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The factor structure of teaching development needs for distance delivered e-learning
(International Journal for Academic Development, 2008-06)
The rise of the telecommuter and the fall of community: False promises
(Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, 2007-05)
Distance education MBA students: An investigation into the use of an orientation course to address academic and social integration issues.
(Open Learning, 2006-06)
Distance education programs warrant the use of innovative intervention practices to enhance student learning experiences. Academic and social empathy by faculty has been shown to enhance student retention in programs along ...
The rise of the teleworker: False promises and responsive solutions.
(Higher Education, 2008)
The rise of the telecommuter.
As the number of distance delivered e-learning courses being offered increases, so does the number of academics who are teaching from their home offices—most often referred to as ‘teleworkers’. While research has shown ...