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Internet and Higher Education

2002 Volume 5, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. The Online Academy formative evaluation approach to evaluating online instruction

    Edward L Meyen, Ronald J Aust, Yvonne N Bui, Eugene Ramp & Sean J Smith

    The Online Academy (HO29K73002) was funded by the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) to develop online instructional modules in the content areas of reading, positive behavior support, and... More

    pp. 89-108

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  2. Online learning: Is it meant for science courses?

    Lau Seng & Fitri Suraya Mohamad

    The authors discuss a case study experience in conducting scientific courses such as Environmental Chemistry and Spectroscopy to different groups of undergraduates at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak ... More

    pp. 109-118

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  3. Combining video and bulletin board systems in distance education systems

    Hirohide Haga

    This article proposes a computer-mediated education system, which uses discussion-embedded lecture videos. Currently, lecture videos and online discussions exist separately, and discussion topics... More

    pp. 119-129

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  4. Addressing administrator/faculty conflict in an academic online environment

    Robert J Sellani & William Harrington

    The emergence of online instruction has created new challenges and opportunities for administrators and faculty to work together solving problems common to both parties. In early 1998, Nova... More

    pp. 131-145

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  5. Learning or lurking?: Tracking the “invisible” online student

    Michael F. Beaudoin

    While much has been written regarding the learning behaviors of students participating in online courses, little research has been conducted to ascertain whether or not students are still engaged... More

    pp. 147-55

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  6. A virtual student: Not an ordinary Joe

    Frederick B King

    Some researchers and educators contend that distance education is the new, student-centered paradigm for future learning and one of the fastest growing areas in education. Despite its continued... More

    pp. 157-166

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  7. Online, but on target? Internet-based MBA courses: A case study

    Susan Y McGorry

    In this study, the author investigates students' reactions to and attitudes about the Internet, online learning, and courses delivered online in a part-time MBA program with online course options. ... More

    pp. 167-175

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  8. Internet 2 Access Grid

    Greg Simco

    Collaboration among universities, businesses, and the US government is essential to the success of the Internet 2 Initiative. However, face-to-face meetings are not always possible. The Access Grid... More

    pp. 177-179

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