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American Journal of Distance Education

1997 Volume 11, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Tenure, Promotion, and Distance Education: Examining the Culture of Faculty Rewards

    Linda L. Wolcott

    A qualitative study of faculty, distance education program administrators, and chief academic officers at four research universities found that distance education has marginal status, is not highly... More

    pp. 3-18

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  2. Trends in Research and Practice: An Examination of "The American Journal of Distance Education" 1987 to 1995

    Margaret A. Koble & Ellen L. Bunker

    This study used Porter's "Forum Analysis" to provide a framework for describing the characteristics of a forum and examined a publication of a discourse community: "The American Journal of Distance... More

    pp. 19-38

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  3. Toward an Effective Model for Implementing Distance Education Programs

    David A. Keast

    Describes the implementation and evaluation of the partnership between the University of Alberta, Fairview College, and Kayas Cultural College offering synchronized, multipoint video conferencing... More

    pp. 39-55

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  4. The Learning Council: Corporate Distance Learning in Action

    Phyllis Saltzman

    Reviews three applications of distance learning available to Johnson & Johnson employees. The Learning Council, a corporate interdivisional enterprise, uses distance learning to meet the learning... More

    pp. 56-63

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  5. A Method for Evaluation of a Course Delivered via the World Wide Web in Brazil

    Monica G. M. Magalhaes & Dietrich Schiel

    Describes the application of evaluation methods to a graphic mechanics course offered to two public high school classes in Brazil through the Web-based distance education program "Programa Educ@r."... More

    pp. 64-70

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