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American Journal of Distance Education

1994 Volume 8, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. In Support of a Functional Definition of Interaction

    Ellen D. Wagner

    Discusses several systems models of interaction in distance education and relates them to the contexts of instructional delivery, instructional design, instructional theory, and learning theory in ... More

    pp. 6-29

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  2. Learner-Interface Interaction in Distance Education: An Extension of Contemporary Models and Strategies for Practitioners

    Daniel C. A. Hillman

    Argues that treatments of the concept of interaction in distance education based on Moore's (1989) discussion of interaction are inadequate and presents a concept of learner-interface interaction. ... More

    pp. 30-42

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  3. Providing a Human Biology Laboratory for Distant Learners

    Don Naber & Glenn LeBlanc

    Describes the development and pilot testing of a human biology laboratory telecourse delivered over the Education Network of Maine. The process is described within the framework of an instructional... More

    pp. 58-71

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