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Journal of Educational Technology

2005 Volume 2, Number 3

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Encouraging Creativity in Online University Classes

    Brent Muirhead

    Educational and business literature affirms the importance and value of creativity. Unfortunately, this knowledge is not always presented in a manner that is useful to online instructors who want... More

    pp. 13-17

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  2. Incorporating Digital E-Books into Educational Curriculum

    Freda Turner

    The first books were probably the Egyptian scrolls of papyrus that provided lineal content to readers. Today (2005) the Internet technology presents the Internet lifestyle that has introduced... More

    pp. 18-23

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  3. Strategic Planning and Online Learning

    Karen McLaughlin-Graham & Zane L. Berge

    Strategic planning is a critical part of sustaining distance education. Through such planning, the organization can solve business problems that involve training and education in an effective and... More

    pp. 24-29

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  4. Towards More Effective Instructional Uses of Technology: The Shift to Virtual Learning

    Carmencita L. Castolo

    Technology, whether or not we are ready for it, is changing the way we work. Contemporary students, who are more technologically savvy than those of the past, demand pedagogical change. Technology ... More

    pp. 30-36

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  5. The Influence of Ethnic Background, Gender and Age on Student Performance in Distance Learning Programs

    James V. Koch

    The role of distance learning in higher education has exploded in recent years. The Sloan Center for OnLine Education reports that the number of students taking online courses has been growing at... More

    pp. 38-49

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  6. Components of a Faculty Web Site: [Personalizing the Distance Learning Relationship: Perceptions of the Relative Importance of Faculty Web Site Components]

    B Jean Mandernach, Amber Dailey & Emily Donnelli

    Instructors teaching in the online classroom are faced with the unique challenge of creating a personalized relationship in a virtual environment that lacks the traditional outlets for establishing... More

    pp. 50-59

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  7. Designing the Teacher Like Behavior of E-Learning System: A Case Study of Indian Scripts Typing Tutor

    Dinesh S. Katre

    Transactional Analysis (TA) of teaching and learning process reveals actions and reactions triggered from the ego-states of teacher and learner. The teacher has to switch between these ego-states... More

    pp. 60-65

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  8. Loyalty Switching from Traditional to e-Learning in Indian Higher Education: A Markov Chain Analysis

    Mamilla Rajasekhar & Cuddapah Anitha

    It is high time for Indian universities to transform themselves from sellers to marketers, though they are non-profit organizations, in marketing their degrees to its customers (students). In this ... More

    pp. 66-75

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  9. Applying Fuzzy Logic for Learner Modeling and Decision Support in Online Learning Systems

    Kasim M. Al-Aubidy

    Advances in computers and multimedia technology have changed traditional methods for learning and skills training. Online learning continues to play a major success of any academic program. Such... More

    pp. 76-85

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