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The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Jul 01, 2001 Volume 2, Number 1


Rory McGreal; Dianne Conrad

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 12

  1. A Critique of Stephen Downes' Article, "Learning Objects": A Perspective from Bahrain

    Muain Jamlan

  2. Issues and Challenges of Providing Online Inservice Teacher Training: Korea's experience

    Insung Jung

    To meet the need for flexible and interactive teacher training, the Korean government created a Cyber Teacher Training Center (CTTC) in the summer of 1997. The CTTC project developed a software... More

  3. A Case Study in Planning Online Interaction

    L Murphy

  4. Patterns of Interaction in a Computer Conference Transcript

    Patrick Fahy, Gail Crawford & Mohamed Ally

    An analysis of the interaction patterns in an online conference from a distance education graduate course was conducted, using an approach that focused on the transcript's interactional and... More

  5. Interactive Television in Schools: An Australian Study of the Tensions of Educational Technology and Change

    Terry Evans, Elizabeth Stacey & Karen Tregenza

    This paper outlines some key issues that arose from several projects that investigated the use of interactive television in schooling. In this paper we draw on these projects, to illustrate and... More

  6. Learning Objects: Resources For Distance Education Worldwide

    Stephen Downes

    This article discusses the topic of learning objects in three parts. First, it identifies a need for learning objects and describes their essential components based on this need. Second, drawing on... More

  7. A Critique Of Stephen Downes' Article, "Learning Objects": A Middle Eastern Perspective

    Osama Shata

  8. USQ: An e-University for an e-World

    James Taylor & Peter Swannell

    The rapid rate of technological change and the rapidly growing number of institutions now embarking on Internet-based delivery means that more institutions are involved in distance education than... More

  9. A Virtual Community for Adults with Developmental Disabilities and their Families

    Susan Moisey

  10. A Critique of Stephen Downes' "Learning Objects": A Chinese Perspective

    Fuhua Lin

  11. The Technological Consolidation of UNED in Spain

    Lorenzo Garcia Aretio

    This article discusses the role of the technologies that have been utilized to advance distance teaching and learning by the National Distance Education University (Universidad Nacional de... More

  12. Summary of a Case Study of a Knowledge-based Organization

    Phillip Lillies