Sunday, May 24, 2009

The Impact of Integrating a Web-Based Document Management System into the Educational Process at UIS

The University of Illinois at Springfield has adopted a web-based document management system for use by all faculty, staff, and students. This technology, which has been named eDocs, has led to efficiencies in the exchange of information between students and faculty in online courses, and also to improved collaboration and increased student engagement.

This is a so-called presentation blog, and each blog posting deals with a separate topic that I would like to cover. Note that anyone can post a comment on any of the individual blog postings.


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