SIGIA-L Mail Archives: SIGIA-L: Internet Based Teaching and Inf
SIGIA-L: Internet Based Teaching and Information Design
From: James Weinheimer (jamesw_at_Princeton.EDU)
Date: Mon Dec 11 2000 - 14:12:07 EST
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Internet Based Teaching
Learn all you need to know about eTeaching, by taking our online course on
"Internet Based Teaching". This course introduces all aspects of online
teaching and eLearning for beginners.
Information Design is the study of how information can be organized and
presented so that it can be easily accessed and understood.
Topics will include: types of information (verbal, visual, metaphoric,
narrative, etc.); information design strategies; information classification;
graphic design; scientific visualization; the design of instructions;
information design in media and advertising; and information design in the
Classes start January 15, 2001, facilitated by Dr. Hilary McLellan (SUNY and
Wyatt Digital, Inc.). 12 weeks, with 1.5 to 2 hours per week, flex-timed, with
peer interaction and instructor support.
At the above URLs you can review course descriptions and a video introduction
without a password by using the links on the left.
Instructor facilitated courses cost $795 per participants and discounts are
available to academic institution members. Classes are limited to 20
Please call Kristian Pascoli at 800-469-0684 for more information. For
additional eCommerce courses visit our site at www.esocrates.com
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