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Internet and Higher Education

Volume 6, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A method to track discussion forum activity: The Moderators' Assessment Matrix

    Jan Brace-Govan

    There is a difference between the conventional social cues utilised by teachers in face-to-face classes and the textual cues of the online environment. It can be difficult for teachers to monitor... More

    pp. 303-325

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  2. Encouraging IT students to get serious about assignment writing: evaluation of a Web-based initiative

    Rosemary Clerehan, Giselle Kett, Renee Gedge & Juhani E Tuovinen

    Traditionally, students attending university have received support for their assignment writing within a face-to-face framework. Academic writing support delivered via the Internet needs to be... More

    pp. 327-346

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  3. The relationships of communicator style, personality-based learning style, and classroom community among online graduate students

    Alfred P. Rovai

    This study examined the relationships among communicator style, personality-based learning style, and sense of classroom community among 72 graduate students enrolled in online doctoral coursework.... More

    pp. 347-363

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  4. An examination of the relationship between technology problems and teaching evaluation of online instruction

    William Lan, Mary K. Tallent-Runnels, Wes Fryer, Julie Thomas, Sandi Cooper & Kun Wang

    To address faculty members' concern that teaching evaluation in the online environment might be lowered because of technology problems students experience in online courses, a sample of 202... More

    pp. 365-375

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  5. Editor's choice 2003: Selected online learning resources

    Laurie P. Dringus

    The Editor-In-Chief of "The Internet and Higher Education" ("INTHIG") compiles for the last issue of each year's volume resources that may be useful for researchers, teachers, administrators, or... More

    pp. 377-401

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