Distance Learning

Volume 17 #1

Edited by:
Michael Simonson, Nova Southeastern University

A volume in the series: Distance Learning Journal. Editor(s): Michael Simonson, Nova Southeastern University.

Published 2020

Distance Learning is for leaders, practitioners, and decision makers in the fields of distance learning, e-learning, telecommunications, and related areas. It is a professional journal with applicable information for those involved with providing instruction to all kinds of learners, of all ages, using telecommunications technologies of all types. Stories are written by practitioners for practitioners with the intent of providing usable information and ideas. Articles are accepted from authors--new and experienced--with interesting and important information about the effective practice of distance teaching and learning.

Distance Learning is published quarterly. Each issue includes eight to ten articles and three to four columns, including the highly regarded "And Finally..." column covering recent important issues in the field and written by Distance Learning editor, Michael Simonson. Articles are written by practitioners from various countries and locations, nationally and internationally.



A Proposed Framework of Online Collaborative Note-Taking Strategy in Self-Regulation Learning to Promote Instructional Design Practice for Preservice Teachers, Suthanit Wetcho and Jaitip Na-Songkhla.

Extending Self-Regulation Through Chrome Extensions in the Online Classroom, Amy Winger.

Design Factors for Distance Clinical Experiences: A Literature Review, George M. Nickles.

Translating Theory to Practice: Applying Systems Thinking to the Design of Professional Development, Tracey A. Regenold and Sheila E. Murphy.

Adjunct Online Faculty and Online Student Grades, Wendy Kaaki.

Is Technology in the Physical Therapy Classroom a Fad or Asset? Matthew Casale.


ENDS AND MEANS: Fostering Blended and Online Students’ Well-Being, by Natalie B. Milman and Beth Tuckwiller.

TRY THIS — When Online Faculty Supervisors and Faculty Get Broken—And the Fixes, by Errol Craig Sull and Kathy Embry.

ASK ERROL! —by Errol Craig Sull.

AND FINALLY, ... A Baker’s Dozen: Ideas for Creating an Online Course—by Michael Simonson.