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The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Oct 01, 2002 Volume 3, Number 2

Editors

Rory McGreal; Dianne Conrad

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 22

  1. Gagne's and Laurillard's Models of Instruction Applied to Distance Education: A theoretically driven evaluation of an online curriculum in public health

    Peggy Hannon, Karl Umble, Lorraine Alexander, Don Francisco, Allan Steckler, Gail Tudor & Vaugn Upshaw

    This article presents an overview of the instructional models of Gagne, Briggs, and Wager (1992) and Laurillard (1993, 2002), followed by student evaluations from the first year of an online public... More

  2. The eClassroom used as a Teacher's Training Laboratory to Measure the Impact of Group Facilitation on Attending, Participation, Interaction, and Involvement

    Mia Lobel, Randy Swedburg & Mike Neubauer

    Data from the log files of a synchronous, online classroom designed for experiential learning focused on interpersonal communication were analyzed to determine the impact of effective group... More

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