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Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration

2011 Volume 14, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The Adult Learner: A Change Agent in Post-Secondary Education

    Erik C. Burns

    While online universities and career colleges are experiencing increasing enrollment trends, the enrollment for traditional universities and colleges appears to be declining. Recent data shows that... More

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  2. Faculty Online Technology Adoption: The Role of Management Support and Organizational Climate

    Rui-Ting Huang, David M. Deggs, M Khata Jabor & Krisanna Machtmes

    Although there is a plethora of online learning studies, relatively few studies have probed into teachers' online technology adoption. It is suggested that faculty resistance to technology be one... More

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  3. Distance Education Technology: Higher Education Barriers during the First Decade of the Twenty-First Century

    Angela Owusu-Ansah, Patti Neill & Michele K. Haralson

    In the twenty-first century, despite the expanded opportunities technology affords in student-access to higher education, most institutions of higher education are hesitant to offer technology... More

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  4. Assessing Facilitator Performance as an Influence on Student Satisfaction

    Scotty Dunlap & David May

    Growth in class size within the online environment has resulted in a facilitator model in which an instructor teaches the class with the assistance of facilitators who interact with students in... More

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  5. Implementing e-Learning at the University of Botswana: the Practitioner's Perspective

    Regina K. Masalela

    The University of Botswana (UB) is undergoing transformative changes in response to internal and external influences in higher education. These include attempts to transition towards institution... More

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  6. Assessing Retention in Online Learning: An Administrative Perspective

    Wallace E. Boston & Phil Ice

    As the growth of online programs continues to rapidly accelerate, concern over the retention of the online learner is increasing. Educational administrators at institutions offering online courses,... More

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