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Factors Influencing Faculty Adoption of Web-based Courses in Teacher Education Programs Within the State University of New York
(Virginia Tech, 2003-03-24)
This study sought to identify factors that influence the adoption of Web-based courses by State University of New York faculty members engaged in professional development and preparation of teachers. The central question ...
The Inclusion of an Online Wellness Resource Center Within an Instructional Design Model for Distance Education
(Virginia Tech, 2001-11-29)
The purpose of this study was (a) to determine which student support service resources should be included in an Online Wellness Resource Center (OWRC) available within an online course and (b) to create a paper-based ...
The relationship between self-regulated learning behaviors and academic performance in web-based courses
(Virginia Tech, 2003-03-19)
This study investigated self-regulated learning behaviors and their relationships with academic performance in web-based courses. The participants (n = 106) were distance learners taking humanities and technical coursed ...
The Preparation of Faculty to Teach Online: A Qualitative Approach
(Virginia Tech, 2007-04-02)
This study used a qualitative approach to explore how faculty were prepared to teach online at institutions of higher education. Six participants, including experienced (with three or more years of experience teaching ...