Virtual School Meanderings

June 17, 2010

OJDLA Summer 2010 Edition Available Online

ojdlaIt must be the week that everyone releases their Spring or Summer editions.  I’d ask you to note the article entitled “Interaction in Online Courses: More is NOT Always Better”, which is focused on an online dual enrollment program for high schoolers.  Also, the article related to strategic planning may be of use to some virtual school administrators.

We are pleased to announce:

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

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

Titles include:

  • Assuring Quality in Large-Scale Online Course Development
  • How Strategic Planning Keeps You Sane When Delivering Distance Programs
  • Closing the Loop on a Continuous Program Improvement Process
  • Variables Related to Undergraduate Students Preference for Distance Education Classes
  • Considerations for Supporting Faculty in Transitioning a Course to Online Format
  • University Instructors’ Perceptions of Factors in Distance Education Transactions
  • Advanced Mathematics Online: Assessing Particularities in the Online Delivery of a Second Linear Algebra Course
  • Interaction in Online Courses: More is NOT Always Better
  • Perceptions of Students Towards Use of Distance Learning: The Case of an Executive Masters Business Program in Ghana

Best Regards,

Dawn R. Senfeld
OJDLA Managing Editor
University of West Georgia
dsenfeld-at-westga-dot-edu

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