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American Journal of Distance Education

2017 Volume 31, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Online Proctored versus Unproctored Low-Stakes Internet Test Administration: Is There Differential Test-Taking Behavior and Performance?

    Joseph A. Rios & Ou Lydia Liu

    Online higher education institutions are presented with the concern of how to obtain valid results when administering student learning outcomes (SLO) assessments remotely. Traditionally, there has ... More

    pp. 226-241

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  2. Interactive and Authentic e-Learning Tools for Criminal Justice Education

    Karen Miner-Romanoff, Jonathan McCombs & Lewis Chongwony

    This mixed-method study tested the effectiveness of two experiential e-learning tools for criminal justice courses. The first tool was a comprehensive video series, including a criminal trial and... More

    pp. 242-257

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  3. Military Design Insights for Online Education Program Evaluation: A Revised Theoretical Construct

    David T. Culkin

    This theoretical development article examines how design methodology currently applied in United States military doctrine can offer insights into the increasingly complex arena of program... More

    pp. 258-274

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  4. What Makes a Good MOOC: A Field Study of Factors Impacting Student Motivation to Learn

    Anant Deshpande & Valeri Chukhlomin

    Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) research indicates that lack of student motivation to learn generally plays a significant role in student attrition and dropouts. Aside from this, very little is... More

    pp. 275-293

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  5. Speaking Personally--With Glenn Nierman

    Joshua Long

    Dr. Glenn Nierman, current Glenn Korff Chair of Music Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is the immediate past president of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) and a ... More

    pp. 294-299

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