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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 3 - Jul 1, 2021
  1. FROM THE EDITOR
    Pages 0 - 0
    T. Volkan YUZER
  2. EFL TEACHER CANDIDATES’ ENGAGEMENT IN MOBILE-ASSISTED FLIPPED CLASSROOM
    Pages 1 - 18
    Truly Almendo PASARIBU, Mega WULANDARI
  3. DISTANCE EDUCATION EXPERIENCES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL MATH TEACHERS DURING THE PANDEMIC: A NARRATIVE STUDY
    Pages 19 - 39
    Seyma SENGIL AKAR, Meltem KURTOGLU ERDEN
  4. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE TENDENCIES IN THE USE OF LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
    Pages 40 - 54
    Hakan ALTINPULLUK, Mehmet KESIM
  5. ANALYSIS OF THE WEB APPLICATION ON BAYES’ THEOREM CONSIDERING DATA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGICAL ACCEPTANCE MODEL
    Pages 55 - 78
    Ricardo-adan SALAS-RUEDA, Erika-patricia SALAS-RUEDA, Erika-patricia SALAS-RUEDA
  6. SELF EFFICACY BELIEFS OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS ON TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION
    Pages 79 - 94
    Mustafa CANER, Sinan AYDIN
  7. ONLINE DISTANCE LEARNING FOR TRANSLATION SUBJECTS: TERTIARY LEVEL INSTRUCTORS’ AND STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS IN SAUDI ARABIA
    Pages 95 - 109
    Khaled ALDOSSARY
  8. STUDENT BARRIERS TO PROSPECTS OF ONLINE LEARNING IN VIETNAM IN THE CONTEXT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC
    Pages 110 - 123
    Dao Thi Hong VAN, Ha Hoang Quoc THI
  9. TURKISH SENTIMENT ANALYSIS FOR OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION SYSTEMS
    Pages 124 - 138
    Zeliha ERGUL AYDIN, Zehra KAMISLI OZTURK, Zeynep Idil ERZURUM CICEK
  10. VIETNAMESE STUDENTS’ ACCEPTANCE OF USING VIDEO CONFERENCING TOOLS IN DISTANCE LEARNING IN COVID-19 PANDEMIC
    Pages 139 - 162
    Xuan-an NGUYEN, Duc-hoa PHO, Dinh-hai LUONG, Xuan-thuc-anh CAO
  11. ONLINE INFORMATION SEARCHING STRATEGIES OF OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNERS: ANADOLU UNIVERSITY SAMPLE
    Pages 163 - 176
    Berrin OZKANAL, Secil KAYA GULEN, E. Pinar UCA GUNES
  12. DEVELOPING MEASURES FOR THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DISTANCE EDUCATION AS REGARDS SUSTAINABILITY: THE MIXED METHOD APPROACH
    Pages 177 - 195
    Siti Haslina Md HARIZAN, Mohd Faiz HILMI
  13. EDUCATIONAL CRISIS MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS AND ITS RELATION TO USING DISTANCE LEARNING APPROACH: A CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY SECONDARY STAGE SCHOOLS IN AL-BALQA’A GOVERNORATE DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK FROM THE PERSPECTIVES OF TEACHERS
    Pages 196 - 212
    Fadi SAMAWI
  14. IMPACTS OF BLENDED LEARNING SYSTEMS ON AOU STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION: AN INVESTIGATIONAL ANALYSIS OF KSA’S BRANCH
    Pages 213 - 235
    Hussein AL-BAZAR, Hussein ABDEL-JABER, Ebtisam LABIB, Mohammad AL-MADI
  15. FACTORS INFLUENCING GRADUATE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF ONLINE AND DISTANCE LEARNING IN NEPAL
    Pages 236 - 269
    Parshu Ram UPADHAYAYA, Bishnu SHARMA, Yagya Prasad GNAWALI, Shashidhar BELBASE
  16. DO TURKISH STUDENT TEACHERS FEEL READY FOR ONLINE LEARNING IN POST-COVID TIMES? A STUDY OF ONLINE LEARNING READINESS
    Pages 270 - 280
    Alev ATES COBANOGLU, Ilker COBANOGLU
  17. AN INVESTIGATION INTO BARRIERS IMPACTING AGAINST FACULTY BLENDED LEARNING ADOPTION
    Pages 281 - 292
    Ahmed ANTWI-BOAMPONG
  18. ENHANCING VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL EFL STUDENTS BY USING FACEBOOK
    Pages 293 - 309
    Majida Ibrahim MUKHLIF, Ala’a Ismael CHALLOB
  19. DEVELOPMENT OF MEDICAL SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS ONLINE LEARNING SCALE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH E-LEARNING STYLES
    Pages 310 - 325
    Mustafa Onur YURDAL, Erkan Melih SAHIN, Aysen Melek AYTUG KOSAN, Cetin TORAMAN