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American Journal of Distance Education

2009 Volume 23, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Distance Education in Physics via the Internet

    Bodo Eckert, Sebastian Grober & Hans-Jorg Jodl

    This article describes three connected projects in physics: (1) a very successful course at the university level; (2) a collection of several thousand multimedia materials, its status and... More

    pp. 125-138

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  2. Teaching Biology at a Distance: Pleasures, Pitfalls, and Possibilities

    Hilary MacQueen & Jeff Thomas

    The Open University (OU) has a long and distinguished history of teaching biology at a distance by a supported open learning model. This article examines some of the challenges in delivering... More

    pp. 139-150

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  3. Online versus in the Classroom: Student Success in a Hands-On Lab Class

    Ron Reuter

    This study compares learning success of online and on-campus students in a general education soil science course with lab and field components. Two terms of students completed standardized pre- and... More

    pp. 151-162

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  4. Speaking Personally--With Robert G. Holmberg

    This article presents an interview with Robert G. Holmberg, professor emeritus at Athabasca University (AU). He retired at the end of 2007 following a thirty-three-year academic career at AU in... More

    pp. 163-169

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