The Strategios site development started in 1995 which has since been maintained by Colin Clarke-Hill and Ismo Kuhanen for the use by their students and all other members of the scholarly community on the Internet. The page is under continuous development and new material will be added on a regular basis.
Strategios is a self directed study support resource for business, management and research students and instructors studying or teaching at Management Class client colleges and universities. Apart from the learning material available on 'public domain' on the Internet, Strategios also contains our own lectures and other material that we have created or 'acquired' from our colleagues and made available for your personal use only. Please feel free to use the material and let us know if you do not find what you need or have any problems in accessing any of the links listed on Strategios.
In keeping with the ethos of the Internet, we respect the copyrights of owners of the site links or material we have used and we expect our users to respect our own and all third party intellectual property rights when using any material from our sites.
HyperCourseware is a prototype electronic educational environment developed in 1990 by Kent Norman at the University of Maryland, College Park, to be used in an electronic classroom called the "Teaching Theater" whilst our answer to that was Strategios:
M Clarke-Hill and I M Kuhanen (2002) Creating
a Web Site for Studying Strategic Management; BEST Innovations
a Web Site for Studying Strategic Management; Chapter in Learning
and Teaching for Business Studies: Case Studies of Successful
Innovations, Edited by Roland Kaye and David Hawkridge,
2003. Kogan Page, UK.
Case Study Teaching Notes, Strategy: Analysis and Practice, John McGee, Warwick Business School, Howard Thomas, Warwick Business School, David Wilson, Warwick Business School, 2005, McGraw-Hill or Case Study Based Learning
Blended Learning is the combination of multiple approaches to pedagogy or teaching. For example:- self-paced, collaborative or inquiry-based study. Blended learning can be accomplished through the use of 'blended' virtual and physical resources. Examples include combinations of technology-based materials and traditional print materials.
The concept of blended learning has particular relevance to language learning (see point 8 below).
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