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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)
Uses of published research: An exploratory case study
(International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 2013-01)
Academic publications are too often ignored by other researchers. There are various reasons: researchers know that conclusions may eventually be proved wrong; publications are sometimes retracted; effects may decline ...
THE DANCE OF TECHNOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY IN SELF-PACED DISTANCE EDUCATION
This paper describes the dance like relationship between pedagogy and technologies that creates distance education programming. Using a dance metaphor, the paper describes earlier generation of distance education and notes ...
Deciding what kind of course to take: Factors that influence modality selection in accounting continuing professional development
(Knowledge Management & E-Learning, 2013-06)
This study used a cross sectional sample created by self-selection from a researchers' email invitation to accountants in Canada to determine which modalities accountants preferred when selecting Continuing Professional ...
Is Videoconferencing the Killer App1 for K-12 Distance Education?
(Journal of Distance Education, 2008)
This paper overviews a multi-mode research study of Internet Protocol (IP) videoconferencing applications in five early adopter school divisions in Alberta, an oil-rich province located in Western Canada. The applications ...
A Rose by Any Other Name: Still Distance Education
(Journal of Distance Education, 2009)
Randy Garrison is a long-time teacher, collaborator, supervisor and friend of mine. Thus, I approach my critique of his recent article in the Journal of Distance Education (Garrison, 2009) with some considerable unease. ...