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ISSN 1302-6488 | Period Quarterly | Founded: 2000 | Publisher Anadolu University |


Dear Readers,
TOJDE is an open-access, peer-reviewed academic distance education journal. Although distance education has now a history of over 150 years, with the unprecedented developments in digital technologies and new paradigms, there has been an ever-increasing demand for experts and expertise in distance education. 
An understanding of the complex world of distance education today clearly requires a reliable knowledge of the current state of art and data-driven projections of future. As such, it requires an ability to identify trends and persistent problems as well as establishing a relationship between particular needs, solutions to problems, and goals to be achieved. Aligned with these, TOJDE is intended to provide readers with scholarly and academic perspectives and research in the field of distance education.
Dr. T. Volkan YUZER, Editor in Chief
18571

Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education

ISSN 1302-6488 | Period Quarterly | Founded: 2000 | Publisher Anadolu University |
Cover Image


Dear Readers,
TOJDE is an open-access, peer-reviewed academic distance education journal. Although distance education has now a history of over 150 years, with the unprecedented developments in digital technologies and new paradigms, there has been an ever-increasing demand for experts and expertise in distance education. 
An understanding of the complex world of distance education today clearly requires a reliable knowledge of the current state of art and data-driven projections of future. As such, it requires an ability to identify trends and persistent problems as well as establishing a relationship between particular needs, solutions to problems, and goals to be achieved. Aligned with these, TOJDE is intended to provide readers with scholarly and academic perspectives and research in the field of distance education.
Dr. T. Volkan YUZER, Editor in Chief
18571
Volume 22 - Issue 2 - Apr 1, 2021
  1. FROM THE EDITOR
    Pages 0 - 0
    T. Volkan YUZER
  2. ADDRESSING LEARNER CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN MOOC DESIGN AND DELIVERY: STRATEGIES AND PRACTICES OF EXPERTS
    Pages 1 - 25
    Meina ZHU, Najia SABIR, Curtis J. BONK, Annisa SARI, Shuya XU, Minkyoung KIM
  3. TEACHERS’ TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION AND DISTANCE LEARNING ADOPTION AMIDST THE COVID-19 CRISIS: A REFLECTION FOR THE OPTIMISTIC FUTURE
    Pages 26 - 41
    Imam Fitri RAHMADI
  4. INVESTIGATION OF PARENTS’ OPINIONS ABOUT DISTANCE EDUCATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
    Pages 42 - 57
    Engin DEMIR, Cennet GOLOGLU DEMIR
  5. IDENTIFYING FACTORS AFFECTING INTENTION TO USE IN DISTANCE LEARNING SYSTEMS
    Pages 58 - 80
    Rahmi BAKI, Burak BIRGOREN, Adnan AKTEPE
  6. ADAPTATION TO EMERGENCY REMOTE TEACHING: PEDAGOGICAL STRATEGY FOR PRE-SERVICE LANGUAGE TEACHERS AMID COVID-19 PANDEMIC
    Pages 81 - 93
    Sumardi SUMARDI, Dyah NUGRAHANI
  7. SATISFACTION OF OPEN EDUCATION STUDENTS ABOUT THE LEARNING MATERIALS OF MATHEMATICS
    Pages 94 - 111
    Nevin MAHIR, Fikret ER, Bunyamin DEMIR, Namik Kemal ERDOGAN, Harun SONMEZ, Rusen YILMAZ
  8. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND SENSE OF CLASSROOM COMMUNITY IN GRADUATE VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS
    Pages 112 - 125
    Ceyhun KAVRAYICI
  9. AN INNOVATIVE WAY OF DESIGNING BLENDED LEARNING THROUGH DESIGN-BASED RESEARCH IN HIGHER EDUCATION
    Pages 126 - 146
    Ahmet Berk USTUN, Monica Walsh TRACEY
  10. EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ONLINE COURSES BASED ON THE COMMUNITY OF INQUIRY MODEL
    Pages 147 - 163
    Denizer YILDIRIM, Suleyman Sadi SEFEROGLU
  11. IMPACT OF QUALITY ANTECEDENTS ON SATISFACTION TOWARD MOOC
    Pages 164 - 175
    Nour Awni ALBELBISI, Ahmad Samed AL-ADWAN, Akhmad HABIBI
  12. MEDICATION OR BAND-AID? REVISITING UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ READINESS FOR ONLINE EDUCATION
    Pages 176 - 191
    Murat CINAR, Murat EKICI, Omer DEMIR
  13. USING REFLECTIVE PRACTICES TO EXPLORE POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING READINESS IN MOBILE LEARNING PLATFORM AND TASK-CENTERED ACTIVITY
    Pages 192 - 205
    Malini THIAGRAJ, Abdul Malek ABDUL KARIM, Arsaythamby VELOO
  14. CONTENT ANALYSIS ON THE GRADUATE THESES DONE ABOUT FLIPPED CLASSROOM MODEL IN TURKEY
    Pages 206 - 222
    Omer NAYCI
  15. TURKISH ADAPTATION OF THE TRANSACTIONAL PRESENCE SCALE AND AN EXAMINATION OF ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH PERCEIVED LEARNING
    Pages 223 - 253
    Gulten KARTAL
  16. DESIGNING E-LEARNING IN MEDICAL EDUCATION: TOWARD A COMPREHENSIVE MODEL
    Pages 254 - 271
    Soleiman AHMADY, Zohrehsadat MIRMOGHTADAIE, Nahid ZARIFSANAIEY, Johan THOR
  17. EFFECTIVENESS OF VIRTUAL VS. NON-VIRTUAL TEACHING IN IMPROVING READING COMPREHENSION OF IRANIAN UNDERGRADUATE EFL STUDENTS
    Pages 272 - 283
    Javad AKBARI, Hossein HEIDARI TABRIZI, Azizeh CHALAK