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Communication Education

2001 Volume 50, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Identification of and Adaptation to Students' Preinstructional Beliefs in Introductory Communication Research Methods: Contributions of Interactive Web Technology

    Sally Jackson & Stacy Wolski

    Reports several years of instructional design work organized by an interest in the identification of students' preinstructional beliefs and the use of argumentative discussion as instructional... More

    pp. 189-205

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  2. The Paradoxes of Online Academic Work

    Leonard J. Shedletsky & Joan E. Aitken

    Discusses paradoxes of online teaching and scholarship: for faculty, more freedom equal less freedom; for teaching, more work is perceived as less work; for learning, more accessibility leads to... More

    pp. 206-17

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  3. Variations in Learning, Motivation, and Perceived Immediacy between Live and Distance Education Classrooms

    Lori J. Carrell & Kent E. Menzel

    Studies undergraduate students assigned to three experimental educational settings: a live classroom, a video classroom, and an audio with PowerPoint display classroom. Assesses impact of the... More

    pp. 230-40

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  4. The Centrality of Communication Education in Classroom Computer-Mediated-Communication: Toward a Practical and Evaluative Pedagogy

    Derek R. Lane & Michael W. Shelton

    Makes the case that a more balanced pedagogical perspective for use of computer-mediated-communication (CMC) must be created by the communication discipline in order to assure its centrality as the... More

    pp. 241-55

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