Writing and Publications

Out on a Lim: Reflections on Learning at a Distance
March 2005 I started a blog about videoconferencing to share experiences, curriculum thoughts, new resources, and technology rants related to K12 videoconferences. It has now morphed into a blog on distance learning.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Lim, J., Hall, B., Jeong, A., & Freed, S. (2017). Intersubjectivity and discussion characteristics in online courses. Quarterly Review of Distance Education. 18(1). 29-44.

Lim, J. (2016). Predicting successful completion using student delay indicators in undergraduate self-paced online courses. Distance Education, 37(3) , 317-332. doi:10.1080/01587919.2016.1233050

Lim, J.. (2016). The relationship between successful completion and sequential movement in self-paced distance courses. International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 17(1). Retrieved from http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/2167

Lim, J. & Hall, B. (2015). Intersubjectivity in theoretical and practical online courses. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 16(4). 45-60.

Newman, I., Lim, J., & Pineda, F. (2013). Content validity using a mixed methods approach: Its application and development through the use of a table of specifications methodology. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 7(3), 243-260.

Lim, J. (2011). Rebuilding the plane while flying it. The Journal of Applied Christian Leadership, 5(1), 91-93.

Lim, J., & Freed, S. (2009). We have the videoconference equipment installed, now what? The Qualitative Report, 14(3), 433-453. Retrieved from http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR14-3/lim.pdf

Lim, Janine. (September/October 2001). Effective Internet Research. The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues, and Ideas, 75(1), 35-36.

Freed, Janine. (1996). Exemplary Software for Teaching Writing. The Journal of Adventist Education, 58(5), 27-28.

Freed, Janine (1996). Special Education Metaphor Number Two: Two Gardens. The Journal of Adventist Education, 58(2), 44-45.

Little Reading Books
I wrote a story line for the A Reason for Reading books. The book is called Naaman.

Journal of Adventist Education
1998 through 2004 I wrote a regular column entitled Out on a Lim with Educational Technology. View the archives.

MACUL Newsletter and Journal
I also wrote a regular column for the Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning from 2000 to 2005. View the archives.

Other Articles

  • Lim, Janine. (2011-2012). Students read around the planet. Learning and Leading with Technology, 39(4), 36-37.
  • Lim, Janine. (2010). Jazz up your curriculum. Learning and Leading with Technology, 38(1), 20-21.
  • Lim, Janine. (May-June 2008). Knocking down walls. EdTech Magazine: K12 Focus.
  • Lim, Janine. (Spring 2008). Using the ASK Process to Interview Authors and Specialists. Media Spectrum, (35)1, 24-26.
  • Lim, Janine and Porter, Sue. (December 2001). TWICE Supports Distance Learning in Michigan. 'etin (Newsletter for the National Association of Media and Technology Centers). 2-4.

27 Pictures of Jesus
I wrote the text for an online book, and students at Ruth Murdoch Elementary School illustrated the text. The hosting website has since removed the book.

My Songs
The lyrics of my songs are currently unpublished.

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