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Internet and Higher Education

2004 Volume 7, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. A constructivist approach to online college learning

    Alfred P Rovai

    The key elements of online course design and pedagogy suggested by research as promoting effective learning are discussed through the lens of constructivist epistemology. Presentation of content,... More

    pp. 79-93

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  2. Blended learning: Uncovering its transformative potential in higher education

    D.Randy Garrison & Heather Kanuka

    The purpose of this paper is to provide a discussion of the transformative potential of blended learning in the context of the challenges facing higher education. Based upon a description of... More

    pp. 95-105

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  3. When Disney meets the research park: Metaphors and models for engineering an online learning community of tomorrow

    Ronald J Chenail

    It is suggested that educators look to an environment in which qualitative research can be learned in more flexible and creative ways—an online learning community known as the Research Park Online ... More

    pp. 107-121

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  4. Beyond legal compliance: Communities of advocacy that support accessible online learning

    Ted Wattenberg

    The promise of social inclusion, reinforced by online technologies, has not become the reality for most people with disabilities. In 2002, over 10 years after the implementation of the Americans... More

    pp. 123-139

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  5. Integrating online instruction with active mentoring to support professionals in applied settings

    Pat Kimbrough Kidwell, Rachel Freeman, Christopher Smith & Jennifer Zarcone

    The power of the Internet to reach individuals across great geographic distances and to provide flexible, timely access to research-validated materials is revolutionizing the design of professional... More

    pp. 141-150

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