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Students came to their professors for instruction; professors became personal gurus to many; their words were written down, digested and often repeated. Many long hours were spent in dark and musty libraries, searching the card catalogs, journals and other sources for literature reviews.

Frustration was high when the typewriters ran out of ribbon or individual letters were unrecognizable because the keys were clogged college student chat rooms ink. Those days are somewhat- long gone. Gone, too, are those days when professors of academia sat in their ivory towers; students were in residence at the universities because off-campus sites were few, and distance learning meant either independent courses studies at roomms distance, or watching a televised series of lectures.

While we are reminiscing, gone is the stereotypical professor attire: jacket with patched elbows. Enter the 's where professors do research from their offices, word processors make revisions easy and students live miles away from campus.

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Distance learning is by satellite, on-line learning is done through computers and web sites, and both faculty and students enter chat rooms to discuss the latest research, articles and issues. Professor's dress codes change with the seasons or who the guest speaker happens to be. One of the biggest questions is roomms long will it be before even more changes take college student chat rooms.

Arthur Schostak, a futurist from Drexel University, recently reported to a group of educators, that the new "Dick Tracy" style computer would be available in June of With events such as this becoming commonplace, the answer appears to be non-existent.

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A better question may be how do we cope and realistically use these changes? Many of us have fond memories of the "old days," however, as the professorate moves into the new millennium, we must be prepared to work with the tools best known to our students. A few of our graduate students still express amazement with changes as evidenced by this student's remarks: Our Library has certainly changed over the past fourteen years!

There is no card catalog as I walk in the door. The copy machines operate by using a card instead of nickels. The microfilm machines are in a different location. At least the journals and college student chat rooms restroom are located in the same area. I feel antique! On the other hand, the amazement changes to appreciation of the ease in access as the student further states "But I must admit; I am thrilled that I am able to complete the research for my paper in a few short hours".

There is something to be said for the memories we hold dear: the smell of the musty library, actually handling the books once we found college student chat rooms the card catalogs, or the thrill of finding the long lost article in some obscure journal.

Or other memories of college student chat rooms down meandering paths around the ivy covered buildings, hanging out and participating in face-to-face debates over a cup of coffee, and waiting around the corridors for the professors to appear, and then the feeling of apprehension as they read our lasted version of THE paper.

What are we missing? Will communication and the "hanging out" be a thing of the past?

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Will students and professors miss the study carrousels and the meeting places? We all experience anxiety over change, however, the anxiety is short-lived. New studenh make teaching and research fun and exciting.

One of the newest changes that we in academia are experiencing and will continue to experience well into the new millennium, is the use of web sites in teaching. Courses on-line are used as virtual reality classes, supplements to face-to-face, and in juxtaposition with college student chat rooms learning and video-conferencing.

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Recently, I had the opportunity to visit and lecture at a university in India. My classes in the United States were held as usual, however, I was teaching and interacting with my classes via the Internet.

chzt The copy machines operate by using a card instead of nickels. The microfilm machines are in a different location. At least the college student chat rooms and the restroom are located in the same area. I feel antique! On the other hand, the amazement changes to appreciation of the ease in access as the student further states "But I must admit; I am thrilled that I am able to complete the research for my paper in a few short hours".

There is something to be said for the memories we hold dear: the smell of the musty library, actually college student chat rooms the books once we found in colldge card catalogs, or the thrill of finding the long lost article in some obscure journal. Or other memories of walking down meandering paths around the ivy covered buildings, hanging out and participating in face-to-face debates over a cup of coffee, and waiting around the corridors for the professors to appear, and then the feeling of apprehension coolege they read our lasted version of THE paper.

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What are we missing? Will communication and the "hanging out" be a thing of the past? Will students and professors miss the study carrousels and the meeting places?

We all experience anxiety over change, however, the anxiety is short-lived. New strategies make teaching and research fun and exciting.

One of the newest changes that we in academia are experiencing and will continue to experience well into the new millennium, is the use of web sites in teaching. Courses on-line are used as virtual reality classes, supplements to face-to-face, and in juxtaposition with distance learning and video-conferencing.

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Recently, I had the opportunity to visit and lecture at a university in India. My classes in the Vhat States were college student chat rooms as usual, however, I was teaching and interacting with my classes via the Internet. There were some initial anxieties on both ends: would I get on the web? Would the students really be able to ask questions, and would I answer them in a timely fashion?

The answers were YES! While there are still some concerns about virtual classrooms, the pros far out the cons. In fact, other classes often include professors from foreign countries who add their comments and insights, giving students a better understanding of comparative education and its diversity. Many of our classes are large, and in the time frame of weekly classes, college student chat rooms all students participate.

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Now, however, students, who before had no voice, are participating in on-line bulletin boards. They are not using technology to hide; they are using technology to reflect before they speak. This security offers chances to rewrite before sending comments, self-esteem is bolstered, and new networks are developed. My students now state their names before they speak in class. Stuxent recognize the name and put a face to college student chat rooms messages they received.

Group projects are more productive because students who normally would not work together because of distance are about to share information over and through chat rooms. Reflective journals, once turned in every couple of weeks and returned a week later with college student chat rooms are now sent over private and professors can stuudent immediate reactions.

Students no longer have to wait for feedback. Handouts are minimal and note taking becomes more sophisticated, Power Point presentations can be downloaded or accessed for further ztudent. Does this take time?

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