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Dimensions of distance learning for computer education

Tony Clear, Arto Haataja, Jeanine Meyer, Jarkko Suhonen, Stuart A. Varden
2001 Working group reports from ITiCSE on Innovation and technology in computer science education - ITiCSE-WGR '00  
In this paper, we explore what is variously termed distance learning (DL), asynchronous, online, Webbased, and Web-supported learning in terms of how it can support and perhaps even improve the fields  ...  We conclude with suggestions on the incorporation of distributed methods into computer education. Acknowledgements:  ...  Dimensions of Distance Learning The dimensions of distance learning we focus on refer to pedagogy, implementation and technology.  ... 
doi:10.1145/571969.571972 fatcat:cl5z57eqcvecpcj5khtvsk5l6i

Dimensions of distance learning for computer education

Tony Clear, Arto Haataja, Jeanine Meyer, Jarkko Suhonen, Stuart A. Varden
2001 Working group reports from ITiCSE on Innovation and technology in computer science education - ITiCSE-WGR '00  
In this paper, we explore what is variously termed distance learning (DL), asynchronous, online, Webbased, and Web-supported learning in terms of how it can support and perhaps even improve the fields  ...  We conclude with suggestions on the incorporation of distributed methods into computer education. Acknowledgements:  ...  Dimensions of Distance Learning The dimensions of distance learning we focus on refer to pedagogy, implementation and technology.  ... 
doi:10.1145/571968.571972 fatcat:5q5dig5pefexrdcs4bw5sw6hsm

The Web and distance learning

Pamela B. Lawhead, Elizabeth Alpert, Constance G. Bland, Linda Carswell, Dawn Cizmar, Jean DeWitt, Mihaela Dumitru, Eva R. Fahraeus, Kirk Scott
1997 The supplemental proceedings of the conference on Integrating technology into computer science education: working group reports and supplemental proceedings - ITiCSE-WGR '97  
This report explores the motivations for developing Web-based distance learning and examines a range of issues including ethics, pedagogy, planning, advantages, disadvantages, and appropriate and inappropriate  ...  Barry Diller underscores this perspective: The World Wide Web is increasingly being used to provide opportunities for distance learning.  ...  For an extensive treatment of evaluation, the reader is referred to the report of the ITiCSE'96 Working Group on Evaluation [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/266057.266067 dblp:conf/iticse/LawheadABCCDDFS97 fatcat:efza3lw56rgcvbuh2heuoxtz7m

Teamwork Orientation, Group Cohesiveness, and Student Learning: A Study of the Use of Teams in Online Distance Education

Ethlyn A. Williams, Rebecca Duray, Venkateshwar Reddy
2006 Journal of Management Education  
1990) reports that collaborative group work could increase motivation, satisfaction, and performance.  ...  Research on computer-mediated communications suggests that in Williams et al./ TEAMWORK AND STUDENT LEARNING 597 distance education, technology can allow for social interaction that facilitates group work  ... 
doi:10.1177/1052562905276740 fatcat:2jan3d4co5httacjdvqbcticwe

Page 289 of Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 5, Issue 4 [page]

1996 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
One Australian report argued that distance learning was “less suitable for the disadvantaged stu- dent, particularly when remedial work is necessary” (Campion, 1991).  ...  There has not been a focus on distance learning as interactive, small group oriented, although this should be considered.  ... 

Redesign Subject to Support Group Work in Distance Education

Lisa Soon
2015 Balkan Region Conference on Engineering and Business Education  
Group work tools in CSU Interact (a learning management system using Sakai) were able to create an appropriate learning environment for the successful running of the subject.  ...  This paper presents a theoretical framework supporting a constructive alignment in subject redesign grounded on some valuable learning theories, namely social constructivism, cooperative learning and collaborative  ...  This paper reports that educational technology clearly supports group work in distance education.  ... 
doi:10.1515/cplbu-2015-0028 fatcat:3kzm72mvpbgm3ntab5ritntjg4

Distance learning in academic health education

Nikos Mattheos, Martin Schittek, Rolf Attström, H. C. Lyon
2001 European journal of dental education  
Numerous assessment methods for distance learning courses have been proposed. However, few studies report adequate tests for the effectiveness of the distance-learning environment.  ...  Cases reported so far tend to present enthusiastic results, while more carefully-controlled studies suggest a cautious attitude towards distance learning.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by grants from the State Scholarship Foundation, SSF (IKY), Athens, Greece.  ... 
doi:10.1034/j.1600-0579.2001.005002067.x pmid:11683217 fatcat:cobno27offdnjebk5uqzmugdry

Insights from research on distance education learners, learning, and learner support?

