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Innovations in Education and Teaching International

2002 Volume 39, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Collaborating on the Development of Technology Enabled Distance Learning: A Case Study

    Myra Hodgkinson & Joe Holland

    Addresses the processes used and developed in creating a collaborative online degree program involving four different universities in three countries: Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United... More

    pp. 89-94

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  2. Action Research: Reviewing the Implementation of a Distance-Learning Degree Programme Utilizing Communication and Information Technologies

    Jill Annison

    Reports on an action research project evaluating the application of distance learning approaches in a new undergraduate degree program in the United Kingdom. Examines the integration of e-mail,... More

    pp. 95-106

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  3. Computer-Assisted Assessment: Staff Viewpoints on Its Introduction within a New University

    Peter Hodson, Danny Saunders & Geneen Stubbs

    Discusses policy making in United Kingdom higher education that tries to balance expansion with maintaining high standards. Considers computer-assisted assessment as a method for coping with large ... More

    pp. 145-52

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  4. Effects of Different Types of Interaction on Learning Achievement, Satisfaction and Participation in Web-Based Instruction

    Insung Jung, Seonghee Choi, Cheolil Lim & Junghoon Leem

    Investigated the effects of three types of interaction (academic, collaborative, and social) on learning, satisfaction, participation, and attitude toward online learning in a Web-based environment... More

    pp. 153-62

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