Virtual School Meanderings

March 13, 2010

OJDLA Spring 2010 Edition Available Online

ojdlaOnce again no K-12 online learning articles in this issue, but some general issues that may be of interest to my readers (I’m thinking in particular the article on online cheating for example)…

We are pleased to announce:

The Spring 2010 edition of the Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration is available at:

http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla

Titles include:

  • Effective Leadership of Online Adjunct Faculty
  • Examining the Relationship Between Institutional Mission and Faculty Reward for Teaching Via Distance
  • Cheating in the Digital Age: Do Students Cheat More in Online Courses?
  • Quality and Growth Implications of Incremental Costing Models for Distance Education Units
  • Perpetual Enrollment Online Courses: Advantages, Administration, and Caveats
  • Distance Education and the Digital Divide: An Academic Perspective

Best Regards,

Dawn R. Senfeld
OJDLA Managing Editor
DLA Conference Manager
UWG eCore Advisor
University of West Georgia
Phone: 678-839-5489
dsenfeld-at-westga-dot-edu

1 Comment »

  1. […] open access, publication, virtual school Another notice of a new journal issue (similar to OJDLA Spring 2010 Edition Available Online from a couple of days ago), and another attempt to clear e-mail from yesterday out of my inbox. I […]

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