Richard E. West
2009 Distances & Savoirs  
Group development in Online Distance Learning Groups Much discussion about distance learning revolves around online groups and computer-based collaboration.  ...  This can make finding a common time for online group work difficult.  ... 
doi:10.3166/ds.7.571-584 fatcat:22uhioocozgrxh2zhzvdtql23i

Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Exchange in Distance Education Online Group Work

Lisa Soon, Campbell Fraser
2011 International Journal of Information and Education Technology  
It explored a learning management system (LMS) on a Sakai platform called Interact.  ...  A literature review in e-learning technology, group work and activity theory revealed a knowledge gap as what knowledge activities happen or how collective knowledge works in the use of online group work  ...  CONCLUSION Although e-learning is prevalent, there is limited research on how knowledge activities happen in online group work, especially in distance education.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijiet.2011.v1.26 fatcat:brpcqtttprgfvojwdaehk4doa4

Using Web-Based, Group Communication Systems to Support Case Study Learning at a Distance

Terry Anderson, Liam Rourke
2002 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
Learning achievement was high across groups and students enjoyed collaborating with others on a concrete task.  ...  One interesting facet of this research suggests that group discussions are the active ingredient of case study learning.  ...  The literature on the case method of teaching and learning in distance education contexts is meager.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v3i2.107 fatcat:ptog5rdytnc33prhyqax2bydly

Insights From Research on Distance Education Learners, Learning, and Learner Support

Richard E. West
2011 American Journal of Distance Education  
These chapters described research findings related to the impact of distance education on learners in general (student autonomy, cognition, social learning, and satisfaction), as well as specific subgroups  ...  This article reviews the key ideas related to increasing student learning and support described in selected chapters from the second edition of the Handbook of Distance Education (Moore 2007).  ...  Group development in Online Distance Learning Groups Much discussion about distance learning revolves around online groups and computer-based collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08923647.2011.589775 fatcat:zc6qohm5zzf5zm5fclqnk64xs4

Study orchestrations in distance learning: Identifying dissonance and its implications for distance educators

Bill Anderson, Scott W F Lee, Mary G Simpson, Sarah J Stein
2011 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
achievement, in approximately one-fifth of the group.  ...  This study reports the identification of study orchestrations in a group of distance students and identifies the existence of dissonant study orchestrations, which previous research has linked with poor  ...  Entwistle and McCune (2004) have reported that recent work on approaches to studying has "emphasized self-conscious reflection on studying, drawing on the ideas of metacognition and self-regulation" (  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v12i5.977 fatcat:47gox6ibqzg27ahjwralsdiodm

Crossing complex boundaries: transnational online education in European trade unions

S. Walker, L. Creanor
2005 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning  
Collaboration across boundaries in work and learning is increasingly a feature of networked organisation.  ...  We present a framework for analysing learning events as encounters across multiple boundaries of differing types, significance, role and severity.  ...  One group (groupe Italie') was formed from Italian participants, working in Italian; one group ('groupe France') likewise was comprised of French participants working in French.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2005.00141.x fatcat:rvx672laqzfv5g5kezny5scqvy

Live Health Assessment in a Virtual Class: Eliminating Educational Burdens for Rural Distance Learners

JoAnn Klaassen, Carol Schmer, Anita Skarbek
2013 Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care  
off work expenses, and achievement of learning outcomes was equal to or greater than those in the traditional face to Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 13 (2) 7 face format.  ...  Both groups were completing the same Health Assessment course.  ...  Distance students reported that 5% (1) took time off work more than five times, 16% (3) took time off work two to three times, 26% (5) took time off work once, and 42% (8) never took time off work.  ... 
doi:10.14574/ojrnhc.v13i2.289 fatcat:fsswo3zhgraijd7vyzolq23oya

Planning and Record Keeping of Educational Work Done by Professional and Teaching Staff While Implementing Distance Learning Training Programs

O. V. Sviridenko, V. Y. Bauer, Y. A. Baluyeva, E. V. Komerzan
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
Organization of the educational process includes planning teachers' work carried out while implementing BPEP in distance learning form.  ...  ; certain types of teachers' work were found out and standard time to accomplish them was set.  ...  marking one report 6 Supervising training and field practice 2 hours for group counseling 0.3 hours for marking one report 7 Supervising pre-graduation practice 2 hours for group counseling 1  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i4.38.24619 fatcat:hdocz7gxdjhmph5t3rxmmexfam
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