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Distance Education

1999 Volume 20, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Bridging Courses by Distance Education for Overseas-Trained Professionals Migrating to Australia: Practical and Viability Issues

    Terry Evans & Paul Northcott

    Discusses issues concerned with distance education to help provide bridging courses for overseas-trained professionals migrating to Australia. Topics include differing requirements for various... More

    pp. 205-19

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  2. Exploring Strategies for Online Teaching and Learning

    Ron Oliver

    Explores strategies for creating online learning environments on the World Wide Web. Describes a framework that identifies elements needed in the design of online learning: course content, learning... More

    pp. 240-54

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  3. Differences between Low and High Achieving Distance Learners in Locus of Control, Achievement Motivation and Metacognition

    Olugbemiro Jegede, Margaret Taplin, Rocky Y. K. Fan, May S. C. Chan & Jessie Yum

    Describes a survey of students from the Open University of Hong Kong that compared high achievers and low achievers as defined by performances on scores over four consecutive semesters. Discusses... More

    pp. 255-73

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  4. Distance Education: The Future of Library and Information Services Requirements

    Glenn Fulcher & Debbie Lock

    Considers the role of library support for distance learning activities at the University of Surrey, with specific reference to master's programs in linguistics and in English language teaching... More

    pp. 313-29

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