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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Welcome!!! New edition of the OJDLA Journal - Spring 2015 - Volume 18 Issue 1

Here is our new edition of the OJDLA Journal - Spring 2015 - Volume 18 Issue 1 (Double click on the article titles to see the entire article). Here is a letter from our editor: In this issue of...

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An Investigation of Personality Traits in Relation to Job Performance of Online Instructors

Spring 2015 - Volume 18 Issue 1 by Charles Holmes, Jeral R. Kirwan, Mark Bova, Trevor Belcher This quantitative study examined the relationship between the Big 5 personality traits and how they r...

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Work Ethic, Characteristics, Attributes, and Traits of Successful Online Faculty

Spring 2015 - Volume 18 Issue 1 by Lisa Marie Portugal This study was a phenomenological study examining the experiences of faculty in an online learning environment in order to identify the fact...

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Competency-Based Education: A Framework for Measuring Quality Courses

Spring 2015 - Volume 18 Issue 1 by Jackie Krause, Laura Portolese Dias, Chris Schedler The growth of competency-based education in an online environment requires the development and measurement o...

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Characteristics of Adjunct Faculty Teaching Online: Institutional Implications

Spring 2015 - Volume 18 Issue 1 by Jean Mandernach, Lexi Register, Carrie O'Donnell Over the last decade, there has been a steady increase in online learning enrollments. The proportion of colle...

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Balancing Online Teaching Activities: Strategies for Optimizing Efficiency and Effectiveness

Spring 2015 - Volume 18 Issue 1 by Deana M. Raffo, Thomas M. Brinthaupt, Justin G. Gardner, Lawanna S. Fisher Increased demands in professional expectations have required online faculty to learn ...

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Is a Quality Course a Worthy Course? Designing for Value and Worth in Online Courses

Spring 2015 - Volume 18 Issue 1 by Robin E. Youger, Terence C. Ahern There are many strategies for estimating the effectiveness of instruction. Typically, most methods are based on the student e...

y, 13 March

Balancing Online Teaching Activities: Strategies for Optimizing Efficiency and Effectiveness

Spring 2015 - Volume 18 Issue 1 by Deana M. Raffo, Thomas M. Brinthaupt, Justin G. Gardner, Lawanna S. Fisher Increased demands in professional expectations have required online faculty to learn ...

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Instructor Time Requirements to Develop and Teach Online Courses

Spring 2015 - Volume 18 Issue 1 by Lee A. Freeman How much time does it take to teach an online course? Does teaching online take more or less time than teaching face-to-face? Instructors, depar...

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