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18 (3), 2017

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From The Editor
Welcome to the Volume 18, Number 3 of TOJDE


Michiko KOBAYASHI
Students’ Media Preferences in Online Learning


Serdar BENLIGIRAY & Ahmet ONAY
Analysis of Performance Factors for Accounting and Finance Related Business Courses in A Distance Education Environment


Angeliki GARIOU-PAPALEXIOU, Spyros PAPADAKIS , Evangelia (Gelly) MANOUSOU & Irene GEORGIADU
Implementing A Flipped Classroom: A Case Study of Biology Teaching in A Greek High School


Elif Bugra KUZU DEMIR, Baris MERCIMEK, Nihal DULKADIR YAMAN & H. Ferhan ODABASI
How Do the Faculty Members Go for Trolls? A View from An Emerging Country


HERMAN
Loyalty, Trust, Satisfaction and Participation in Universitas Terbuka Ambiance: Students’ Perception


Asu ALTUNOGLU
Initial Perceptions of Open Higher Education Students with Learner Management Systems


Turgay ALAKURT & Salih BARDAKCI
Seeing Google through the Eyes of Turkish Academicians


Christopher Yaw KWAAH & Gabriel ESSILFIE
Stress and Coping Strategies among Distance Education Students at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana


Hasan TANIS & Ian BARKER
E-Mentoring at A Distance: An Approach to Support Professional Development in Workplaces


Shesha Kanta PANGENI
Issues in E-Research: Log In/Out Virtual Fields


Marisela CASTILLO, Yolanda HEREDIA & Katherina GALLARDO
Collaborative Work Competency in Online Postgraduate Students and Its Prevalence on Academic Achievement


Daniah ALABBASI
Exploring Graduate Students' Perspectives towards Using Gamification Techniques in Online Learning


Jenny WANG
Cloud Computing Technologies in Writing Class: Factors Influencing Students’ Learning Experience


Vasyl KOVALCHUCK & Iryna VOROTNYKOVA
E-Coaching, E-Mentoring for Lifelong Professional Development of Teachers within the System of Post-Graduate Pedagogical Education


Reviewed By Yildiz TERZIOGLU
REVIEW: Call Teacher Education: Language Teachers and Technology Integration


Reviewed By Marium DIN
REVIEW: Inspiring the Secondary Curriculum with Technology: Let the Students Do the Work