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American Journal of Distance Education

2001 Volume 15, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Surviving as a Distance Teacher

    Michael G. Moore

    Discusses issues involved in electronically delivered distance education courses in higher education relating to the role of faculty. Topics include preparation, presentation, and participation;... More

    pp. 1-5

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  2. Differences in Competencies between Doctoral Students On-Campus and at a Distance

    James R. Lindner, Kim E. Dooley & Tim H. Murphy

    Describes differences between on-campus and distance learners by knowledge, skills, and abilities based on a comparative study of doctoral students at Texas A&M University. Highlights include... More

    pp. 25-40

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  3. Computer Self-Efficacy, Academic Self-Concept, and Other Predictors of Satisfaction and Future Participation of Adult Distance Learners

    Christina Kyounghee Lim

    Describes a study that developed a predictive model of adult learners' satisfaction in a Web-based distance education course and their intent to participate in future courses. Examined computer... More

    pp. 41-51

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