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American Journal of Distance Education

1995 Volume 9, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. The Florida Teletraining Project: Military Training via Two-Way Compressed Video

    William J. Bramble & Barbara L. Martin

    The Florida Teletraining Project tested the feasibility of using community colleges for training military personnel in the Reserve Components. Five interactive video courses were produced,... More

    pp. 6-26

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  2. A Heterogeneous Distributed Database System for Distance Education Networks

    Rory McGreal

    A heterogeneous distributed database systems (HDDS) offers distance education networks feasible, simple, cost-effective, and efficient database access systems. An HDDS can be used to provide... More

    pp. 27-43

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  3. Audio Teleconferencing and the Adult Learner: Strategies for Effective Practice

    Darcy Walsh Hardy & Donald Olcott

    Examines audio teleconferencing as an option for distance learning. Discusses administrative and instructional issues; equipment needs and preliminary tests; and the importance of the audio... More

    pp. 44-60

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  4. Serving Students with Disabilities in Distance Education Programs

    Esther H. Paist

    Describes practical applications of distance education programs serving the disabled based on the experiences of the Independent Study program at the University of Wisconsin-Extension. Issues... More

    pp. 61-70

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