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A Simple Suggestion for Reducing First-time Online Student Anxiety MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This is a case study of a best-practice suggestion for addressing anxiety among first-time online students. This is a... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: David St. Clair
Date Added: Aug 03, 2015 Date Modified: Aug 03, 2015
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Comparing Changes in Content Knowledge Between Online ProBLem Based Learning and Traditional Instruction in Undergraduate Health Professional Students MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Problem Based Learning (PBL), a student centered instructional strategy, has been used as an effective pedagogical technique... see more
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Author: Kathleen Gould, William Sadera, Scot McNary
Date Added: Aug 03, 2015 Date Modified: Aug 03, 2015
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Content or platform: Why do students complete MOOCs? MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

The advent of massive open online courses (MOOCs) poses new learning opportunities for learners as well as challenges for... see more
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Author: Yuan Wang Wang, Ryan Baker Baker
Date Added: Aug 03, 2015 Date Modified: Aug 03, 2015
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Continuously Improving Online Course Design using the Plan-Do-Study-Act Cycle MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) is a continuous improvement process that can be used to inform practice in online education. This... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Elizabeth A. Gazza
Date Added: Aug 03, 2015 Date Modified: Aug 03, 2015
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Cyborg Teaching: The Transferable Benefits of Teaching Online for the Face-toFace Classroom MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Critics of online education often assume that traditional classrooms offer the most meaningful form of learning. Some... see more
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Author: Olivia Burgess, PhD
Date Added: Aug 03, 2015 Date Modified: Aug 03, 2015
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Digital Competence in the Knowledge Society MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

New Information and Communication Technologies such as the Internet, online gaming worlds, artificial intelligence, robotics... see more
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Author: Eliana E. Gallardo-Echenique, Janaina Minelli de Oliveira, Luis Marqués-Molias Marqués-Molias, Francesc Esteve-Mon
Date Added: Aug 03, 2015 Date Modified: Aug 03, 2015
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Expanding The Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) to Examine Faculty Use of Learning Management Systems (LMSs) In Higher Education Institutions MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Universities have made a considerable investment in the use of Learning Management Systems (LMSs) to facilitate their... see more
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Author: Nafsaniath Fathema, David Shannon, Margaret Ross
Date Added: Aug 03, 2015 Date Modified: Aug 03, 2015
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Literacy Candidates’ Perception of Competence in an Online Master of Science in Literacy Program MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This article describes how college instructors in a graduate literacy degree program surveyed candidates to determine their... see more
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Author: Mary Shea, Rosemary Murray
Date Added: Aug 03, 2015 Date Modified: Aug 03, 2015
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Online Graduate Instruction: What Faculty Consider Reasonable In Relation to What Students Expect MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

In this investigation, the author utilized a modified Delphi technique to validate whether graduate level online faculty and... see more
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Author: Jeffrey L. Bailie Bailie
Date Added: Aug 03, 2015 Date Modified: Aug 03, 2015
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Online Graduate Students’ Preferences of Discussion Modality: Does Gender Matter? MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Audio/video discussion has been used increasingly in online courses due to its affordances in enhancing online communication.... see more
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Author: Yu-Hui Ching Ching, Yu-Chang Hsu Hsu
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