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Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning

Nov 27, 2017 Volume 21, Number 2


Alison J. Fields

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning: Changes to the Journal, Changes in the Field

    Alison Fields & Maggie Hartnett

    Change and more change. This editorial, like the last, notes several changes happening within the Journal and in the wider context of open, flexible, and distance learning. A quick look at some of ... More

    pp. 1-3

  2. Maori Mentors: Expectations and perceptions

    Shirley Barnett & Ina Te Wiata

    This article is informed by a kaupapa M\u0101ori methodology and reports on a “by M\u0101ori for M\u0101ori\u201d peer mentoring programme. The programme, offered by the College of Business at... More

    pp. 4-19

  3. The Two Towers: The Quest for Appraisal and Leadership Development of ‘Middle’ Leaders online

    Martin Bassett & Joanne Robson

    This paper sets out to examine the role of middle leaders and their quest for effective appraisal and leadership development online\u2014the two towers. Research that focuses on the role of middle ... More

    pp. 20-30

  4. Reflections of a new educational designer

    Mark Nichols & Nicky Meuleman

    Educational design is an area of growing significance in tertiary education. However, the career pathway to educational design is varied. Because few specific qualifications are available,... More

    pp. 31-43