Quarterly Review of Distance Education

Research that Guides Practice

An Official Journal of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology

Editors: Michael Simonson and Charles Schlosser Nova Southeastern University

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Volume 6 #1, 2005

Entering the Mainstream: Distance Education and Higher Education. Michael Simonson

ARTICLES
A Critical Analysis of Transactional Distance Theory. Paul Gorsky and Avner Caspi

Investigating Strategies for Increasing Student Response Rates for Online-Delivered Course Evaluations. John Norris and Cynthia Conn

Gender Differences in Online Learning: Sense of Community, Perceived Learning, and Interpersonal Interactions. Alfred P. Rovai and Jason D. Baker

Distance Learning Receptivity: Are They Ready Yet? Yixin Zhang

SPECIAL REPORT
Facilitating Student Interactions Through Discursive Moves: An Instructor's Experience Teaching Online Graduate Courses in Educational Technology. Andrew Topper

BOOK REVIEWS, Daniel V. Eastmond, Book Review Editor

The ASTD E-Learning Handbook: Best Practices, Strategies and Case Studies for an Emerging Field, by Allison Rossett. Frank Zittle and Abbas Johari

The Virtual Student: A Profile and Guide to Working with Online Learners, by Rena M. Palloff and Keith Pratt. Doris U. Bolliger and Richard Josephson

Learning Theories and the Design of E-Learning Environments, by Bijan B. Gillani. Salley B. Sawyer

Conference Calendar, Marsha L. Burmeister

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