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Kirby, D., & Sharpe, D. (2010). An examination of rural secondary studentsʼ post-secondary education decisions. Canadian Journal of Career Development, 9(1), 4-14. Retrieved from http://www.contactpoint.ca/cjcd/v9-n1/article1.pdf

An article examining what influences rural students' educational decision making that uses whether the student took an online course in high school as one of the potential variables.

Kosloski, E., & MacDonald, E. (2009, March). Addressing student learning online - A process of development. Presentation at the Alberta Distributed Learning Symposium, Calgary, AB. Retrieved from http://symposium.adeta.org/node/73

Kostuch, L. (2005, February). Where to start - One board's journey into e-learning. Presentation at the Leading Learning Conference, Toronto, ON.

A presentation describing the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board involvement in examining the potential of online learning at the secondary school level. The presentation outlined the steps the school board undertook to develop two secondary school courses.

Kuehn, L. (2006). BCTF research report - Distributed learning in British Columbia schools. Vancouver: BC: British Columbia Teachers’ Federation. Retrieved from http://www.bctf.ca/publications/ResearchReports.aspx?id=9248

A research report that discusses the historical changes to the distributive learning program in the British Columbia. The report highlights the major policies of Bill 33, creating a framework for the LearnNowBC system; and British Columbia Teachers Federation (BCTF) policies for standarization of distributive learning programs.

Kuehn, L. (2004). BCTF research report - Online education is not the same as home schooling. Vancouver: BC: British Columbia Teachers’ Federation. Retrieved from http://www.bctf.ca/publications/ResearchReports.aspx?id=8430

A conference paper reporting how past educational policies and practices confused the distinction between online education and home schooling in British Columbia. This paper discusses the 2003/2004 audit of distance education to establish clear policies and criteria for ministry funded online programs.

Kuehn, L. (2003). BCTF research report: Distributed Learning in B.C., 2002-03. Vancouver: BC: British Columbia Teachers’ Federation. Retrieved from http://www.bctf.ca/uploadedfiles/publications/research_reports/2003ei02.pdf

A research report presented to the 2003 BCTF Representative Assembly. This report identifies issues concerning distributive learning with regard to teaching practices, the learning environment, curriculum development, and government policies and accountability practices. The report includes two appendices. Appendix 1 focuses on challenges of distance education to support the student's learning experience. Appendix 2 is an observational account of distance education from the combined experience of three educational counselors.

Kuehn, L. (2002). BCTF research report - Developments with distributed learning. Vancouver: BC: British Columbia Teachers’ Federation. Retrieved from http://www.bctf.ca/publications/ResearchReports.aspx?id=5556

A supplemental report to the 2002 BCTF Executive Committee meeting. This report includes educational policy statements concerning distributive learning, information on Vancouver's virtual school, and practical and philosophical issues to consider for future research.

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