Teaching and Learning in a Net-Centric World

Another Issue of IRRODL out the door

We are pleased to release another fine issue of International Review of Research on Open and Distance Learning (IRRODL). This issue marks our 10th year of publication and I am confident that IRRODL is now the most widely read and cited distance education journal in the world. We  present in this issue 8 peer reviewed scholarly articles (from 5 continents), and 2 book reviews. There is also an editorial from Brigette McConkey, new IRRODL Managing editor  which lists the  top downloaded article stats from 2008 and an offer to apply as IRRODL Book Review editor.

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Vol 10, No 1 (2009)

Editorial

IRRODL Editorial HTML PDF MP3
Terry Anderson
IRRODL is Growing! HTML PDF MP3
Brigette McConkey

Main Section

Kothmale Community Radio Interorg Project: True Community Radio or Feel-Good Propaganda? Abstract HTML PDF MP3
Liz Francisca Rosalia Harvey-Carter Article 10.1.1
Critical and Higher Order Thinking in Online Threaded Discussions in the Slovak Context Abstract HTML PDF MP3
Katarina Pisutova-Gerber, Jana Malovicova Article 10.1.2
Increasing Public Access to University Qualifications: Evolution of The University of the West Indies Open Campus Abstract HTML PDF MP3
Michael L. Thomas, Judith Soares Article 10.1.3
Research and Practice in K-12 Online Learning: A Review of Open Access Literature Abstract HTML PDF MP3
Cathy S. Cavanaugh, Michael K. Barbour, Tom Clark Article 10.1.4
Integrated Networks: National and International Online Experiences Abstract HTML PDF MP3
Osvaldo Antonio Muniz-Solaris, Christine Coats Article 10.1.5
Interaction Equivalency in Self-Paced Online Learning Environments: An Exploration of Learner Preferences Abstract HTML PDF MP3
Jason Rhode Article 10.1.6
Recurring Issues Encountered by Distance Educators in Developing and Emerging Nations Abstract HTML PDF MP3
Clayton R. Wright, Gajaraj Dhanarajan, Sunday A. Reju Article 10.1.7
Making Education Equitable in Rural China through Distance Learning Abstract HTML PDF MP3
Shiling McQuaide Article 10.1.8

Book Notes

Pask to the Future HTML PDF MP3
Griff Richards
Distance Learning in Higher Education: A Programmatic Approach to Planning, Design, Instruction, Evaluation and Accreditation HTML PDF MP3
Terry Anderson
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