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Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration

2017 Volume 20, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Full-Time and Adjunct Faculty Priorities for Online Instructional Behavior

    Chad Maxson

    This study explored priorities for online instructional behavior in post-traditional programs at Private Christian University (PCU). No prior study had been identified that compared the online... More

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  2. Distance Learning: A Game Changer

    Rodger Bates & Bryan LaBrecque

    Previous research identified a variety of special populations which may be serviced through online learning activities. These have included the military, Native Americans, prisoners, remote... More

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  3. Age Difference in Research Course Satisfaction in a Blended Ed.D. Program: A Moderated Mediation Model of the Effects of Internet Self-Efficacy and Statistics Anxiety

    Lu Liu & M. D. Haque

    This study identified the moderated mediation relationship among age, Internet self-efficacy, and statistics anxiety on student satisfaction after controlling for demographics and technology... More

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  4. Facilitating Professional Learning Communities among Higher Education Faculty: The Walden Junto Model

    Laurie A. Bedford & Katie A. Rossow

    Virtual Professional Learning Communities (PLC) have become an innovative way to meet the professional development needs of faculty in the online learning environment. Walden University's model for... More

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  5. A Comparative Typology of Student and Institutional Expectations of Online Faculty

    Melanie E. Shaw, Meena C. Clowes & Scott W. M. Burrus

    Online faculty must uphold institutional expectations for their performance. Typically, online institutions have specific guidelines for faculty-to-student interactions; yet, student expectations... More

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  6. A Concierge Model for Supporting Faculty in Online Course Design

    David S. McCurry & Bonnie B. Mullinix

    Individualized approaches to online course design benefit faculty in numerous ways. Using a "concierge" model approach, this paper describes the working principles and steps used in... More

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