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American Journal of Distance Education

1993 Volume 7, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. International Computer Conferencing for Professional Development: The Bangkok Project

    Terry Anderson & Robin Mason

    Describes the Bangkok Project, a successful application of electronic mail and computer conferencing networks to support professional development in the field of distance education. The development... More

    pp. 5-18

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  2. Attitudes of Higher Education Faculty toward Distance Education: A National Survey

    Tom Clark

    Describes a study that was conducted to examine the receptivity of faculty at two-year and four-year colleges and universities to distance education. Attitudes toward distance education, the... More

    pp. 19-33

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  3. The House of Quality: Using QFD for Instructional Design in Distance Education

    Stephen Murgatroyd

    Examines the use of Quality Function Deployment (QFD) methods for the design, development, and delivery of courses and programs through distance education. Topics discussed include problems in... More

    pp. 34-48

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  4. Computer Conferencing and the Electronic White Board in the United Kingdom: A Comparative Analysis

    Catherine J. Tuckey

    Compares learner control capabilities of two forms of communication currently in use in distance education in the United Kingdom: the Electronic White Board, a form of audio conferencing combined... More

    pp. 58-72

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