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Lexicon of Online and Distance Learning - PEEF's Digital Library

Lexicon of Online and Distance Learning - PEEF's Digital Library

Lexicon of Online and Distance Learning - PEEF's Digital

Lexicon of online and Distance Learning LAWRENCE A. TOMEI

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  • Page 4: Contents Introduction v The Lexicon
  • Page 7 and 8: vi INTRODUCTION who benefit from on
  • Page 9 and 10: viii INTRODUCTION REFERENCES Carr,
  • Page 11 and 12: 2 ABILITY GROUPING the instructor a
  • Page 13 and 14: 4 ACCOMMODATION OF STANDARDIZED TES
  • Page 15 and 16: 6 ACCREDITATION AGENCY Western Asso
  • Page 17 and 18: 8 ACTIVE LEARNING PROCESS ERIC Clea
  • Page 19 and 20: 10 ADVANCED STANDING more complete
  • Page 21 and 22: 12 AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
  • Page 23 and 24: 14 ANIMATION References: Smith, M.
  • Page 25 and 26: 16 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE a result
  • Page 27 and 28: 18 ASSESSMENT RUBRICS Taxonomy: Edu
  • Page 29 and 30: 20 • ASYNCHRONOUS JAVASCRIPT AND
  • Page 31 and 32: 22 AUDIOCONFERENCING On the other h
  • Page 33 and 34: 24 AUTHENTICATION 4. Focus on the a
  • Page 35 and 36: 26 BANDURA, ALBERT points are known
  • Page 37 and 38: 28 BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION behavioris
  • Page 39 and 40: 30 BITS PER SECOND Related Terms: G
  • Page 41 and 42: 32 BLOG ETIQUETTE weekly or monthly
  • Page 43 and 44: 34 BLUETOOTH References: Bloom, B.
  • Page 45 and 46: 36 BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS PDA. Exampl
  • Page 47 and 48: 38 CASE STUDY 25, 2008, from http:/
  • Page 49 and 50: 40 CLASS OF SERVICE switching: circ
  • Page 51 and 52: 42 CLOUD TAG amounts of information
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    44 COHORT created from three areas:

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    46 COLLABORATIVE LEARNING Reference

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    48 COLLECTIVE TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNI

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    50 COMPRESSION Compression Taxonomy

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    52 COMPUTER CRIME are many differen

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    54 COMPUTER HARDWARE and the value

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    56 COMPUTER-SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE W

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    58 CONFERENCING References: Schunk,

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    60 CONSTRUCTIVIST LEARNING THEORY m

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    62 COOPERATIVE LEARNING be violated

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    64 COURSEWARE Courseware Taxonomy:

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    66 CRITICAL THINKING King & V. C. X

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    68 CYBER ACADEMY of students, teach

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    70 CYBERLAW nation’s critical inf

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    72 DATABASE use of multiple inlets

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    74 DIALOGUE and little ongoing main

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    76 • DIFFERENTIATED QUALITIES Wik

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    78 DIGITAL DASHBOARD be influenced.

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    80 DIGITAL VIDEO TRANSPORT SYSTEM r

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    82 DISCUSSION GROUP posts are uploa

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    84 DYNAMIC HOST CONFIGURATION PROTO

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    86 ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIO Electronic

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    88 ELECTIVE COURSES Elective course

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    90 EMOTIONAL LITERACY Each stage is

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    92 EQUITY Equity Taxonomy: General

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    94 ETWINNING Trentin, G. (2004). Il

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    96 EXTENSIBLE MARKUP LANGUAGE Bucha

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    98 FIBER OPTICS explosion. Assistin

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    100 FLEXIBLE LEARNING AND TEACHING

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    102 FRAME of using technology to te

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    104 GAGNÉ, ROBERT Related Terms: O

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    106 GENDER DIFFERENCES References:

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    108 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM trans

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    110 HANDHELD References: Hafner, K.

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    112 HIGHER-ORDER THINKING SKILLS ed

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    114 HOLISTIC LEARNING as the No Chi

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    116 HOST Taxonomy: Education Citati

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    118 HYPERTEXT References: Tomei, L.

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    120 INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PLAN d

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    122 INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY is the

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    124 IN-SERVICE TRAINING 4. Synthesi

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    126 INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEMS DESIGN wi

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    128 INTELLIGENT COMPUTER-BASED TRAI

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    130 INTERNET FIELD TRIP distributin

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    132 IP VIDEO when making a phone ca

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    134 KEYPAD must keep an ever-watchf

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    136 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT structures

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    138 LAPTOP 3. Friend: loving, empat

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    140 LEARNING DISORDER above average

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    142 LEARNING OBJECT Learning object

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    144 LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES or diagra

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    146 LIFELONG LEARNING have also con

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    148 MASLOW, ABRAHAM even be used to

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    150 METACOGNITION usually used to d

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    152 MOBILE PHONE mobile learning wa

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    154 MOVING PICTURE EXPERTS GROUP Re

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    156 MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION central

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    158 MULTIPOINT VIDEOCONFERENCE Hora

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    160 NETS FOR ADMINISTRATORS competi

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    162 NEURAL NETWORKS nient to talk o

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    164 ON-GROUND ENVIRONMENT the devel

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    166 ONLINE COURSE to the interests

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    168 ONLINE JOURNALING of interactio

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    170 OPPORTUNITY-TO-LEARN STANDARDS

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    172 PEER TEACHING dent learning. Le

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    174 PERSONALIZED SYSTEM OF INSTRUCT

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    176 PLAGIARISM DETECTION SOFTWARE R

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    178 POINT-TO-POINT VIDEOCONFERENCE

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    180 PRIMARY DOMAIN NAME SERVICE whe

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    182 PROBLEM SOLVING instructional s

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    184 PROJECT MANAGEMENT Project mana

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    186 RAPID PROTOTYPING Rapid prototy

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    188 RELATONICS Relatonics Taxonomy:

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    190 ROOM-BASED VIDEOCONFERENCING th

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    192 SCHEMA been used to instruct ge

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    194 SEARCH ENGINE References: Griff

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    196 SEMINARS RDFS is used for the c

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    198 SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE around ed

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    200 SMALL GROUP LEARNING References

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    202 SOCIAL NETWORKING theory is tha

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    204 SPREADSHEET affect their abilit

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    206 STEREOTYPING 24, 2007, from www

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    208 SURFING Employing summative ass

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    210 SYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATION asses

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    212 TEACHER-AS-LEARNER for improvis

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    214 TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY educatio

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    216 TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION evaluati

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    218 TELEPHONY their knowledge and g

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    220 THUMBNAIL Discussions can be mo

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    222 TUTOR many technology tools hav

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    224 UNIVERSAL RESOURCE LOCATOR Hans

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    226 VALIDITY user has regarding his

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    228 VIGNETTES Taxonomy: Distance Ed

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    230 VIRTUAL LOCAL AREA NETWORK limi

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    232 VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY References:

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    234 VOICE ACTIVATED SWITCHING Relat

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    236 WEB APPS has a comprehensive ar

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    238 WEB DIALOGUE Related Terms: eLe

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    240 WEBZINE site created, who uploa

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    242 WIRELESS Yang, J. (2008). Bring

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    244 ZERO TOLERANCE Zero tolerance T

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    246 DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTING AUTH

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    248 DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTING AUTH

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    254 A-Z INDEX Multiple Distance Ins

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