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Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration

2010 Volume 13, Number 2

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Perceptions of Students towards Use of Distance Learning: The Case in an Executive Masters Business Program in Ghana

    Collins K. Osei

    Distance learning has become a recognized method for delivering educational content in institutions of higher education. The purpose of this study was to investigate the perceptions held by... More

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  2. Interaction in Online Courses: More Is NOT Always Better

    Christian J. Grandzol & John R. Grandzol

    Cognitive theory suggests more interaction in learning environments leads to improved learning outcomes and increased student satisfaction, two indicators of success useful to program... More

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  3. Advanced Mathematics Online: Assessing Particularities in the Online Delivery of a Second Linear Algebra Course

    Mariana Montiel & Uzma Bhatti

    This article presents an overview of some issues that were confronted when delivering an online second Linear Algebra course (assuming a previous Introductory Linear Algebra course) to graduate... More

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  4. University Instructors' Perceptions of Factors in Distance Education Transactions

    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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  5. Considerations for Supporting Faculty in Transitioning a Course to Online Format

    Julia Kampov-Polevoi

    The move toward offering more online instruction at many academic institutions frequently takes the form of conversion of a traditional course to online format. Despite its prevalence, this special... More

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  6. Variables Related to Undergraduate Students Preference for Distance Education Classes

    Manuel C. F. Pontes, Cindi Hasit, Nancy M. H. Pontes, Phillip A. Lewis & Karen T. Siefring

    The purpose of this research is to identify student-specific characteristics that are related to students' preference for distance education courses. Since distance education courses provide... More

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  7. Closing the Loop on a Continuous Program Improvement Process

    Vickie Booth & Larry Booth

    The WebBSIT, a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, is a fully online degree offered through a consortium of five University System of Georgia institutions. This paper begins by... More

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  8. How Strategic Planning Keeps You Sane when Delivering Distance Programs

    Dixie MacNeil, Kim Luzius & Sonya Dunkin

    This paper details the advantages of creating a strategic plan in the development and delivery of distance programs at the authors' own institution. The steps involved in the planning process and... More

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  9. Assuring Quality in Large-Scale Online Course Development

    Tina Parscal & Deborah Riemer

    Student demand for online education requires colleges and universities to rapidly expand the number of courses and programs offered online while maintaining high quality. This paper outlines two... More

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