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    • The Founding and Managing of IPCT-L: A Listowners' Perspective 

      Berge, Zane L.; Collins, Mauri (Center for Teaching and Technology, Academic Computer Center, Georgetown University, 1993-04)
    • Computer Conferencing and online education 

      Berge, Zane L.; Collins, Mauri (1993-05-20)
      This article proposes a model for viewing computer conferencing within a communications framework. It supplies an overview of how CC is similar to, and yet different from other channels of communication. The capabilities ...
    • Publishing and Editing an Electronic Journal on the Internet 

      Berge, Zane L.; Collins, Mauri (Institute of Education Sciences, 1994)
      Publication is at the heart of scholarship. Traditionally, print media has been perhaps the most important vehicle for communicating research results and scholarly thought. Experimentation in publishing electronic journals ...
    • Professional and Technical Moonlighters 

      Collins, Mauri; Berge, Zane (1994)
      This paper reviews some of the literature on multiple job holders to set the stage for reporting the results of an exploratory study conducted on the Internet involving "moonlighters." The foci of this research were to ...
    • Audiographics used in distance learning 

      Collins, Mauri P.; Berge, Zane L. (Australian Council for Computers in Education, 1994-09)
      This paper presents an introduction to audiographics technology, its advantages and disadvantages and a short summary of responses to an ongoing, informal inquiry into the present uses of audiographics.
    • Facilitating Interaction in Computer Mediated Online Courses 

      Collins, Mauri; Berge, Zane (Association for Educational Communications and Technology, 1996)
      This paper contains background material for the discussions. First we will give a brief introduction to computer conferencing (CC), somewhat generically and look at both the advantages and the disadvantages of the various ...
    • Where Interaction Intersects Time 

      Berge, Zane L. (The University at Buffalo Institutional Repository, 1996-06)
      Educators normally do not have the opportunity or time to analyze individual students and tailor instructional materials or activities specifically to them. Students are usually grouped together into classes for economic ...
    • Student Attitudes About Computer Conferencing Used as a Supplemental Delivery System 

      Collins, Mauri; Berge, Zane (Institute of Education Sciences, 1997-08-08)
    • Linking Strategic Planning with Program Implementation for Distance Education 

      Berge, Zane L.; Schrum, Lynne (EDUCAUSE, 1998)
      This article outlines some of the major factors and issues a college or university needs to address in planning for and implementing distance education. The authors propose that there is a need to conduct such planning and ...
    • Barriers To Online Teaching In Post-Secondary Institutions: Can Policy Changes Fix It? 

      Berge, Zane L. (University of West Georgia, 1998-06)
      Recent technological advances have increased the overall amount of information available and improved accessibility to that information, while at the same time the costs of publishing information have decreased. These ...
    • Barriers to Online Teaching in Elementary, Secondary, and Teacher Education 

      Berge, Zane L.; Mrozowski, Susan E. (1999)
      A review of the literature regarding the barriers to the use of educational technology in primary and secondary education was done. An emphasis was placed on the diffusion of computers in the schools, since the focus of ...
    • Online Teaching : Purpose and Methods 

      Berge, Zane (Communication Institute for Online Scholarship, 1999)
      Education is changing. In a time when demographic, economic, political, and pedagogical reasons are causing a greater number of adults to seek access to larger amounts of quality education in post-secondary settings, ...
    • Interaction in Post-Secondary Web-Based Learning 

      Berge, Zane L. (Educational Technology Publications Inc., 1999-01)
      Distance education in the industrialized nations has seen dramatic changes in delivery technologies over the past few decades. Computer-mediated communication and the World Wide Web allow significantly faster interaction ...
    • Hunting and Fishing Are Different 

      Berge, Zane L. (Educational Technology Publications Inc., 1999-03)
    • Bilingual language acquisition by Korean schoolchildren in New York City 

      Shin, Sarah J.; Milroy, Lesley (Cambridge University Press, 1999-08-01)
      This paper examines the bilingual language development of young Korean–American children with respect to their acquisition of English grammatical morphemes and the different plural marking systems of Korean and English. ...
    • Barriers to distance education as perceived by managers and administrators: Results of a survey 

      Berge, Zane L.; Muilenburg, Lin Y. (2000-01)
      It is becoming increasingly unusual to pick up a professional training or education journal without seeing articles concerning alternatives to in-person teaching and learning. Distance education is not new, but the new ...

      Shin, Sarah J. (2000-04)
      This paper reports findings from a study of bilingual language alternation by first grade Korean-American schoolchildren. Growing up as members of the Korean immigrant community in New York City, the children in this study ...
    • Electronic Discussion Group Lists In Adult Learning 

      Collins, Mauri P.; Berge, Zane L. (2000-07)
      Online electronic discussion groups (EDGs) are formed as a result of voluntary association (Harnack & Fest, 1964). Some persons use EDGs to gather information, to explore different perspectives on the same issues, much as ...
    • Designing Discussion Questions for Online, Adult Learning 

      Berge, Zane L.; Muilenburg, Lin (Educational Technology Publications Inc., 2000-09)
    • Conversational code-switching among Korean-English bilingual children 

      Shin, Sarah J.; Milroy, Lesley (SAGE Journals, 2000-09-01)
      Using the sequential analysis developed by Auer(1984,1995), this paper attempts to show how young Korean-English bilingual schoolchildren employ code-switching to organize their conversation. Auer's distinction between ...