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American Journal of Distance Education

2000 Volume 14, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Is Distance Teaching More Work or Less Work?

    David DiBiase

    Discusses a year-long study of time spent teaching and maintaining two comparable mature university courses, one offered online and one on campus. Results showed that the distance course required... More

    pp. 6-20

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  2. Faculty Work in Developing and Teaching Web-based Distance Courses: A Case Study of Time and Effort

    James A. Visser

    Explores the faculty time and effort spent in developing and delivering a graduate course for both a distance course and a traditional classroom course. Results show that the distance course did... More

    pp. 21-32

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  3. Capabilities-based Educational Equivalency Units: Beginning a Professional Dialogue

    Ryan Watkins & Charles Schlosser

    Proposes a model for the transformation of academic equivalency in distance education, shifting from a unit of measurement that relies on time in the classroom to one that focuses on learner... More

    pp. 34-47

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  4. Student Perceptions of Satisfaction and Opportunities for Critical Thinking in Distance Education by Interactive Video

    Cheryl Hilgenberg & William Tolone

    Discussion of critical thinking in distance education focuses on a study that investigated graduate students' satisfaction and perception of opportunities for critical thinking in distance... More

    pp. 59-73

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