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Journal of Educators Online

July 2010 Volume 7, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Faculty Perceptions of Technology Distance Education Transactions: Qualitative Outcomes to Inform Teaching Practices

    Marthann Schulte

    Understanding instructors' perceptions of distance education transactions is becoming increasingly important as the mode of distance learning has become not only accepted, but preferred by many... More

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  2. Reflective Pedagogy: Making Meaning in Experiential Based Online Courses

    Kathy L. Guthrie & Holly McCracken

    The use of reflective pedagogies has long been considered critical to facilitating meaningful learning through experientially based curricula; however, the use of such methods has not been... More

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  3. Distance Education in a Cost Accounting Course: Instruction, Interaction, and Multiple Measures of Learning Outcomes

    Clement C. Chen, Keith T. Jones & Keith Moreland

    Students in online and traditional classroom sections of an intermediate-level cost accounting course responded to a survey about their experiences in the course. Specifically, several items... More

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