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    Volume 6 #3, 2009

    FEATURED ARTICLES: SPOTLIGHT ARTICLE: KAPLAN VIRTUAL EDUCATION: SCHOOLS DESIGNED TO FIT THE STUDENT, Nancy Maldonado and Andrew Ordover. COLLABORATIVE KNOWLEDGE BUILDING: BLENDING IN-CLASS AND ONLINE LEARNING FORMATS, Margaret Riel and Paul Sparks. CONVERTING AN UNDERGRADUATE NURSING COURSE TO MOSTLY ONLINE: ONE EXPERIENCE, Nova Ann Todd. LITERACY QUEST USING BLACKBOARD TECHNOLOGY, Cherie Roberts, Regina A. Bobak, and David E. Walker. MULTITASKING DURING CHATS: AT THE INTERSECTION OF LAUNDRY AND MINDFUL LEARNING, Constance E. Wanstreet and David Stein. OPEN EDUCATION STUDENTS´┐Ż PERSPECTIVES OF DISTANCE TEACHING OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ATATURK AND THE HISTORY OF REVOLUTION, Kadir Ulusoy. SCHOOL GUIDANCE COUNSELORS: ARE THEY DISTANCE EDUCATION'S BIGGEST ALLY? Sonya R. Durden. FROM THE CLASSROOM LEARNING COMMUNITY TO A WEB-ENABLED COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE, James M. Greer. ESTABLISHING MILITARY REMOTE LEARNING CENTERS, David M. Lorenz. TELERADIOLOGY AND TELENEUROLOGY: SERVING HEALTH CARE NEEDS, Joan M. Rehnert. GETTING CONNECTED TO THE CALIFORNIA K-12 HIGH SPEED NETWORK: AN OVERVIEW OF SERVICES AND APPLICATIONS, David Billett. USDLA AWARD WINNERS COLUMNS: ENDS AND MEANS: Differentiating Instruction in Online Environments -by Natalie B. Milman. TRY THIS: Student Engagement, Motivation, and Rapport, -by Errol Craig Sull. AND FINALLY ... Inevitable? Do You Really Think So? -by Michael Simonson

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