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Internet and Higher Education

2005 Volume 8, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Feelings of alienation and community among higher education students in a virtual classroom

    Alfred P. Rovai & Mervyn J. Wighting

    Although the professional literature identifies feelings of alienation and low sense of community as factors that help explain relatively low student persistence rates in distance education... More

    pp. 97-110

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  2. The role of structure, patterns, and people in blended learning

    Michael Derntl & Renate Motschnig-Pitrik

    Recently, much e-learning research has been devoted to producing e-content, describing it with metadata, and to constructing e-learning systems. Considerably less attention has been paid to... More

    pp. 111-130

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  3. International online management education courses: A study of participation patterns

    William Wresch, J.B. Arbaugh & Michael Rebstock

    Universities are increasingly involved in international online classes. While such classes provide unique opportunities for students to engage in learning experiences with students of other... More

    pp. 131-144

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  4. Integrating emerging topics through online team design in a hybrid communication networks course: Interaction patterns and impact of prior knowledge

    Jana Reisslein, Patrick Seeling & Martin Reisslein

    An important challenge in the introductory communication networks course in electrical and computer engineering curricula is to integrate emerging topics, such as wireless Internet access and... More

    pp. 145-165

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  5. The relationship between problems with technology and graduate students' evaluations of online teaching

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

    In this study the intent was to determine if the problems with technology that graduate students experience in online classes is related to their evaluations of their instructors. Participants... More

    pp. 167-174

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