Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration

The Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration is a peer-reviewed electronic journal offered free each quarter via the Internet. 

Published by: UWG Distance & Distributed Education Center

Access: Open access, full text available

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y, 15 Septe

Welcome!!! New edition of the OJDLA Journal - Fall 2014 - Volume 17 Issue 3

Here is our new edition of the OJDLA Journal - Fall 2014 - Volume 17 Issue 3 (Double click on the article titles to see the entire article). Here is a letter from our editor: This issue has a w...

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Evaluating the Impact of the Administrator and Administrative Structure of Online Programs at Nonprofit Private Colleges

Fall 2014 - Volume 17 Issue 3 by Rebecca Hoey, Fawn McCracken, Matt Gehrett, Rick Snoeyink Nonprofit private colleges lag behind their public and for-profit counterparts in offering online progr...

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Distance Education Policy Standards: A Review of Current Regional and National Accrediting Organizations in the United States

Fall 2014 - Volume 17 Issue 3 by Suzanne Keil and Abbie Brown A review of distance education accreditation policies and standards written by the six United States regional accrediting commissions...

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Distance Learning and Jihad: The Dark Side of the Force

Fall 2014 - Volume 17 Issue 3 by Colleen McDonough, Ramona Palmerio Roberts, and Jessamy Hummel Online learning is on the rise, but research on outcomes and student satisfaction has produced con...

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What Online Students Want Compared to What Institutions Expect

Fall 2014 - Volume 17 Issue 3 by Jeffrey L. Bailie The purpose of this study was to examine whether a set of instructional practices commonly prescribed to online faculty in the higher educat...

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Increasing Accessibility: Using Universal Design Principles to Address Disability Impairments in the Online Learning Environment

Fall 2014 - Volume 17 Issue 3 by Candice N. Pittman and April K. Heiselt With the increasing number of students enrolling in distance education, there is a need to consider the accessibility of ...

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Co-Curricular Engagement for Non-Traditional Online Learners

Fall 2014 - Volume 17 Issue 3 by Sherry J. Fontaine and Shawn M. Cook Engagement in co-curricular activities is a means of educating the whole student, providing an opportunity for the integrati...

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