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American Journal of Distance Education

1997 Volume 11, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Educational Technology and Distance Education in Central Florida: An Assessment of Capabilities

    Patrick Moskal

    A needs assessment developed by the Faculty Development Group of the Central Florida Consortium of Higher Education determined faculty perceptions about promoting and inhibiting learning of new... More

    pp. 6-22

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  2. The Impact of Remote-Site Group Size on Student Satisfaction and Relative Performance in Interactive Telecourses

    Paul M. Biner

    A study of 288 undergraduates enrolled in 17 telecourses determined that students attending class sessions with fewer students reported being more satisfied with the courses and were more likely to... More

    pp. 23-33

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  3. Interactions in Audiographics Teaching and Learning Environments

    Ron Oliver & Catherine McLoughlin

    Audiographics is a low-cost delivery system for distance learning using a telecommunications link between computers and an audioconferencing medium. A study of the interactions between teachers and... More

    pp. 34-54

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