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University Instructor Perceptions of the Use of Asynchronous Text-Based Discussion in Distance Courses
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American Journal of Distance Education Volume 16, Number 3, ISSN 0892-3647

Abstract

Describes a study that was conducted to investigate instructor perceptions of the impact on instruction when asynchronous text-based Internet communication technology was integrated into distance courses at the University of Alberta. Highlights include the theory of transactional distance; and results of interviews with instructors regarding technical, managerial, social, and pedagogical issues. (Author/LRW)

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Kanuka, H., Collett, D. & Caswell, C. (2002). University Instructor Perceptions of the Use of Asynchronous Text-Based Discussion in Distance Courses. American Journal of Distance Education, 16(3), 151. Retrieved November 16, 2019 from .

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