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American Journal of Distance Education

2001 Volume 15, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Critical Thinking, Cognitive Presence, and Computer Conferencing in Distance Education

    D Randy Garrison, Terry Anderson & Walter Archer

    Presents encouraging empirical findings related to an attempt to create an efficient and reliable instrument to assess the nature and quality of critical discourse and thinking in a text-based... More

    pp. 7-23

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  2. Implications for Improving Access and Outcomes for Individuals with Disabilities in Postsecondary Distance Education

    Weol Soon Kim-Rupnow, Peter W. Dowrick & Laure S. Burke

    Reviews documented examples of individuals and institutions to investigate factors related to exemplary learners and providers of distance education to persons with disabilities. Examines case... More

    pp. 25-40

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  3. Identifying At-Risk Students in Videoconferencing and Web-Based Distance Education

    Viola Osborn

    Based on the multivariate framework of student attrition developed by leading researcher, this study centers on a method of assessing the ability of a student to complete a distance learning course... More

    pp. 41-54

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  4. Timeless and Timely Issues in Distance Education Planning

    Michele D. Bunn

    Provides a framework to categorize distance education planning issues into four distinct program stages and three decision areas. The framework brings to the surface and highlights numerous areas... More

    pp. 55-68

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