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Internet and Higher Education

2002 Volume 5, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Development of an instrument to measure classroom community

    Alfred P Rovai

    The purpose of this study was to develop and field-test the Classroom Community Scale and to determine its validity and reliability for use with university students taking courses at a distance via... More

    pp. 197-211

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  2. A research framework for the study of a campus-wide Web-based academic instruction project

    Rafi Nachmias

    The use of the Internet as an instructional tool in higher education is rapidly increasing. The author provides a research framework for the study of campus-wide academic instruction using the Web.... More

    pp. 213-229

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  3. Identifying success in online teacher education and professional development

    Kathleen P King

    The rapid pace of technological innovation, along with the global fascination with the Internet, continue to result in a dominating call to integrate Internet technologies into higher education. As... More

    pp. 231-246

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  4. Mechanisms of common ground in case-based web discussions in teacher education

    Kati Mäkitalo, Päivi Häkkinen, Piritta Leinonen & Sanna Järvelä

    Previous studies suggest that before participants in web-based conferencing can reach deeper level interaction and learning, they have to gain an adequate level of common ground in terms of shared ... More

    pp. 247-265

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  5. Relationships between students' and instructional variables with satisfaction and learning from a Web-based course

    Kian-Sam Hong

    The author discusses the results of a study about the effect of students' and instructional variables on satisfaction and achievement in a Web-based course. Results indicated that gender, age,... More

    pp. 267-281

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