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Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology

2002 Volume 1, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Interactivity in a Distance Learning Environment. What Is It? How Do We Know We Have It? What's the Value Added?

    Colleen M. Sexton

    Defines interactivity and considers how to analyze the extent to which an interactive learning environment has been created. Topics include four components necessary to create interactive distance ... More

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  2. The Instructional, Technical, and Psychological Perspectives of Faculty Building Online Courses in Cohort Settings

    Teresa Franklin

    Discusses changing traditional higher education courses to a Web-based environment, focusing on faculty workload, and describes the development of online courses at Ohio University by a cohort of... More

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  3. Creativity: A New Era in Educational Technology

    Enver Tahir Riza

    Discusses creativity in the field of educational technology. Topics include elements to consider when investigating creativity, including cumulative knowledge and communicative skills; levels of... More

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  4. Brain Activities and Educational Technology

    Emel Riza

    There are close relationships between brain activities and educational technology. Brain is very important and so complicated part in our bodies. From long time scientists pay attention to that... More

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  5. Organizational Implications of Web-Enhanced Study Abroad Programs

    Victor Udin & Niki Davis

    Distance education on university campuses is growing exponentially in the United States--it is predicted that 2.2 million students will be taking online classes in 2002, and 85% of American... More

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