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International Journal on E-Learning

2004 Volume 3, Number 1

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Virtual Necessities: Assessing Online Course Design

    Roberta McKnight, Healthcare Multimedia Design, United States

    According to several surveys over the past six years, faculty support and training in information technology remains one of the most pressing issues in higher education (Greene, 2001; Gandel, et al... More

    pp. 5-10

  2. A Model of Learner-Centered Computer-Mediated Interaction for Collaborative Distance Learning

    C. Candace Chou, University of St. Thomas, United States

    Interaction research in distance education has focused mostly on learner-teacher interaction in a learning environment based on a behaviorist curriculum. This presentation focuses on factors... More

    pp. 11-18

  3. Factors Which Motivate Community College Faculty to Participate in Distance Education

    Lisa O'Quinn, Northern Virginia Community College, United States

    This article provides the results of a study which determined the factors having the greatest and least degree of influence upon community college faculty's decision to participate in distance... More

    pp. 19-30

  4. The Role of Theory and Technology in Learning Video Production:The Challenge of Change

    William Shewbridge & Zane L. Berge, University of Maryland Baltimore County, United States

    The video production field has evolved beyond being exclusively relevant to broadcast television. The convergence of low-cost consumer cameras and desktop computer editing has led to new... More

    pp. 31-39

  5. Supporting Self-Regulation in Student-Centered Web-Based Learning Environments

    Nada Dabbagh & Anastasia Kitsantas, George Mason University, United States

    Numerous benefits of student-centered web-based learning environments have been documented in the literature; however the effects on student learning are questionable, particularly for low self... More

    pp. 40-47

  6. Beyond the Use of New Technologies in Adult Distance Courses: An Ethical Approach

    Lucilla Crosta, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

    This article is based on a study carried out at the University of Glasgow (Scotland) in the academic year 2000-2001. This research focuses attention on the implications of new technologies in Adult... More

    pp. 48-60

  7. Key Factors for Determining Student Satisfaction in Online Courses

    Doris U. Bolliger, St. Cloud State University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to investigate key factors influencing student satisfaction with online courses. The Biner instrument (1993) was modified to accommodate questions relating to online... More

    pp. 61-67