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The State of the European Union, 6Law, Politics, and Society$
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Tanja A. Börzel and Rachel A. Cichowski

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780199257409

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2004

DOI: 10.1093/019925740X.001.0001

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Web‐Teaching the EU: Online Sources and Online Courses

Web‐Teaching the EU: Online Sources and Online Courses

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(p.334) 16 Web‐Teaching the EU: Online Sources and Online Courses
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The State of the European Union, 6
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Michael Baun

Phil Wilkin

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/019925740X.003.0016

Highlights the numerous resources and possibilities offered by web technology for teaching about the EU. It discusses the informational and pedagogic resources offered to teachers by web technology, highlighting various software options as well as resources placed on the Internet by the EU specifically for web‐teachers. Includes first‐hand information on the practicalities of developing and teaching a web‐based course on the EU. Baun is Director of an innovative new EU Web Course programme taught jointly by professors in the University System of Georgia and their counterparts at the University of Munich in Germany, and discusses both design and curricula as well as lessons learnt from actually teaching the courses in this web‐based transatlantic programme.

Keywords:   curricula, design, EU Web Course programme, EU, Internet resources, University of Munich, University System of Georgia, web technology, web‐based transatlantic programme, web‐teaching

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