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- Academic integrity in electronic universities of the new millennium: a practitioner's perspective
- Salmon, Gilly; Gray, Colin; Edwards, Charles
- In the increasingly competitive field of management education, the Open University Business School (OUBS) is Britain's market leader. Drawing on its experience as a pioneer of open and distance learning in the management education field, OUBS has now extended its system of student communication and support to include the use of computer-mediated conferencing (CMC) as a mass teaching tool. This paper describes the use of CMC in the graduate entry course to the MBA, a course that attracts some 1,500 managers each year from across Europe, and summarises the student evaluation of their use of CMC as a learning support medium. The paper concludes with a discussion of the implications of the student's reaction to CMC for the future effective use of ICT in management education.
- Publication type
- Conference paper
- Paper presented at the 4th Annual Global Alliance for Transnational Education Conference, Paris, France, 29 September 1999
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- Academic integrity; CMS; Computer-mediated conferencing; Distance learning; E-learning; Elearning; Electronic universities; Management education; Online learning; Open learning; Open University Business School; Teaching tools
- Global Alliance for Transnational Education (GATE)
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- Copyright © 1999.
- Peer reviewed