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Vol. 8 #3, 2011

SPECIAL SECTION: WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT AND DISTANCE EDUCATION GUEST EDITOR: KHITAM AZAIZA.
WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT AND DISTANCE EDUCATION, Khitam Azaiza
SEEN BUT NOT HEARD: WOMEN IN ONLINE LEARNING ARE A SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE, IF ASKED, Gail Weatherly
CORE4WOMEN: WHERE WOMEN SHARE AND DISCOVER ONLINE LEARNING, Eli Collins-Brown and Gail Weatherly
HAVING IT ALL: THE HYBRID SOLUTION FOR THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS IN WOMEN’S POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, Gillian McKnight-Tutein and A. Sasha Thackaberry.
THE INTERNATIONAL FORUM FOR WOMEN IN E-LEARNING: LEADING BY EXAMPLE, LEARNING WITH EXPERIENCE, Rebekah K. Nix
USING WEB 2.0 TOOLS TO BALANCE WORK, LIFE, AND TERM PAPERS, Rochelle Franklin

FEATURED ARTICLES
DISTANCE EDUCATION DESIGN: THE IMPORTANCE OF DESIGNING INTERACTION AND ACTIVITY INTO THE COURSE, James R. Brunet
GEORGIA VIRTUAL SCHOOL, Melanie W. Goss
DISTANCE EDUCATION: ACCESSIBILITY FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, Marcelle Gornitsky
FACILITATING THESIS WRITING IN A DIGITAL WORLD: MENTORING AT A DISTANCE, Jeanne Evelyn Janzen
NO BRICK NO MORTAR NO BOUNDARIES: DISTANCE EDUCATION AND OPENCOURSEWARE, Erika H. Weiss
RESPONDING TO CHANGE: ONLINE EDUCATION AT THE COLLEGE OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, Connie J. Tice

COLUMNS
ENDS AND MEANS: Identifying and Responding to Online Learners’ Differences —by Stephen C. Ehrmann and Natalie B. Milman

TRY THIS:
Want to Be Respected as a Distance Learning Educator? Don’t Whine, Be a Baby, Compain, or Be a Snob! —by Errol Craig Sull
ASK ERROL! —by Errol Craig Sull
AND FINALLY...
Online Instruction—The Seven Virtues: Or, How to Avoid the Seven Deadly Presentation Sins —by Michael Simonson