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Journal of Educators Online

July 2011 Volume 8, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Self-Study of Technological Transition: Instructional Impacts of Shifting a Distance Course Delivery System

    Susan A. Turner

    This self-study examines the process of technological transition: the instructional shift from the use of one distance course delivery technology, to a different technology delivery system.... More

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  2. Factors Influencing Virtual Patron Satisfaction with Online Library Resources and Services

    Katherine Tyler & Nancy B. Hastings

    College students are accessing virtual libraries whether they are on campus or learning from a distance. Academic institutions serving virtual patrons must remain focused on meeting the needs of... More

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  3. Improving Technological Competency in Nursing Students: The Passport Project

    Julie Edwards & Patricia A. O'Connor

    Integration of informatics competency into a nursing curriculum is important to ensure success throughout the education and career of contemporary nursing students. As enrollment in nursing... More

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  4. Student Effort, Consistency, and Online Performance

    Hilde Patron & Salvador Lopez

    This paper examines how student effort, consistency, motivation, and marginal learning, influence student grades in an online course. We use data from eleven Microeconomics courses taught online... More

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