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Internet and Higher Education

2003 Volume 6, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Virtual discussion: Understanding college students' electronic bulletin board use

    Robert S. Weisskirch & Sharon Seidman Milburn

    To investigate student and class characteristics associated with electronic bulletin board use, the authors analyzed a total of 3125 messages posted by students in 15 classes. Electronic postings... More

    pp. 215-225

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  2. The influence of group size on nonmandatory asynchronous instructional discussion groups

    Avner Caspi, Paul Gorsky & Eran Chajut

    In this study, the authors examined the effect of group size on students' behavior in asynchronous, nonmandatory instructional discussion groups. The focus in this study is on four main questions: ... More

    pp. 227-240

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  3. The Web-based community college student: An examination of factors that lead to success and risk

    Herbert E. Muse

    The author reports a quasi-replication of Osborn [Osborn, V.I. (2000). More

    pp. 241-261

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  4. Architectural and functional design and evaluation of e-learning VUIS based on the proposed IEEE LTSA reference model

    Mairtin S O'Droma, Ivan Ganchev & Fergal McDonnell

    A comparative analysis is presented of the architectural and functional design of e-learning delivery platforms and applications, e-learning course authoring tools, and learning management systems ... More

    pp. 263-276

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  5. Disabled student access in an era of technology

    Patricia S. Wall & Lee Sarver

    The potential of the Internet is access for anyone to anything from anywhere at anytime. With these obvious advantages the Internet and various online products offer to higher education, who could ... More

    pp. 277-284

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  6. Internet 2 health sciences initiative

    Greg Simco

    The support of both the academic and practical application of health sciences highlights the challenge of the Internet 2 (I2) health sciences initiative (I2HSI). This effort involves both the... More

    pp. 285-290

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