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A Practical Approach to the Teaching of Internet Programming and Multimedia Technologies

A Practical Approach to the Teaching of Internet Programming and Multimedia Technologies,10.1007/978-3-642-14657-2_30,Philip M. Tsang,Reggie Kwan,Vinc

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This paper describes a case study analysis of an implementation model that has been employed to enhance the currency and reputation of a key course in the ICT suite of subjects offered by a Hong Kong University. The model described is referred to as the Tripod Approach. The model is an enhancement of the iteration model of innovation and incorporates three critical components namely: A virtual laboratory environment, a self-paced guide book, and a portal for information dissemination and collegiality building. Implementation of the model was shown to be successful as demonstrated by statistical analysis and semi structured interviews. The Tripod Approach has resulted in a changed student mindset towards a traditionally difficult and unappealing ICT course. It is suggested that the model ought to be applied to other disciplines that are besieged by the problems of rapid change in content and technology.
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