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Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning

2008 Volume 12, Number 1


Alison J. Fields

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Reaching the Unreached Primary Teachers: Distance Teacher Education at the University of the South Pacific

    Govinda Lingham, School of Education, University of the South Pacific; Greg Burnett, University of Otago

    This paper reports on the recent completion of an educational aid project carried out at the regional University of the South Pacificin Fiji. From 2004 to 2006, the university’s on-campus... More

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  2. Ready, Steady, Study: Implications of Online Learning for Early Childhood Teacher Education

    Karen Plessis, Lisa Walker & Christopher Naughton, New Zealand Tertiary College

    Online learning is a relatively new mode of study for educating early childhood teachers in New Zealand. This review discusses online learning and the need for preparation to learn in an online... More

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  3. Staff and Student Views of AUTonline (BlackBoard) after Three Years

    Andrew Higgins & Janneke Kreieg, Auckland University of Technology

    This article reports on the views of both staff and students at AUT University after having had three years’ experience usingthe BlackBoard learning management system, locally renamed... More

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