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Journal Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1 / Feb 2003  pp1‑50

Editor: Roy Williams

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Supporting staff using WebCT at the University of Birmingham in the UK  pp1‑10

Tracy Kent

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Evaluating Virtual Learning Environments: what are we measuring?  pp11‑20

Mary Dyson, Silvio Barreto Campello

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Cognitive Style and Attitudes Towards Using Online Learning and Assessment Methods  pp21‑28

Martin Graff

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Biomedical Online Learning: The route to success  pp29‑34

Patricia Harvey

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Interactive Technology Impact on Quality Distance Education  pp35‑44

Samer Hijazi

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Abstract

This paper reports on a study to determine if existing technology is adequate for the delivery of quality distance education. The survey sample was 392 respondents from a non‑traditional graduate level. The study included 15 descriptive questions on course assessment and satisfaction. The three hypotheses used Chi‑square to find relationships between interactivity and three other variables: progress, communication mode, and the desire to take another course. Responses showed that taking a distance education course was worthwhile. Findings, recommendations and conclusion are included. 

 

Keywords: Distance Education, Quality, Interactive, Technology Assessments, E-learning, Interactivity

 

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Integrating Distributed Learning with just‑in‑context Knowledge Management  pp45‑50

Roy. Williams

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