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Internet and Higher Education

2004 Volume 7, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Learning to learn online: A study of perceptual changes between multiple online course experiences

    J.B. Arbaugh

    This paper reports on changes in students' perceptions of technological, course conduct, and course outcome variables as they participated in multiple online courses over a 4-year period in a... More

    pp. 169-182

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  2. Interactive rhetoric for online learning environments

    Andrew Potter

    Limitations in communication modality and interactivity influence the use of language in an online environment, and conversely, language may be adapted to compensate for the online constraints.... More

    pp. 183-198

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  3. Face-to-face encounters as contextual support for Web-based discussions in a teacher education course

    Johanna Bluemink & Sanna Järvelä

    Apart from studying students' interaction in Web-based environments in computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL), it is essential to recognize the importance of the contextual setting in... More

    pp. 199-215

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  4. The Seven Principles of Good Practice: A framework for evaluating on-line teaching

    Arthur W. Bangert

    Traditionally, campus-based courses rely on student evaluations to provide instructors with feedback about their teaching effectiveness. However, current instructor evaluation instruments do not... More

    pp. 217-232

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  5. Making distance learning courses accessible to students and instructors with disabilities: A case study

    Sheryl Burgstahler, Bill Corrigan & Joan McCarter

    Worldwide, distance learning programs offer opportunities for education and career enhancement for those who have access to a computer and the Internet. However, some potential students and... More

    pp. 233-246

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  6. Reliability of the Conflict Resolution Questionnaire: Considerations for using and developing Internet-based questionnaires

    Marcus Henning

    In the current information age, there is a growing use of and reliance on the Internet. One area of concern for educators is the communication of information using an electronic questionnaire... More

    pp. 247-258

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