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E-Journal of Instructional Science and Technology

2005 Volume 8, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A System-Level Comparison of Cost-Efficiency and Return on Investment Related to Online Course Delivery

    Thomas Ramage

    This study compared costs and revenues of Illinois community colleges related specifically to online delivery systems in order, first, to determine cost-efficiency and second, to compare the... More

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  2. Evaluating Learning Objects for Schools

    Margaret Haughey & Bill Muirhead

    In the K-12 education sector, learning objects are seen as important in providing quality resources for teachers and learners but there has been little formal research on the assessment of learning... More

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  3. Some Strategies for Balancing Economies of Scale and Interaction in Online/Distance Education Courses

    Celeste M. Walls

    After reviewing the literature on interaction in distance education/online learning contexts, I offer some suggestions for balancing students' and teachers' needs for greater interaction with the... More

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  4. Does Distance Learning Work? A Large Sample, Control Group Study of Student Success in Distance Learning

    James Koch

    This article presents a large sample, control group study of student success in distance learning. The data sample consists of a very large distance education sample (76,866 individual student... More

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