Self-Funding Perpetual Course Development: Dynamic Content at UNBC

By Lynda Williams.

Published by The Technology Collection

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Initiated as a solution for a computing literacy course with a substantial enough web presence to dispense with textbooks, the dynamic content fee at UNBC is spreading to other fields.

Keywords: Funding Course Development, Computing Literacy Course, Open Source Courseware, Reduced Student Cost for Course Content

International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp.71-76. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.087MB).

Ms. Lynda Williams

Lynda Williams has pioneered in more than one field of innovation surrounding the use of computers. She founded one of the first FreeNets in Canada, introduced WebCT to her university and holds two applied technology awards at the provincial level, as well as an honorary mention in the first every WebCT exemplary course awards. She works as elearning coordinator for the University of Northern British Columbia, where also teaches applied computing courses in a part-time capacity. In her spare time, Lynda is writing a science fiction saga brought out simultaneously by Edge Science Fiction, in Canada, and Windstorm Creative, in the United Stages. She has a husband, three children, and an avid interest in many things. Her first novel, Throne Price, was short listed for the Benjamin Franklin award.


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