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Garrett, Kristi N.; Benson, Angela D. – Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 2017
From a quantitative perspective, this study examined the instructional design knowledge of higher education instructors and others within the instructional design/technology arena who are members of a global educational based Internet forum. Results showed significant difference in opinions between genders, where males were more inclined to…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, College Faculty, Internet, Attitude Measures
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Tobin, Thomas J. – Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 2014
Administrators in higher-education institutions are faced with an often-conflicting landscape of laws, court cases, adopted practices, rules of thumb, and folk wisdom related to copyright concerns on their campuses. Ask any ten faculty member and receive ten different responses about what constitutes fair use, who owns content created for courses,…
Descriptors: College Administration, College Faculty, Copyrights, Legal Responsibility
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Eskey, Michael T.; Taylor, Cathy L.; Eskey, Michael T., Jr. – Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 2014
The advent of online learning has created the medium for cyber-bullying in the virtual classroom and also by e-mail. Bullying is usually expected in the workplace and between students in the classroom. Most recently, however, faculty members have become surprising targets of online bullying. For many, there are no established policies nor is…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Internet, Bullying, Electronic Mail
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Hopewell, Thomas M. – Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 2012
This article presents findings from a case study related to the risks associated with the choice of traditional, tenure track faculty to teach online. Education offered at a distance via the World Wide Web is on the rise; so too is the demand for university faculty members who will teach those courses. While traditional academic and professional…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Risk, Internet, Case Studies
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Ullmann, Jill – Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 2009
Universities are quickly moving from brick and mortar toward online classroom settings. The online setting provides students with increased accessibility and flexibility to attend classes they would normally be unable to attend. Unfortunately, for those students who never attend classes on campus, many campus resources are not accessible. Students…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Nursing Education, Adult Learning, Adult Students
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Puzziferro, Maria; Shelton, Kaye – Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 2009
Since 2005, the landscape of online teaching and learning has changed as well as the landscape of the academy, and continues to transform before our eyes. These changes are not only a product of technological innovation, but also a result of new and reconceptualized "values" of higher education, and so we must reexamine what changes to…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Values, Quality Control, Competition