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University of South Dakota
Qualitative Report Vol. 10, No. 2 (June 2005) pp. 289–327
This study tells the stories of four successful graduate students within a cohort of learners who were earning graduate degrees in technology for education and training by distance. The students were practicing teachers in the Dakota Interactive...
TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning Vol. 49, No. 6 (2005) pp. 42–49
In this article, the author discusses the importance of knowledge management (KM) in the era of the knowledge organization, a place where generating, sharing and storing knowledge is a valued part of the organizational culture. The author enumerates ...
Virtual@learning, personality, and learning@styles (2001) pp. 1–379
This study examined the relationship between college students' ability to succeed in a virtual course and personality or learning style. Subjects were 19 business and 21 humanities students taking an advanced composition course online. All...
Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research 2000 (May 2000)
This study examined the use of concept maps for Web-based applications in higher education. The purpose of the project was to design concept maps that could serve as prototypes for navigating and searching Internet resources. It also explored the...
Quarterly Review of Distance Education Vol. 9, No. 2 (2008) pp. 151–167
This study sought to understand how an online cohort in a master's program, comprised of teachers from the same school district, constructed knowledge about instructional theories and practices. Participants in this descriptive study included 10...
Virtual Conferences versus Face-to-Face Conferences, or Why Do We Bother to Travel to Conferences Although We're E-Learning Experts?
World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2006 (October 2006) pp. 3009–3013
This panel will present two opposing views: 1) virtual conferences do not offer the type of valuable experiences enabled by face to face conferences or 2) virtual conferences offer significant advantages over their counterparts.