Quarterly Review of Distance Education (Google eBook)

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anyone interested in the future of learning in distance education will find this series useful. The year on display here, 2007, has several articles that will become more and more useful over time as they get cited in other articles and studies. Since this is not an online open access journal, it takes time for the ITDE professional community to discover the value in these leading articles. Instructional Technologies and Distance Education (ITDE) majors will find this series helpful. 

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Kim E Dooley
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DOES SENSE OF COMMUNITY MATTER? An Examination of Participants Perceptions of Building Learning Communities in Online Courses
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ENHANCING WEBBASED INSTRUCTION USING A PERSONCENTERED MODEL OF INSTRUCTION
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SATELLITEBASED DISTANCE COURSES FOR INSERVICE TRAINING The Case of Heads Up Reading
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NARROWING THE DISTANCE Implementing a Hybrid Learning Model for Information Security Education
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PERCEPTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION FACULTY MEMBERS ON THE VALUE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
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Daniel V Eastmond and Mark Hawkes Book Review Editors Copyright Law and the Distance Education Classroom by Tomas Lipinski
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Strategies for Sustainable Open and Distance Learning by Andrea Hope and Patrick Guiton Eds
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CONFERENCE CALENDAR
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A UTHOR BIOGRAPHICAL DATA
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INDEX
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