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International Journal of Educational Telecommunications

1997 Volume 3, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. An Interactive, Networked, Asynchronous, Student Evaluation System: Architecture and Field Studies

    Mimi M. Recker, UTDC, New Zealand; John Greenwood, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

    As the number of courses offered via advanced telecommunications technologies continues to increase, so does the responsibility of properly evaluating the quality of the course content, activities,... More

    pp. 327-342

  2. Faculty Perceptions of Distance Education: Factors Influencing Utilization

    Pamela Taylor Northrup, University of West Florida, United States

    Distance education is gaining widespread support as a justifiable approach for instructional delivery in postsecondary institutions. However, little research has focused on the perceptions of... More

    pp. 343-358

  3. Strategies for Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Implementation in the Distance Learning Environment

    Marlyn Kemper Littman, Nova Southeastern University, United States

    ATM is a high speed, high performance, multiplexing and switching technology that has important implications for distance learning. With its unique ability for transmitting multiple types of... More

    pp. 359-382

  4. Using Networked Information to Create Educational Guided Paths*

    Frank M. Shipman Iii, Richard Furuta, Donald A. Brenner, Hao-wei Hsieh, Catherine C. Marshall & Vijay Kumar, Texas A&M University, United States

    The extensive and encyclopedic materials found on the World Wide Web must be tailored and contextualized to support the instructional goals of education. We have explored the concept of "guided... More

    pp. 383-400

  5. Factors Related to Teachers’ Adoption of a Two-Way Interactive Distance Education Technology

    Sanaa I. Abou-Dagga, Palestinian Curriculum Development Center, Israel; Mary E. Huba, Iowa State University, United States

    The purpose was to identify factors related to teachers' perceived likelihood of using a state-wide, two-way, interactive distance education technology. A research model was developed and tested.... More

    pp. 401-414