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Higher education evolution: Individual freedom afforded by educational social software
(Nova Science Publishers, 2006)
Ontario's Distance Education Network: Contact North/Contact Nord
(Alberta Journal of Continuing Education, 1990)
Faculty Adoption of Teaching and Learning Technologies: Contrasting Earlier Adopters and Mainstream Faculty
(Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 1998)
The adoption of teaching and learning technologies is an innovation that challenges the structure, culture and practice of modern research universities. This paper documents quantitatively and qualitatively the attitudes, ...
Critical Inquiry in a Text-Based Environment: Computer Conferencing in Higher Education
(Internet in Higher Education, 2000)
Critical thinking in distance education: Developing critical communities in an audio teleconference context
(Higher Education, 1995)
Distance education has long been associated with independent study and delivery of prepackaged learning materials. These characteristics effectively deny distance education students the opportunity to participate in ...
Critical Thinking and Computer Conferencing: A Model and Tool to Assess Cognitive Presence
(American Journal of Distance Education, 2001)
This article describes a practical approach to judging the nature and quality of critical discourse in a computer conference. A model of a critical community of inquiry frames the research. A core concept in defining a ...
Learning in a Networked World: New Roles and Responsibilties
(Atwood Publishing, 1998)
A Theory Of Critical Inquiry In Online Distance Education
(Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 2003)
A Response and Commentary to: A Review of e-Learning in Canada
(Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 2006)
The Search for Learning Community in Learner-Paced Distance Education Programming Or "Having Your Cake and Eating It, Too!
(Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 2003)
University distance and e-learning programs generally follow one of two models. Most dual mode institutions and some open universities follow a model of cohort learning. Students start and terminate each course at the same ...