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Asian Journal of Distance Education

Volume 4, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Feedback on E-learning at a Telecommunications Company in Malaysia

    Chui Kit Jen & Manjit Singh Sandhu, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, Malaysia

    The prospects for e-learning have grown at a tremendous rate, both in the educational area and in the training area. According to the research firm IDC (International Data Corporation), in the year... More

    pp. 4-19

  2. The Decision-Making Process of Distance Education Students at Universitas Terbuka in Indonesia

    Kurnia E. Riana, Aminudin ZUHAIRI & Maya Maria, Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia

    Increasing competition among higher education providers is now driving the need for an improved more-thorough understanding of the students’ decision-making behaviours. Studies on student decision-... More

    pp. 20-33

  3. Mapping the Distribution of Distance Education Provision for promoting National Development in India

    Siran Mukerji & Purnendu Tripathi, Indira Gandhi National Open University, India

    One of the developmental goals of countries like India is not only ensuring literacy for all but also access to education irrespective of geographical disparities. Although India has a literacy... More

    pp. 34-42

  4. The Instructional Patterns of Chinese Online Educators in China

    Victor Wang, California State University Long Beach, United States

    This article reports the results of a study designed to investigate the instructional patterns of Chinese online instructors in terms of Western (i.e., United States) constructivist approaches and ... More

    pp. 43-55

  5. Eliciting Specification for a Web-Based Distance-Learning System from Lecturers and Students in Malaysia

    Siti Salwah Salim & Raja Noor Ainon Zabariah RAJA ZAINAL Abidin, University of Malaya, Malaysia

    We have reviewed the existing web-based distance-learning systems and have performed a research survey among the undergraduate distance-learning students and lecturers of the Open Un ivers i ty Ma ... More

    pp. 56-66

  6. Fulltime Students’ and Working Adults’ Perceptions of E-learning in Malaysia

    Dominic Wong, University College Sedaya International, Malaysia

    E-learning is becoming very popular nowadays : it attracts different learners - particularly working adults and fulltime students. This study reports the benefits of e-learning from the viewpoint... More

    pp. 67-84

  7. No Age Correlation in the Effectiveness of Corporate E-learning in India

    Monika Mital & Renu Luthra, Jaipuria Institute of Management, India

    Technological advances are dramatically altering company in-service training and development in India . Although the adoption of online learning programs by Indian organizations has been... More

    pp. 85-89