Volume 5, Issue 4
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Tentative table of Contents (more coming...)
Online Instruction and Its Assessment: 207, 309, 880, 1021, 1044, 1080, 1098, 2016, 2020,
2025, 2029, 2066
Non-thematic submissions: All those not published in the Fall issue,
plus: 309, 330, 331, 861, 1071, 2005, 2013
Congratulations: submission number in bold indicates that
your text is scheduled
for Winter 2001 publication.
Others, please complete Submission Procedure ASAP.
Submissions not completed before December 5th will be re-scheduled for the Spring
completely removed from publication.
ONLINE-IN: Online Instruction and Its Assessment
Focus: The number of online courses is increasing, and there is a
growing need to assess their effectiveness. How should
such instruction be evaluated? This issue is devoted to
theoretical and practical methods of assessing online course
quality, student learning outcomes from online instruction,
student qualification criteria before enrolling in online
courses, faculty qualifications regarding online course
delivery, and comparisons of face-to-face classroom
instruction with online instruction.
Who Should Submit: Those who have taught online courses and have
developed theoretical and applied methods of assessing the
effectiveness of such instruction.
Subject Editor: Ben Varner, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO 80631
Submission deadline -
July 1st 2001
by popular demand, extended till July 27th December 1st
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Feb 2001: UNC
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