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Trigger analysis in computer mediated conferencing.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the characteristics of trigger messages that initiate discussion in Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) asynchronous text conferencing. A total of one thousand and twenty-eight ...
A formative evaluation model for online teachers.
Teachers are often frustrated with conventional evaluation practices normally used to establish their effectiveness, permanent status and promotion. Educators tend to take a dim view of evaluation because ultimately it is ...
Learner perceptions of barriers in corporate online training.
The purpose of this thesis is to investigate the perceptions and experiences of corporate employees prior to, during, and at the conclusion of their first self-paced, asynchronous, web-based course. Previous studies on ...
In transition: the journey of adult educators from traditional teaching into teaching online.
As adult educators travel the asynchronous, online frontier they face many exciting challenges and opportunities. The realities facing adult educators, new to teaching online, include learning new technologies, adapting ...
Faculty assessment of the quality and reusability of learning objects.
The research explored the process of selecting learning objects and how it differs from choosing learning resources in a traditional teaching environment. The study was designed to identify the challenges educational ...
Quality assurance in the in-service teacher education program in Northern Namibia: a case study.
This study examined the in-service department of a college of education to find out the measures used for quality assurance. This four-year diploma program is offered to the unqualified and under-qualified teachers in ...