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International Journal of Distance Education Technologies

2014 Volume 12, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Implementation of Web- Based Distance Education in Nursing Education in Turkey: A Sample Lesson in Patient Education

    Emine Senyuva & Gülsün Tasocak

    The research was carried out in 2005-2006 as a descriptive and methodological study. It aimed to obtain students' feedback and to serve as a source for future relevant studies. The setting of ... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. Problematic but Possible: Online Teaching and Learning in Post-Registration Programmes

    Maria Cassar & Josef Trapani

    This artifact identifies the main challenges experienced by the authors, both nurse educators, in the delivery of a module on evidence based practice exclusively through the use of an e-learning... More

    pp. 14-21

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  3. The A-Framework: The Role of Access, Attributes, and Affordance in the Adoption of Distance Education Technology for Lifestyle Change

    Patrick J. Tierney & Susan Moisey

    This exploratory mixed methods case study examined the use of distance education technology for lifestyle change within the context of obesity treatment and weight management. In the quantitative... More

    pp. 22-40

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  4. The Influence of Self-Efficacies on Readers' Intention to Use E-Reading Devices: An Empirical Study

    Bor-Yuan Tsai & Jung-Nan Yen

    E-books and e-Reading Devices (E-RDs) markets have been enlarged due to the rapid progress of digital technologies. What are the possible factors to increase readers' willingness to use... More

    pp. 41-61

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  5. E-Book Usability in Educational Technology Classes: Teachers and Teacher Candidates' Perception toward E-Book for Teaching and Learning

    Sunghee Shin

    This study was designed to enrich the learning experiences of in-service and pre-service teachers in two educational technology classes by adopting e-books as the course material. Graduate students... More

    pp. 62-74

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  6. Utilizing Twitter and #Hashtags toward Enhancing Student Learning in an Online Course Environment

    T Scott Bledsoe, Dave Harmeyer & Shuang Frances Wu

    The authors offer an answer to the research question, To what extent and in what ways is Twitter helpful to student learning when group hashtags are created and used in collaborative educational... More

    pp. 75-83

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