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American Journal of Distance Education

1994 Volume 8, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Collaboration in Distance Education: From Local to International Perspectives

    Liz Thach & Karen L. Murphy

    Explores the levels of collaboration required for successful distance education applications. Discussion includes a description of a continuum outlining the local (micro) to international (macro)... More

    pp. 5-21

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  2. Telecourse Persistence and Psychological Variables

    Rudy R. Pugliese

    Discusses a survey administered to 306 students at a New York community college that investigated loneliness, communication apprehension, communication competence, and locus of control as... More

    pp. 22-39

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  3. Leadership from Within: Student Moderation of Computer Conferences

    Allan C. Tagg

    Discusses two modifications to computer-conference-based master's degree courses: a maximum length for messages, and moderators appointed from among the student cohort. Argues that student and... More

    pp. 40-50

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  4. Teaching Migrant Students Algebra by Audioconference

    Kathy J. Schmidt

    Describes a pilot program designed to teach algebra to Texas migrant students via audioconferencing. Discussion includes course development, design, and delivery and indicates audioconferencing to ... More

    pp. 51-63

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