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Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education

2016 Volume 17, Number 3

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Learner's Satisfaction: A Case Study on IGNOU's Engineering Diploma Program

    Neelam Venkateshwarlu & Ashish Agarwal

    Open and Distance Learning (ODL) system is different from conventional education system. ODL system imparts education through multiple media and techniques to equalize the class room education.... More

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  2. Distance Education in the U.S.: A Paradox

    Glenn J. Forte, David R. Schwandt, Susan Swayze, Joan Butler & Merrill Ashcraft

    Over the last several years distance education (DE) class offerings at U.S. universities and colleges have been increasing at a rate of approximately 10% or more per year (Allen & Seaman, 2014)... More

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  3. Sense of Community, Perceived Learning, and Achievement Relationships in an Online Graduate Course

    Jesus Trespalacios & Ross Perkins

    The ubiquity of online programs in higher education requires continued focus on designing instructional environments that improve students' learning. We examine students' perceptions of sense of... More

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  4. Emotional Presence in Online Learning Scale: A Scale Development Study

    Firat Sarsar & Tarik Kisla

    Although emotions are not a new topic in learning environments, the emerging technologies have changed not only the type of learning environments but also the perspectives of emotions in learning... More

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  5. Information Needs of Distance Learners: A Case of Winneba Study Center, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana

    Agatha Gifty Larson & Michael Owusu-Acheaw

    The study focuses on the information needs of distance learners of the Winneba Study Centre of the University of Education, Winneba. The main objective was to investigate the information needs of... More

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  6. E-Mentoring for Professional Development of Pre-Service Teachers: A Case Study

    Mehmet Kahraman & Abdullah Kuzu

    This study focused on supporting the professional development of information technologies pre-service teachers with e-mentoring approach. The e-mentoring program was conducted in four basic phases;... More

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  7. A Mixed Methods Analysis of the Effect of Google Docs Environment on EFL Learners' Writing Performance and Causal Attributions for Success and Failure

    Zari Sadat Seyyedrezaie, Behzad Ghonsooly, Hesamoddin Shahriari & Hazar Hosseini Fatemi

    This study investigated the effect of writing process in Google Docs environment on Iranian EFL learners' writing performance. It also examined students' perceptions towards the effects of Google... More

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  8. Which Aspects of the English Language Do Distance Learners Find Difficult?

    George Boon Sai Teoh, Agnes Liau Wei Lin & Kathy Belaja

    This study reports the findings of a research carried out on distance learners at the School of Distance Education (SDE), University Sains Malaysia (USM). The study was explorative in nature with... More

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  9. Fostering Self-Regulated Learning through Distance Education: A Case Study of M.Phil Secondary Teacher Education Program of Allama Iqbal Open University

    Munazza Ambreen, Ambreen Haqdad & Wajid A. Saleem

    Self-regulated learning (SLR) has been recognized as a pivotal antecedent of students' effective learning and academic achievement. A self-regulated learner can independently and effectively plan... More

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  10. Virtual Leadership at Distance Education Teams

    Meltem Kuscu & Hasan Arslan

    Globalization being one of the most popular terms of recent years is considered as a factor changing the operation styles of the companies. Companies and universities opened up to the world with... More

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