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Quarterly Review of Distance Education

2010 Volume 11, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Bridging the Divide: Reconciling Administrator and Faculty Concerns regarding Online Education

    Leah E. Wickersham & Julie A. McElhany

    Online education opportunities continue to expand across the United States, as is evidenced at a regional institution in northeast Texas. Research literature supports that both administrators and... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. The Quality of Online Discussion Reported by Graduate Students

    Jianxia Du & Jianzhong Xu

    This study examined online group discussion from students' perspectives to determine what characteristics students identify as meaningful to their online learning. Participants were 142 graduate... More

    pp. 13-24

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  3. Comparison of Instructors' and Students' Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Online Courses

    Soonhwa Seok, Boaventura DaCosta, Carolyn Kinsell & Chan K. Tung

    This study used an extensive online course evaluation inventory to analyze the subjects' perceptions of course effectiveness in the following subscales: flexibility, user interface, navigation,... More

    pp. 25-36

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  4. To Differentiate or Not to Differentiate? Using Internet-Based Technology in the Classroom

    Aries Cobb

    In the targeted school in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, teachers focus on differentiating instruction with technology-based software. Differentiated instruction is the chosen teaching... More

    pp. 37-45

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  5. The Impact of Rich Media Presentations on a Distributed Learning Environment: Engagement and Satisfaction of Undergraduate Students

    Pamela A. Havice, Taurean T. Davis, Kerry W. Foxx & William L. Havice

    The digital revolution has ushered in a generation shaped by the integration of emerging communication technology into everyday life, including today's traditional-aged college students. While... More

    pp. 53-58

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