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Internet and Higher Education

2004 Volume 7, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. An investigation of relationships among instructor immediacy and affective and cognitive learning in the online classroom

    Jason D. Baker

    A significant body of literature has supported the assertion that communication in the classroom is central to the learning process. Prosocial behaviors, such as nonverbal and verbal immediacy,... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. A study of faculty effort in online teaching

    Gregory W Hislop & Heidi J.C Ellis

    It is a commonly held opinion by faculty that teaching online takes considerably more time than traditional face-to-face instruction. But there is a dearth of quantitative data to either support or... More

    pp. 15-31

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  3. Seven strategies for enabling faculty success in distance education

    Scott L. Howell, Farhad Saba, Nathan K. Lindsay & Peter B. Williams

    Many challenges associated with distance education and technology integration initiatives focus on faculty issues and concerns. This article analyzes these difficulties by identifying from the... More

    pp. 33-49

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  4. Linking to journal articles in an online teaching environment: The persistent link, DOI, and OpenURL

    Marc Langston & James Tyler

    The growing availability of online journal literature and the license agreements that make such literature useable in an academic environment present educators opportunities for using journal... More

    pp. 51-58

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  5. Improving online learning: Student perceptions of useful and challenging characteristics

    Liyan Song, Ernise S. Singleton, Janette R. Hill & Myung Hwa Koh

    Online courses and programs continue to grow in higher education settings. Students are increasingly demanding online access, and universities and colleges are working to meet the demands. Yet many... More

    pp. 59-70

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