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

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Volume 14 #1, 2017

FEATURED ARTICLES

COMMENTS FROM THE EDITOR, Michael Simonson.

SPECIAL SECTION: TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN HEALTH CARE EDUCATION.
INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL SECTION, Khitam Azaiza, Guest Editor.

USE OF BLACKBOARD COLLABORATE FOR CREATION OF A VIDEO COURSE LIBRARY, Greta Mitzova-Vladinov, Rossana Bizzio-Knott,Mary Hooshmand, Shayne Hauglum, and Khitam Azaiza.

LESSONS LEARNED FROM DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING AN INTERACTIVE END-OF-LIFE EDUCATION MODULE USING RAPTIVITY AND ISPRING, LaToya Lewis-Pierre and Khitam Aziza.

SIMULATION AS A TEACHING TECHNOLOGY: A BRIEF HISTORY OF ITS USE IN NURSING EDUCATION, Jill S Sanko.

FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM WITHOUT FLIPPING OUT THE STUDENTS: WORKING WITH AN INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER IN AN UNDERGRADUATE EVIDENCE-BASED NURSING PRACTICE COURSE, Yui Matsuda, Khitam Azaiza, and Deborah Salani.

FEATURED ARTICLE: DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT OF DISTANCE DELIVERY DEGREES: A COLLEGIAL CONVERSATION, Tess M. Dussling, Autumn M. Dodge, and John D. Beach.

COLUMNS:
ENDS AND MEANS. How Can Online Instructors Better Support Their Students —by Natalie B. Milman.

ASK ERROL! —by Errol Craig Sull.

AND FINALLY ... How Much Distance Education is Too Much Distance Education? —by Michael Simonson

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