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

Indexed in DE HUB

Volume 8 #1, 2007

Editor's Statement: Teaching Courses Online. Michael Simonson

Distraction, Domination, and Disconnection in Whole-Class Online Discussions. Kim E. Dooley and Leah E. Wickersham

Does Sense of Community Matter? An Examination of Participants' Perceptions of Building Learning Communities in Online Courses. Xiaojing Liu, Richard J. Magjuka, Curtis J. Bonk, and Seuge-hee Lee

Enhancing Web-Based Instruction Using a Person-Centered Model of Instruction. Christopher T. Miller

Satellite-Based Distance Courses for In-Service Training: The Case of Heads Up! Reading. Johnetta Wade Morrison, Pam�la Raya-Carlton, Jennifer K. Henk, and Kathy R. Thornburg

Narrowing the Distance: Implementing a Hybrid Learning Model. Sharon W. Tabor

Perceptions of Higher Education Faculty members on the Value of Distance Education. L. Ward Ulmer, Lemuel W. Watson, and Dustin Derby

BOOK REVIEWS, Mark Hawkes & Dan Eastmond, Book Review Editors

Copyright Law and the Distance Education Classroom by Tomas Lipinski. Barbara S. Rosen

Strategies for Sustainable Open and Distance Learning by Andrea Hope and Patrick Guiton (Eds.). Fran�ois Marchessou

Conference Calendar, Marsha Burmeister

Author Biographical Data

Index for Volume 7


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