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Towards a Person-Centered Model of Instruction: Can An Emphasis on the Personal Enhance Instruction in Cyberspace?
Quarterly Review of Distance Education Vol. 2, No. 3 (2001) pp. 193–207
A person-centered instructional design model was developed for virtual, Web-based environments, based on the work of Carl Rogers. This model attempts to address several issues raised in the literature. A person-centered instructional model is...
Research Strategies Vol. 20, No. 4 (2005) pp. 334–345
To design a new distance education course with an emphasis on student group work, a collaborative effort among the University of Missouri St. Louis Libraries and faculty was established. The collaborative process resulted in a more individualized...
Journal of Professional Nursing Vol. 17, No. 1 (2001) pp. 7–13
Survey responses from 365 of 478 nursing schools revealed the acceleration of distance course offerings, more in public than private institutions. Budget, time, and staff training were the chief barriers to distance technology use; 23% did not use...
Randomized Trials on Consider This, a Tailored, Internet-Delivered Smoking Prevention Program for Adolescents
David B. Buller; Ron Borland; W Gill Woodall; John R. Hall; Joan M. Hines; Patricia Burris-Woodall; Gary R. Cutter; Caroline Miller; James Balmford; Randall Starling; Bryan Ax; Laura Saba
Health Education & Behavior Vol. 35, No. 2 (2008) pp. 260–281
The Internet may be an effective medium for delivering smoking prevention to children. Consider This, an Internet-based program, was hypothesized to reduce expectations concerning smoking and smoking prevalence. Group-randomized pretest-posttest...