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American Journal of Distance Education

2018 Volume 32, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The Product Life-Cycle of Online Courses and Student Engagement

    Scott J. Warren & Heather Ann Robinson

    With increased online course offerings at most higher education institutions, it is important to have a way to determine whether the courses continue to have value to students or outlived their... More

    pp. 161-176

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  2. Learners' Engagement Online in Peer Help

    Kun Huang & Victor Law

    Much is known about help seeking in face-to-face classrooms, but there is a limited understanding about how learners seek and provide help online. This study implemented a peer-help forum in an... More

    pp. 177-189

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  3. Students' Perceptions of Learning about Qualitative Inquiry in Online Contexts

    Kathryn Roulston, Elizabeth Pope, Trena Paulus & Kathleen deMarrais

    This paper reports findings from a 2-year study of online coursework in a graduate certificate program in qualitative research methods in the USA. Thirty-four interviews with students enrolled in... More

    pp. 190-201

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  4. Mapping Points of Interest: An Analysis of Students' Engagement with Digital Primary Sources

    Monica D. T. Rysavy, Russell Michalak & Kevin Hunt

    The Digital Archival Advertisements Survey Process (DAASP) model is a collaborative active learning exercise designed to aid students in evaluating primary source documents of print-based... More

    pp. 202-216

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