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American Journal of Distance Education

2018 Volume 32, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Audio Engagement and Learning

    Andy Curran & Kay K. Seo

    Sound effects and music can be used to complement instructional narrations in recorded media presentations. College students (n = 143) participated in a study examining the effects of music and... More

    pp. 223-235

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  2. Student Perceptions of and Attitudes toward Peer Review

    Dianne Burke Moneypenny, Margaret Evans & Amanda Kraha

    The current study seeks to analyze university students' perceptions of online peer assessment (PA) with regard its effectiveness as a learning tool and as a contributing factor to motivation and... More

    pp. 236-247

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  3. Online vs. Traditional Learning in Teacher Education: A Comparison of Student Progress

    Amanda R. Hurlbut

    Online education programs are well established in higher education, including graduate level and non-traditional teacher education programs. However, there is a lack of substantial research into... More

    pp. 248-266

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  4. A Comparison of Scholarly Productivity among Current Professors Who Obtained Terminal Degrees

    Angela Hollman, Matthew R. Bice, James Ball, Nate Bickford, Alex B. Shafer & Sonja Bickford

    Although scholarship is important in higher education and faculty productivity expectations are continually increasing, we still do not understand the holistic view of faculty productivity. This... More

    pp. 267-282

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  5. Students' Collaborative Learning Attitudes and Their Satisfaction with Online Collaborative Case-Based Courses

    Niva Wengrowicz, William Swart, Ravi Paul, Kenneth Macleod, Dov Dori & Yehudit Judy Dori

    Case-based learning is an interactive group learning approach that embodies the principles of Socratic inquiry. It is a common pedagogy used in many disciplines including business, law, and health.... More

    pp. 283-300

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