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Journal of Interactive Online Learning

Volume 5, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. An Analysis of Copyright Policies for Distance Learning Materials at Major Research Universities

    Kathryn Ann Loggie, Ann E. Barron, Elizabeth Gulitz, Tina N. Hohlfeld, Jeffrey D. Kromrey, Melissa Venable & Phyllis Sweeney

    This study describes an investigation of the intellectual property policies of a stratified random sample of public and private Carnegie Doctoral Research-Extensive Universities. Current copyright ... More

    pp. 224-242

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  2. Effects of Concreteness and Contiguity on Learning from Computer-Based Reference Maps

    Sribhagyam Srinivasan, Daphne D. Lewis & Steven M. Crooks

    Today's technology has reached new heights that have not been fully implemented. One of the areas where technology has not yet reached its full potential is in education. This study examined the... More

    pp. 243-254

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  3. Combined Effect of Instructional and Learner Variables on Course Outcomes within an Online Learning Environment

    Doo Hun Lim, Michael Lane Morris & Seung-Won Yoon

    Among many studies focusing on the effect of learner and instructional variables on course outcomes, few studies have investigated the learners' study habits and the mediating mechanisms among the ... More

    pp. 255-269

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  4. Social Influence for Perceived Usefulness and Ease-of-Use of Course Delivery Systems

    Demei Shen, James Laffey, Yimei Lin & Xinxin Huang

    This study explores the extent to which subjective norm beliefs of online learners shape perceptions of ease-of-use and usefulness for the use of course delivery systems. Subjective norm beliefs... More

    pp. 270-282

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  5. Identifying Factors That Encourage and Hinder Knowledge Sharing in a Longstanding Online Community of Practice

    Khe Foon Hew & Noriko Hara

    Despite the strong interests among practitioners, there is a knowledge gap with regard to online communities of practice. This study examines knowledge sharing among critical-care and advanced... More

    pp. 297-316

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  6. Satisfaction with Online Learning: A Comparative Descriptive Study

    Virginia Roach & Linda Lemasters

    A 3rd party provider approached university faculty and administration to develop an on-line program for the Master's degree in educational administration and leadership. While the monetary benefits... More

    pp. 317-332

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  7. Online Feedback and Student Perceptions

    Vicky L. Morgan & Cheri A. Toledo

    This study focused on students' reactions to handwritten and typewritten electronic feedback. Students submitted work electronically as part of an online course for which Blackboard was the... More

    pp. 333-340

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