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American Journal of Distance Education

1998 Volume 12, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Assessing Distance Learners' Satisfaction with Instruction: A Quantitative and a Qualitative Method

    Annette C. Sherry, Catherine P. Fulford & Shuqiang Zhang

    Two approaches to student-based evaluations were examined for their potential application to distance education: a quantitative measure of interaction, and a qualitative, formative evaluation... More

    pp. 4-28

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  2. Beliefs of Certified Public Accountants toward Distance Education: A Statewide Georgia Survey

    Kathy J. Perdue & Thomas Valentine

    Examines the beliefs of certified public accountants (CPAs) in the state of Georgia concerning the effectiveness of distance education in providing continuing professional education (CPE). Findings... More

    pp. 29-41

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  3. Academic Advising in Baccalaureate Distance Education Programs

    Robert F. Curry, Roger G. Baldwin & Martha Smith Sharpe

    Examines current academic-advising practices of distance-education programs, analyzing: advisor/student communication, delivery systems, support or reference materials, required occasions for... More

    pp. 42-52

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