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Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning

2010 Volume 14, Number 1


Alison J. Fields

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Distributed Learning in British Columbia: A Journey from Correspondence to Online Delivery

    Tim Winkelmans, British Columbia Ministry of Education; Barry Anderson, Solte Consulting; Michael Barbour, Wayne State University

    Kindergarten to Year 12 distance education began in Canada in British Columbia, around 1919. This fi rst distance education was by correspondence. Canada’s fi rst online learning also began... More

    pp. 6-28

  2. Social Presence and Online Communication: A response to Mersham

    Benjamin Kehrwald, Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning

    This article draws upon contemporary social presence theory and research into presence, social presence, and computer-mediated communication to highlight the role of social presence in mitigating... More

    pp. 29-46

  3. Integrating E-portfolios: Guiding Questions and Experiences

    John Milne, Eva Heinrich & Isabelle Lys, Massey University

    This paper presents a case study of the use of an e-portfolio in a human biology distance course that aimed to foster student refl ection on assignment feedback. An academic developer used a guided... More

    pp. 47-61

  4. Fly on the Wall: Using Teleconferencing to Supervise Student Teacher Performance

    Marcia Bolton, Widener University

    The use of teleconferencing between a rural state college supervisor and her professional development school partners has added a new component to the mission to educate teachers of the 21st... More

    pp. 62-76