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American Journal of Distance Education

1994 Volume 8, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Practicing What We Preach: Creating Distance Education Models to Prepare Teachers for the Twenty-First Century

    John F. LeBaron & Charles A. Bragg

    Discusses the advantages of including distance education strategies in preservice teacher education to help prepare for future needs. Highlights include technology preparedness of new teachers;... More

    pp. 5-19

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  2. What Library Schools Teach about Library Support to Distance Students: A Survey

    Marie A. Kascus

    Describes results of a survey of American Library Association-accredited schools of library and information science in the United States and Canada that was conducted to determine the prevalence of... More

    pp. 20-35

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  3. Verifying Key Theoretical Concepts in a Dynamic Model of Distance Education

    Farhad Saba & Rick L. Shearer

    Reports results of a study that was designed to empirically verify a system dynamics model that represents the relationship between dialog and structure as they relate to transactional distance and... More

    pp. 36-59

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  4. Factors Underlying Distance Learner Satisfaction with Televised College-Level Courses

    Paul M. Biner

    Describes two studies conducted at Ball State University (Indiana) that identified major dimensions of distance learner satisfaction with interactive, televised courses. The use of the Telecourse... More

    pp. 60-71

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