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Distance Education

1992 Volume 13, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Factors Affecting the Development of Distance Education Courses

    David E. Brigham

    Identifies factors facilitating and impeding the development of eight print-based distance education undergraduate courses designed by Syracuse University's Center for Instructional Development for... More

    pp. 169-92

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  2. Thinking while Studying: A Process Tracing Study of Distance Learners

    Perc Marland

    Reports on a project that traced the moment-by-moment thought processes of 17 tertiary students enrolled in undergraduate distance education programs as they interacted with textual materials in... More

    pp. 193-217

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  3. Enhancing Academic Performance in Distance Education with Concept Mapping and Inserted Questions

    Som Naidu & Robert M. Bernard

    Investigates the effectiveness of inserted questions and concept mapping for enhancing academic performance. The study sample was composed of 141 nursing students enrolled in a 20-week distance... More

    pp. 218-33

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