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Abstract Distance education, in which learners are remote from the primary educational institution and the teacher, is increasingly delivered via interactive television technology. Moore (1980) described transactional distance between students and faculty in distance education as characterized...
Abstract The article presents an analysis of six semester‐long computer conferences moderated by university students to discover how students perceived and used the conferences. The two purposes of the conferences were to provide a meaningful, authentic context for preservice teachers to learn...
Abstract The purpose of this study was to compare the affective perceptions of remote‐site distance learning students, host‐site distance learning students, and traditional classroom students toward the experiences they encounter while taking courses from the College of Education at Valdosta...
Abstract A survey instrument was designed and administered to a population of currently enrolled and drop‐out adult students in a post‐baccalaureate Doctor of Pharmacy program taught at a distance. The data from the survey was used to test a predictive model developed to examine the parameters...
Abstract This article reports the results of a study to assess the attitudes of distance higher education students in various units of the College of Rural Alaska, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Emphasis was given to media preferences, the convenience of various media, and overall attitudes...
Why the Information Highway? Lessons from Open and Distance Learning. Judy Roberts and Erin Keough, eds. Toronto, Ontario: Tri‐folium Books, 1995, 276 pp., $32.95.
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