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R3107     Kawachi, P.   (2006).   The will to learn :
Tutor’s role.   In P.R. Ramanujam (Ed.),
Globalisation, education and open distance
  New Delhi, India :   Shipra.
ISBN 8-175-41272-0

R3153     Kawachi, P.   (2005).   Open and
distance education in Japan : Implications
for the rest of the world.   In W.-Y. Zhang (Ed.),
Global perspectives : Philosophy and practice
in distance education   (Vol. 3).
Shanghai, China :   China Central Radio & TV
University Press.
ISBN 1-234-56789-0

R2862     Kawachi, P.   (2005).   Computers,
multimedia and e-learning.
In U.V. Reddi & S. Mishra (Eds.),
Educational media in Asia,   (pp. 97-122).
Vancouver :   Commonwealth of Learning.
ISBN 1-894975-15-4

R2863     Kawachi, P.   (2005).   Empirical
validation of a multimedia construct for learning.
In S. Mishra, & R.C. Sharma (Eds.),   Interactive
Multimedia in Education and Training
(pp. 158-183).   Hershey, PA : Idea Group Inc.
ISBN 1-59140-395-2

R3011     Kawachi, P.   (2004).  Reading English
rates across cultures :   Differences according to
L1, gender, and age.   Proceedings of the SEAMEO
RELC 39th Annual Seminar - Innovative
Approaches to Reading and Writing
,   19-21 April.   Singapore : RELC.

R3034     Kawachi, P.   (2004).   Course design
& choice of media by applying the
Theory of Transactional Distance.
Open Education Research,   2, 16-19 and 6, 65-69.
ISSN 1007-2179

R2936     Kawachi, P.   (2004).   Second-generation instructional design for e-learning.   Academic
Exchange Quarterly,   8
(1), 2512-3z.
ISSN 1096-1453

R2984     Kawachi, P.  (2004).   Course design
& choice of media by applying the
Theory of Transactional Distance.
Proceedings of the 21st ICDE World Conference,
18-21 February, Hong Kong.

R2944     Kawachi, P.   (2003).   Hyperlearning :
Empirical validation of the
‘Design for Multimedia in Learning’   model – Problems arising and suggested solutions.
In V. Devedzic, J.M. Spector, D.G. Sampson, & Kinshuk (Eds.), Advanced Learning Technologies,
(p. 444). Los Alamitos, CA : IEEC Computer Society.
ISBN 0-7695-1967-9

R2937     Kawachi, P.   (2003).   Asia-specific scaffolding needs in grounded design
e-learning :   Empirical comparisons among
several institutions.   Paper presented at the
17 th Annual Conference of the Asian Association
of Open Universities
, Bangkok   12-14 Nov 2003.

R2717     Kawachi, P.   (2003).   Choosing
the appropriate media to support
the learning process.   Journal of
Educational Technology, 14
(1 & 2), 1-18.
ISSN 0971-1848

R2861     Kawachi, P.   (2003).   Vicarious
interaction and the achieved quality of learning.
International Journal on E-Learning, 2 (4), 39-45.
ISSN 1537-2456

R2321     Kawachi, P.   (2003).   Initiating intrinsic
motivation in online education :   Review
of the current state of the art.   Interactive
Learning Environments, 11
(1), 59-81.
ISSN 1049-4820

R2718     Kawachi, P.   (2003).   Learning
technologies in distance education
do not yet maximise the advantages of cultural
diversity.   In   N.K. Chandel,   R. Jit,   S. Mal,
& A. Sharma (Eds.),   Psychological implications
of information technology
,   (pp. 27-42).
New Delhi, India :   Deep & Deep Publications.
ISBN 81-7629-452-7

R2424     Kawachi, P.   (2002).   Poverty and
access :   The impact of language on online
collaborative learning for Japanese learners.
In   H.P.Dikshit,   S. Garg,   S. Panda,   &
Vijayshri   (Eds.), Access & equity :
Challenges for open and distance learning
(pp. 159-170).   New Delhi : Kogan Page.
ISBN 81-7554-180-6