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International Journal of Instructional Media

2002 Volume 29, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. How Much Communication Is Enough in Online Courses? Exploring the Relationship between Frequency of Instructor-Initiated Personal Email and Learner's Perceptions of and Participation in Online Learning

    Robert H. Woods

    Describes a study of doctoral program students that investigated whether more frequent instructor-initiated emails would result in more favorable student perceptions of the student-faculty... More

    pp. 377-94

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  2. Student Perceptions in an Online Mediated Environment

    Hsiu-Mei Huang

    Describes a study conducted at Seattle Pacific University that developed an attitude scale to measure student perceptions about online courses; explored relationships between student perceptions... More

    pp. 405-22

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  3. The Motivational Effects of Specific Teaching Activities and Computer Use for Science Learning: Findings from the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)

    J Daniel House

    Investigated the relationship between the use of specific instructional activities and classroom experiences and student motivation for learning science based on 13-year-old students in Ireland... More

    pp. 423-39

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