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


Dear TOJDE contributors, article submissions to TOJDE are suspended until June 2021 due to escalating number of submissions. When the submissions are opened, it will be announced here and the submission button will be activated. Thank you for your sympathy and interest in TOJDE. 

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 |
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Dear TOJDE contributors, article submissions to TOJDE are suspended until June 2021 due to escalating number of submissions. When the submissions are opened, it will be announced here and the submission button will be activated. Thank you for your sympathy and interest in TOJDE. 

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 1 - Dec 31, 2020
  1. STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES AND PERCEPTIONS OF ONLINE COLLABORATIVE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION OF KOREA AND THE UAE
    Pages 1 - 18
    Jieun LEE, Gihan OSMAN
  2. MODEL PROPOSAL ON THE DETERMINATION OF STUDENT ATTENDANCE IN DISTANCE EDUCATION WITH FACE RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY
    Pages 19 - 32
    Durmus OZDEMIR, Mehmet Emin UGUR
  3. THE META-ANALYSIS OF THE STUDIES ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF FLIPPED LEARNING ON STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT
    Pages 33 - 51
    Mustafa AYDIN, Burcu OKMEN, Seyma SAHIN, Abdurrahman KILIC
  4. THE SATISFACTION LEVEL OF UNDERGRADUATE SCIENCE STUDENTS TOWARDS USING E-LEARNING AND VIRTUAL CLASSES IN EXCEPTIONAL CONDITION COVID-19 CRISIS
    Pages 52 - 65
    Ali Khaled BAWANEH
  5. THE IMPACT OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM APPROACH ON THE WRITING ACHIEVEMENT AND SELF-REGULATED LEARNING OF PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS
    Pages 66 - 88
    Ezgi Aydemir ALTAS, Enisa MEDE
  6. MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS UNDERLYING THE USE OF ONLINE LEARNING SYSTEM IN HIGHER EDUCATION: AN ANALYSIS OF MEASUREMENT MODEL
    Pages 89 - 105
    Ridwan Daud MAHANDE, Akram AKRAM
  7. MODELING THE CONTRIBUTION OF DISTANCE EDUCATION TO STUDENTS’ PREPARATION FOR THE PROFESSIONS
    Pages 106 - 119
    Mustafa CAVUS, Betul KAN KILINC, Berna YAZICI, Seda TEKELI, Guler GUNSOY, Bulent GUNSOY, Caglar KARADUMAN
  8. ONLINE COURSE DESIGN: TAKING A RIGHT TURN!
    Pages 120 - 132
    Ishaq AL-NAABI, Thuwayba AL BARWANI, Salma AL-HUMAIDI, Otherine NEISLER
  9. CAN SOCIAL MEDIA PROMOTE SOCIAL PRESENCE AND ATTITUDE IN EFL CLASSES?
    Pages 133 - 147
    Sibel Ergun ELVERICI
  10. WEB 3.0 IN LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
    Pages 148 - 169
    Esra ACIKGUL FIRAT, Selcuk FIRAT
  11. STUDENTS’ BARRIERS TO ONLINE TUTORIAL
    Pages 170 - 178
    Sugılar SUGILAR
  12. ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION IN OPEN EDUCATION SYSTEM: STUDENTS’ OPINIONS ABOUT OPEN-ENDED QUESTION (OEQ) PRACTICE
    Pages 179 - 193
    Nejdet KARADAG, Belgin BOZ YUKSEKDAG, Murat AKYILDIZ, Ali Ihsan IBILEME
  13. FOSTERING LANGUAGE LEARNER AUTONOMY THROUGH INTERDEPENDENCE: THE POWER OF WIKIS
    Pages 194 - 208
    Shirin SADAGHIAN, Susan MARANDI
  14. EXAMINATION OF SAMPLE COURSE DESIGN STUDIES PERFORMED BY PRE-SERVICE SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS BY USING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES
    Pages 209 - 228
    Turkan CELIK
  15. CORRELATION BETWEEN FACEBOOK USE, MENTAL HEALTH AND LEARNING ENGAGEMENT: A CASE OF UNIVERSITIES IN SURABAYA CITY, INDONESIA
    Pages 229 - 245
    Baraka Manjale NGUSSA, Fifi Khoirul FITRIYAH, Syaiputra Wahyuda Meisa DININGRAT
  16. THE FLIPPED LEARNING SERIES: FLIPPED LEARNING FOR MATH INSTRUCTION
    Pages 246 - 249
    Monalisa DASH
  17. TECHNOLOGY-ENABLED LEARNING: POLICY, PEDAGOGY AND PRACTICE
    Pages 250 - 252
    Aysun GUNES