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At the micro-level, it is important to involve the eventual user as much and as early as possible in the design process (see Chapter 11). Also, Web technology should be accepted as the standard platform. At the mesolevel, integrating technology use into instructional practice takes time, often fails to take root, and presents the instructor with many challenges (see Chapters 18 and 21). Leamers generally have positive reactions to technology use in their leaming settings (but as they gain more experience are more critical of usability problems).
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They remain open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Students take lessons, make tests, ask questions and get answers virtually, as they would do in a traditional physical school building but without leaving their keyboards. Instead of going to school, the virtual school comes to them through their computer screens. An example of this model is the Virtual High School (VHS) project (http : I lvhs. concord. orgl) (Tinker, 1998), a collaborative venture ofhigh schools from all over the USA. All participant schools have access to a wide range of high-quality online courses, offering to teachers great ftexibility in the design of instructional plans and teaching assignments, and to students exposure to work with peers from other backgrounds and cultures (for a rich list of online and correspondence K-12 virtual schools see Wested, (http: I lwww.