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Through limits set on the time and duration of tests, CNISS instructors can remotely control and maintain test quality.
Ludwig Slusky, Ph.D., is director of Center for Newly Independent States Studies (CNISS) and professor of Information Systems at California State University, Los Angeles, since 1985.
For CNISS, new information technologies are at the heart of its mission to strengthen educational opportunity.
Partow.) This course was designed and delivered via e-mail and the Electronic Distance Education System (EDES) managed by CNISS. The course was taught to a geographically remote group of students selected to participate in the project.
The project was organized as a joint undertaking involving individuals from CNISS and CC/TPU.
In this pilot project, CNISS distributed course materials and maintained all communication between instructors and the students using EDES and e-mail.
CNISS, however, decided not to use the Web as an online learning tool for the project.