Teaching and Learning in a Net-Centric World

Issue 11(2) of IRRODL Published

Table of Contents
Editorial
Editorial HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Terry Anderson i-iii
Research Articles
Cultural dimensions of learning: Addressing the challenges of multicultural instruction HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Patrick Parrish, Jennifer Linder-VanBerschot 1-19
Unbundling faculty roles in online distance education programs HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Jan Tucker, Patricia Neely 20-32
Process-based assessment for professional learning in higher education: Perspectives on the student-teacher relationship HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Peter Bergström 33-48
The relationship between academic discipline and dialogic behavior in open university course forums HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Paul Gorsky, Avner Caspi, Avishai Antonovsky, Ina Blau, Asmahan Mansur 49-72
Length of online course and student satisfaction, perceived learning, and academic performance HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Janet M. Ferguson, Amy E. DeFelice 73-84
Field Notes
The challenges of implementing distance education in Uganda: A case study HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Gudula Naiga Basaza, Natalie B. Milman, Clayton R. Wright 85-91
Book Notes
Learning cultures in online education HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Nataly Tcherepashenets 92-96
Perspectives on distance education: Open schooling in the 21st century HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Ramesh Chander Sharma 97-99
Technical Notes
Thirty years of distance education: Personal reflections HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Terralyn McKee 100-109
Universal instructional design principles for Moodle HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Tanya Elias 110-124
CIDER Notes
Message interactions in online asynchronous discussions: The problem of being “too nice” ELLUMINATE/POWERPOINT/MP3
Geoffrey Roulet
Three generations of distance education pedagogy ELLUMINATE/POWERPOINT/MP3
Terry Anderson
This year’s second issue of the International Review of Research on Open and Distance Learning (IRRODL) was released on Friday.
As usual all articles are published in HTML, PDF, MP3 and ePub – for viewing on your new Ipad!
Enjoy!

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Terry Anderson i-iii

Research Articles

Cultural dimensions of learning: Addressing the challenges of multicultural instruction HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Patrick Parrish, Jennifer Linder-VanBerschot 1-19
Unbundling faculty roles in online distance education programs HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Jan Tucker, Patricia Neely 20-32
Process-based assessment for professional learning in higher education: Perspectives on the student-teacher relationship HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Peter Bergström 33-48
The relationship between academic discipline and dialogic behavior in open university course forums HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Paul Gorsky, Avner Caspi, Avishai Antonovsky, Ina Blau, Asmahan Mansur 49-72
Length of online course and student satisfaction, perceived learning, and academic performance HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Janet M. Ferguson, Amy E. DeFelice 73-84

Field Notes

The challenges of implementing distance education in Uganda: A case study HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Gudula Naiga Basaza, Natalie B. Milman, Clayton R. Wright 85-91

Book Notes

Learning cultures in online education HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Nataly Tcherepashenets 92-96
Perspectives on distance education: Open schooling in the 21st century HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Ramesh Chander Sharma 97-99

Technical Notes

Thirty years of distance education: Personal reflections HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Terralyn McKee 100-109
Universal instructional design principles for Moodle HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Tanya Elias 110-124

CIDER Notes

Message interactions in online asynchronous discussions: The problem of being “too nice” ELLUMINATE/POWERPOINT/MP3
Geoffrey Roulet
Three generations of distance education pedagogy ELLUMINATE/POWERPOINT/MP3
Terry Anderson
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