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The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Jul 01, 2005 Volume 6, Number 2


Rory McGreal; Dianne Conrad

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 23

  1. Distance Education and Technology: Issues and Practice

    Erin Keough

  2. Optimizing Conferencing Freeware

    Jon Baggaley, Jim Klaas, Norine Wark & Jim Depow

  3. Learning Object Repository Network (LORNet)

    France Henri, Tele-universite du Quebec

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  4. Increasing Access to Higher Education: A study of the diffusion of online teaching among 913 college faculty

    Peter Shea, Alexandra Pickett & Chun Li

    Online learning environments provide an unprecedented opportunity to increase student access to higher education. Accomplishing this much needed goal requires the active participation and... More

  5. Reflections on Research, Faculty and Leadership in Distance Education


  6. Learning Objects and Instructional Design

    Brian Harvey

  7. Investigating How Technology Innovation is Decided and Implemented in a Interorganizational Collaboration

    Genevieve Gallant, Concordia University

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  8. An Assessment of the Academic Achievement of Students in Two Modes of Part-time Programme in Nigeria

    Kola Adeyemi & Austin Osunde

    This study analyses the academic achievement of students enrolled in part-times studies at on-campus and outreach centres at three dual-mode Nigerian universities, during the 1996/97 to 1998/ 99... More

  9. Identifying Sources of Difference in Reliability in Content Analysis

    Elizabeth Murphy & Justyna Ciszewska-Carr

    This paper reports on a case study which identifies and illustrates sources of difference in agreement in relation to reliability in a context of quantitative content analysis of a transcript of an... More

  10. Rubrics and Exemplars in Text-conferencing

    Allan Zahara

  11. Affect as a Presence in the Community of Inquiry Model

    Prisca Campbell & Martha Cleveland-Innes, Athabasca University

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  12. Selected Topics from a Matched Study between a Face-to-face section and a Real-time Online section of a University Course

    Mia Lobel, Michael Neubauer & Randy Sweburg

    Two sections of an interpersonal skills building university course were observed for the purposes of this matched study. The face-to-face (F2F) section was in a classroom on the Concordia... More

  13. Wiki Products: a comparison

    Carl Challborn

  14. e-Learning 2.0

    Stephen Downes, National Research Council Canada

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  15. Research on Formal Virtual Learning Communities in Higher Education

    Richard Schwier, University of Saskatchewan

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  16. Navigating Distance and Traditional Higher Education: Online faculty experiences

    Alice Yick, Pam Patrick & Amanda Costin

    The academic culture of higher educational institutions is characterized by specific pedagogical philosophies, assumptions about rewards and incentives, and values about how teaching is delivered. ... More

  17. Learner Support in Open, Distance and Online Learning Environments

    Stacey Ludwig

  18. Games as Learning Environments: Research strategies and issues

    Jim Bizzocchi, Simon Fraser University

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  19. Content Analysis of Online Asynchronous Discussions

    Elizabeth Murphy, Memorial University of Newfoundland

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  20. Structure, Content, Delivery, Service, and Outcomes: Quality e-Learning in higher education

    Colla MacDonald & Terrie Thompson

    This paper addresses the need for quality e-Learning experiences. We used the Demand-Driven Learning Model (MacDonald, Stodel, Farres, Breithaupt, and Gabriel, 2001) to evaluate an online Masters... More