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Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration

2002 Volume 5, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Distance Learning: Promises, Problems, and Possibilities

    Doug Valentine

    Examines some of the current research and thought on the promises, problems, and the future possibilities in modern distance learning, particularly types that are delivered via electronic means.... More

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  2. A Comparison of Student Outcomes & Satisfaction between Traditional & Web Based Course Offerings

    Julio C. Rivera, M Khris McAlister & Margaret L. Rice

    Describes a pilot study that compared three course formats in an undergraduate course: traditional format, Web-based section, and a hybrid that mixed traditional and Web-based methods. Discusses... More

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  3. Ethics and Distance Education: Strategies for Minimizing Academic Dishonesty in Online Assessment

    Melissa R. Olt

    Discusses ethics and student assessment in distance education, focusing on strategies for minimizing academic dishonesty in online student assessment. Topics include acknowledging the disadvantages... More

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