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International Journal of Distance Education Technologies

2012 Volume 10, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Developing an Appropriate Design for E-Learning with Web-Mediated Teaching Methods to Enhance Low-Achieving Students' Computing Skills: Five Studies in E-Learning Implementation

    Chia-Wen Tsai & Tsang-Hsiung Lee

    Vocational education in Taiwan is highly competitive in that it must attract sufficient student enrollment in the environment with a rapidly increasing number of schools. Many students in this... More

    pp. 1-30

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  2. Ranking the Difficulty Level of the Knowledge Units Based on Learning Dependency

    Jun Liu, Sha Sha, Qinghua Zheng & Wei Zhang

    Assigning difficulty level indicators to the knowledge units helps the learners plan their learning activities more efficiently. This paper focuses on how to use the topology of a knowledge map to ... More

    pp. 31-43

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  3. Validating the Satisfaction and Continuance Intention of E-Learning Systems: Combining TAM and IS Success Models

    Tung-Cheng Lin & Ching-Jen Chen

    Many e-learning studies have evaluated learning attitudes and behaviors, based on TAM. However, a successful e-learning system (ELS) should take both system and information quality into account by ... More

    pp. 44-54

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  4. A Collaborative Augmented Campus Based on Location-Aware Mobile Technology

    A De Lucia, R Francese, Passero & G Tortora

    Mobile devices are changing the way people work and communicate. Most of the innovative devices offer the opportunity to integrate augmented reality in mobile applications, permitting the... More

    pp. 55-73

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  5. A Study of the Predictive Relationships between Faculty Engagement, Learner Satisfaction and Outcomes in Multiple Learning Delivery Modes

    Cherng-Jyh Yen & M'hammed Abdous

    This study assessed the predictive relationships between faculty engagement, learner satisfaction, and outcomes across multiple learning delivery modes (LDMs). Participants were enrolled in courses... More

    pp. 74-87

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