Distance Learning

For Educators, Trainers, and Leaders

Sponsored by the U.S. Distance Learning Association, The Patel College of Health Care Sciences, Nova Southeastern University And Information Age Publishing

Indexed in DE Hub

Volume 5 #1, 2008

SPOTLIGHT PROGRAM. Meeting The Shifting Perspective: The Iowa Communications Network, John Gillispie, Joseph Cassis, Tami Fujinaka, and Gail McMahon. Facilitating Adoption Of Technology In Higher Education, Dustin L. Annan. Career Readiness Credential: Assessing And Improving Workforce Skills To Meet The Needs Of Employers In The Information Age, Terry Ausman. A Historical Perspective And Look Forward At The E-learning Industry, Stephen Gatlin. Videoconferencing: What Teachers Need To Know, Jennifer French. Closing The Distance: Success Coaching For Online Education Goes Mainstream, Alan Tripp. Online Social Networks: Educational Benefits And Dangers, William Derrick. Chats And Shared Understanding: How Instructors Can Help Learners Use Academic Chat Rooms, David S. Stein and Constance E. Wanstreet. National Distance Education Trends And Issues: Intellectual Property, Sharon DeVary. The Virtual College Of Texas: United We Stand, Jeff Getchell. Learning Management System Implementation: Building Strategic Change, Sandra A. Sallum. E-training To Communities Of Practice As A New Key Toward Globalization Strategies Within Venezuelan Companies, G. Viswanathappa. Effectiveness Of E-content On The Concept Attainment Model Over Teaching Competence At Secondary Level, Lili Steiner. COLUMNS. ENDS AND MEANS. Quality in Distance Learning, Michael Corry. If e-Learning is the Solution, What is the Problem? Ryan Watkins. AND FINALLY ... Contaminated Courses, Michael Simonson.