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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2002 Volume 30, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Collaborative Online Learning in Virtual Discussions

    Mercedes Fisher & Bonita Coleman

    Discusses a case study at Pepperdine University (California) in the Online Master of Arts in Educational Technology and the critical insights which can be used by similar university programs to... More

    pp. 3-17

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  2. Development of the Collaborative Learning Measure in CMC

    Qing Li

    Develops a simple tool to measure interactive learning in the context of computer-mediated communication (CMC). Describes the Measure of Interactivity in CMC (MICMC) and examines the reliability... More

    pp. 19-41

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  3. Principles for Development of a 21st Century Distance Learning Program on the College and University Level

    Stephen Springer & Barbara Pevoto

    The Occupational Education program at Southwest Texas State University was established in 1973 to serve military personnel at four bases in San Antonio, Texas. The program's success has rested on... More

    pp. 43-52

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  4. Technical Considerations in the Delivery of Audio-Visual Course Content

    Jay M. Lightfoot

    In an attempt to provide students with the benefit of the latest technology, some instructors include multimedia content on their class Web sites. This article introduces the basic terms and... More

    pp. 53-68

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  5. Web Site Accessibility of AACSB-Accredited Universities: Meeting the Requirements of the Law(s)

    Charletta F. Gutierrez & Nancy M. Long

    Evaluates the main Web pages of AACSB-accredited colleges and universities for compliance with the two key laws pertaining to disability-access in these institutions: the Americans with... More

    pp. 69-84

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  6. Thrust into Technology: How Veteran Teachers Respond

    Rick Snoeyink & Peggy A. Ertmer

    This two-year study explored the perceptions and roles of experienced elementary teachers (computer novices) as they learned and began using computer technology in their teaching. Results indicated... More

    pp. 85-111

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