American Journal of Distance Education
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American Journal of Distance Education (AJDE) is an academic journal focusing on the uses of Internet in distance education (e-learning, distributed learning, asynchronous learning and blended learning) in Americas.
According to the journal website, it contents include:
- "building and sustaining effective delivery systems;
- course design and application of instructional design theories
- facilitating interaction between students and with instructors;
- factors influencing student achievement and satisfaction;
- the changing roles of faculty and changes in institutional culture;
- administrative and policy issues including cost-effectiveness and copyright."
The audience of AJDE includes: "teachers in primary education, secondary education and higher education, trainers in corporate, military, and professional fields; adult educators; researchers; and other specialists in education, training, and communications."
- 3 issues per year
- First published in 1987
- ISSN 0892-3647
- From 1987 until 2001 AJDE was published at the Pennsylvania State University and is now published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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