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American Journal of Distance Education

1995 Volume 9, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The 1995 Distance Education Research Symposium: A Research Agenda

    Michael G. Moore

    Presents an overview of the 1995 Distance Education Research Symposium at Pennsylvania State University. Topics include research on policy and administration, including finances, faculty... More

    pp. 1-6

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  2. Constructivism and Computer-Mediated Communication in Distance Education

    David Jonassen

    Describes the assumptions of a constructivist epistemology, contrasts them with objectivist assumptions, and describes instructional systems that can support constructive learning at a distance.... More

    pp. 7-26

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  3. Transactional Issues in Distance Education: The Impact of Design in Audioteleconferencing

    Terry D. Anderson & D Randy Garrison

    Reports on a study of student perceptions of learning via audioconferencing using two distinct instructional designs in university-level courses delivered at a distance. The use of field... More

    pp. 27-45

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  4. Personality Characteristics Differentiating and Predicting the Achievement of Televised-Course Students and Traditional-Course Students

    Paul M. Biner

    Describes a study to determine if the personality traits of students in televised college-level courses differ from those of students in traditional courses, and to identify the specific traits... More

    pp. 46-60

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