paper:  copyright©1998 Roderick Hames
INTEGRATING THE INTERNET INTO THE BUSINESS EDUCATION PROGRAM
It is essential that the Internet be a useful and vital component of the business education curriculum if business programs across the country are to continue to meet the needs of its students. It is this paper’s goal to show the huge impact the Internet has had on business and to reveal some of the unusual benefits that the Internet can provide for business education.
 Formal Research Paper:  | Table of Contents | Paper | copyright©1996 Roderick Hames Conversations with College ProfessorsExpert Discussion about Keyboarding Issues
A provocative discussion about keyboarding issues with professors of Business Education from around the country.  This collection of questions and answers was the culmination of 40 professors taking part in an online discussions with students via Internet chat rooms and email correspondence.  Be aware the document is very long but well worth the insight that can be gleaned.
Study1: THE BENEFITS OF BUSINESS AND EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS
            copyright©1993 Roderick Hames
Business and school partnerships are two groups that have one common interest. Both are extremely concerned about the success of graduating students in American schools. Both can also make a significant difference in the success of those graduating students.  This paper discusses the need and findings of implementing partnerships with businesses.
Study2:  THE TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES IN BUSINESS EDUCATION
            copyright©1993 Roderick Hames
Since the invention of the typewriter in 1868, the business education curriculum has gone through tremendous changes.  This research report will examine changes in business education caused by the rapid advancements of technology.


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