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Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education

January 2010 Volume 11, Number 1

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Number of articles: 15

  1. Screencasts

    Kevin Yee & Jace Hargis

    This article discusses the benefits of screencasts and its instructional uses. Well-known for some years to advanced technology users, Screen Capture Software (SCS) offers the promise of recording ... More

    pp. 9-12

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  2. The Use of Fuzzy Theory in Grading of Students in Math

    Momcilo Bjelica & Dragica Rankovic

    The development of computer science, statistics and other technological fields, give us more opportunities to improve the process of evaluation of degree of knowledge and achievements in a learning... More

    pp. 13-19

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  3. Assessing the Effects of Using Gagne's Events of Instructions in a Multimedia Student-Centred Environment: A Malaysian Experience

    Tse-Kian Neo, Mai Neo & Belinda Soo-Phing Teoh

    The inclusion of digital multimedia into teaching and learning has changed instructional strategies in the classroom. While this course has been traditionally given in lecture-based environment, an... More

    pp. 20-34

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  4. Voice of the Voiceless: Women Enlightenment, BOU and Community Radio

    Zobaida Akhter

    The Community broadcasting system poised for start-up in Bangladesh. Long run media-based NGOs, along with other NGOs and the private sector, were attempting to introduce community radio (CR) in... More

    pp. 35-41

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  5. Assessment Approaches in Virtual Learning

    Azam Rastgoo & Yousef Namvar

    Today, the traditional assessment methods are not enough for measuring students' ability. Internet and its technologies have a strong impact to change it and there are some new ways to measure... More

    pp. 42-48

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  6. WBL to Promote Lifelong Learning among Farmers from Developing Countries: Key Strategies

    Pradeep Kumar Misra

    In times of liberalization, privatization and globalization (LPG), countries are looking to establish effective systems of lifelong learning to prepare farmers for changing agricultural sector. But... More

    pp. 49-56

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  7. Sustainability Indices as Measures of Service Delivery in Open and Distance Learning Institutions in Nigeria

    I O. Salawu, F A. Adeoye, Olugbenga David Ojo & Felix Kayode Olakulehin

    Open and Distance Education if well organized, is an adequate alternative to conventional education. For acceptability of this assertion, the public, governments, employers of labour and other... More

    pp. 57-75

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  8. Integrating Group-Self Evaluation in Open and Distance Learning System

    U S. Ajunwa Osuji

    Every instructional process involves a strategic assessment system for a complete teaching leaning circle. Any assessment system which is seriously flawed, should call for a change, a rethink or a ... More

    pp. 76-83

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  9. A Comparison of Undergraduate Faculty and Millennial Students regarding the Utilization of Weblog and Podcast Technology in a Teacher Education Department

    Leslie Sturdivant Ennis & Elizabeth Anne Gambrell

    The main objective of the study was to compare the utilization of weblog and podcast technology by undergraduate university faculty and Millennial college students. The study was conducted to test ... More

    pp. 114-122

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  10. Professional Development of Higher Education Teachers: Can ODL Contribute?

    Jamal Hossain

    In the present era of information technology the system of education has undergone a lot of changes. Open and Distance Learning (ODL) around the world is perhaps the most important evidence to it. ... More

    pp. 123-133

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  11. Improving Interaction through Blogs in a Constructivist Learning Environment

    Cem Cuhadar & Abdullah Kuzu

    The current study investigated the ways to improve the interaction through blogs in an information technology course, in which a constructive approach was employed. Eighteen students enrolled in... More

    pp. 134-161

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  12. Role of Distance Education in the Expansion of Female Education Higher Level in Pakistan: A Review

    Sufiana K. Malik

    The present paper investigated the role of distance education in the expansion of educational facilities for females at higher levels of education in Pakistan. The findings of the study report that... More

    pp. 162-180

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  13. A Path-Analytic Study of Some Correlates Predicting Persistence and Student's Success in Distance Education in Nigeria

    K O. Ojokheta

    This study examined the influence of some predictors in the enhancement of persistence and students success in distance education in the two most recognised and respected distance learning... More

    pp. 181-192

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  14. The Private Cost of National Certificate in Education (NCE) through National Teachers Institute Distance Learning Programme in Ekiti State, Nigeria

    Matthew Borode

    The study set out to examine the private cost of a National Certificate in Education, through the distance learning mode as organized by the National Teachers Institute (NTI) Ekiti State branch in ... More

    pp. 193-197

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  15. E-Book Usage of Graduate Students Studying Educational Sciences in Turkiye

    Sakine Ongoz & Adnan Baki

    Today, we can say that almost everything is having "electronic" prefix and the way to access to information has changed substantially because of the many factors like fast advancements in computer ... More

    pp. 198-210

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