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American Journal of Distance Education

2010 Volume 24, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Using Cognitive Load to Evaluate Participation and Design of an Asynchronous Course

    John W. McQuaid

    This study examined the effects of cognitive load experienced by e-learners as they negotiated the tasks required for successful participation within an asynchronous course room, specifically... More

    pp. 177-194

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  2. Using Mobile Learning: Determinates Impacting Behavioral Intention

    Jeffrey N. Lowenthal

    This study examined the factors or determinates that impact the behavioral intention of students to use mobile learning (m-learning) technology. These determinates include performance expectancy,... More

    pp. 195-206

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  3. Predictors of Learner Satisfaction and Transfer of Learning in a Corporate Online Education Program

    Charlotte N. Gunawardena, Jennifer A. Linder-VanBerschot, Deborah K. LaPointe & Lalita Rao

    This study explores factors that predict learner satisfaction and transfer of learning in an online educational program at a multinational corporation, established to improve organizational... More

    pp. 207-226

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  4. Speaking Personally--With David Foster

    David Foster is the founder of Kryterion, an Internet test administration company, and currently serves there as chief scientist and executive vice president. He is the author of numerous articles ... More

    pp. 227-233

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