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American Journal of Distance Education

2018 Volume 32, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Near, Far, Wherever You Are: Chemistry via Distance in the South Seas

    Shaneel Chandra & Bibhya Sharma

    The University of the South Pacific is owned by 12 nations in the South Pacific Ocean. The institution provides higher education through its 14 campuses, with at least 1 campus per member country. ... More

    pp. 80-95

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  2. Finding the Customers: Challenges and Experiences Marketing K-12 Full-Time Virtual Schools

    Karen D. Jones & Regina Figueiredo-Brown

    Full-time virtual schooling is a growing alternative to traditional schools, although it is an option still unknown to many students. The ability to inform students through marketing is thus... More

    pp. 96-112

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  3. Transitioning from On-Campus to Online in a Master of Science Nursing Program: A Comparative Study of Academic Success

    Brandi L. Stocker

    This comparative study examined the academic success rates of online graduate nursing students by comparing final grades to the on-campus cohort of graduate nursing students prior to the program... More

    pp. 113-130

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  4. Academically Supporting STEM Students from a Distance through Videoconferencing: Lessons Learned

    Donna Rennar-Potacco & Anymir Orellana

    Student demand for distance learning, changing student demographics, and low retention compel institutions of higher education to develop alternative forms of academic support that can effectively ... More

    pp. 131-149

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