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International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 10, Number 2, April 2009 Regional Focus Issue: Learning Technologies in the Middle East Guest-edited by Yoram Eshet-Alkalai and Cengiz Hakan Aydin

Table of contents (12 articles)


Research Articles

  1. Looking under the Bonnet: Factors Affecting Student Adoption of E-Learning Systems in Jordan
  2. Exploring Open Distance Learning at a Jordanian University: A Case Study
  3. Quality of Distance Education in Turkey: Preschool Teacher Training Case
  4. Research Insights from a Decade of Campus-Wide Implementation of Web-Supported Academic Instruction at Tel Aviv University
  5. Gender Dependency and Cultural Independency of Science Interest in an Open and Distant Science Learning Environment
  6. Psychosocial Well-Being of Israeli Students and Attitudes toward Open and Distance Learning
  7. Turkish University Students’ Perceptions of the World Wide Web as a Learning Tool: An Investigation Based on Gender, Socio-Economic Background, and Web Experience
  8. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Service of Multiculturalism
  9. Pedagogical and Design Aspects of a Blended Learning Course
  10. Are We There Yet? A Progress Report from Three Turkish University Pioneers in Distance Education and E-Learning

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