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American Journal of Distance Education

1997 Volume 11, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Social Presence as a Predictor of Satisfaction within a Computer-Mediated Conferencing Environment

    Charlotte N. Gunawardena & Frank J. Zittle

    Examines the effectiveness of "social presence" as a predictor of learner satisfaction in a text-based medium based on the GlobalEd inter-university computer conference. Results suggested social... More

    pp. 8-26

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  2. Copyright Law, the Internet, and Distance Education

    Anita Colyer

    Examines copyright issues related to online course development and delivery. Provides a brief history of copyright law. Examples of recent lawsuits and several case studies provide a context for... More

    pp. 41-57

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  3. Online Graduate Degrees: A Review of Three Internet-Based Master's Degree Offerings

    Robert W. Strong & E Glynn Harmon

    Reviews and compares three offerings of graduate degrees via the Internet--two master's programs in management and one master's program in library and information science. Presents a "Consumer's... More

    pp. 58-70

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