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Wong, Zeng, and Ho (2016) analyzed the research trends in the field of open and distance learning in 288 research articles published in 2005 (n = 106) and in 2015 (n = 182) in seven peer-reviewed journals (American Journal of Distance Education, Distance Education, the European Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, Open Learning, and the Asian Association of Open Universities Journal).
"Social Presence as a Predictor of Satisfaction Within a Computer-Mediated Conferencing Environment." The American Journal of Distance Education II (3).
* Searching for related literature on the ERIC online database (http://ericir.syr.edu) and in several distance education journals, including The American Journal of Distance Education (www.cde.psu.edu/acsde/jour.html), Distance Education: An International Journal (www.usq.edu.au/dec/decjournal/demain.html), From Now On: The Educational Technology Journal (www.fno.org), Syllabus: New Directions in Educational Technology (www.syllabus.com), and T.H.E.
First, as the editor of The American Journal of Distance Education for more than a quarter century and as adviser of doctoral students during that same period, I have noted that one of the most common causes of difficulty and failure for researchers as well as students is a too-common view that research is nothing more than mere empiricism.
The American Journal of Distance Education, retreived March 28, 2006 from http://www.ajde.com/Contents/vol15_2.htm#editorial
L., (1989), "The Comparative Effectiveness of Videotape, Audiotape, and Telelecture in Delivering Continuing Teacher Education," American Journal of Distance Education, 3(2), pp.
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