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The Influence of Instructional Methods on the Quality of Online Discussion
October 28, 2005
Heather Kanuka, Athabasca University, Canada
Keywords: quality, instructional methods, online learning

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Understanding and Facilitating: Emotional Presence in an Online Community of Inquiry
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Breaking the Ice: Supporting Collaboration and the Development of Community Online
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Social Presence in a Web-Based Synchronous Secondary Classroom
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What Kinds of Learning Can We Scale with Online Resources and Activities (and What Can't We Scale)?
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Assessing the Quality of K-12 Online Content: A Sample Assessment Rubric
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What factors create an effective online course from a “content” point of view? This session will highlight the assessment criteria and the review process that was used to review the content of K-12 online learning ...
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