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Abstract This article presents data collected in a year‐long study in which the author and his assistants kept detailed records of their time spent teaching and maintaining two comparable university courses. One course was offered online to adult professionals away from campus, the other offered...
Abstract Using an experiential case approach, this study explores the conventional wisdom that distance education courses require greater faculty work effort and time commitment than traditionally taught courses. The study's basis for analysis is an instructor's time and effort in developing and...
Abstract This article proposes a basic model for the transformation of academic equivalency in distance education, shifting from a unit of measurement that relies on time in the classroom (the Carnegie unit) to one that focuses on learner achievement. The Capabilities‐Based Educational...
Abstract This article describes a Web‐based question‐answering system geared toward courses carried entirely via the World Wide Web. The question‐answering system is template based and uses the mSQL database's W3‐mSQL scripting language to generate HTML files dynamically, or “on the fly.” The...
Abstract Critical thinking is an important component of learning, yet it has received little attention in distance education literature. The purpose of this study was to investigate graduate students' satisfaction and perception of opportunities for critical thinking in distance education...
Dancing with the Devil: Information Technology and the New Competition in Higher Education. Richard N. Katz and Associates. (EDUCAUSE, sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, 1999, 152 pp., $16.95).
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