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Faculty-Perceived Barriers of Online Education MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Abstract: At institutions of higher learning, there is an increased demand and need for online courses. However, the number... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Michelle Byrne, Tami McCoy, Steven Lloyd
Date Added: May 18, 2013 Date Modified: Dec 08, 2014
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Toward a Better Experience: Examining Student Needs in the Online Classroom through Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Model MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Abstract: Current research continues to support the notion that students participating in online courses experience... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Karen L. Milheim
Date Added: May 31, 2013 Date Modified: Oct 31, 2014
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Ethnicity, Gender, and Perceptions of Online Learning in Higher Education MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This paper reports on a quantitative study that investigated the impact of ethnicity and gender on perceptions of online... see more
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Author: Carol Y. Ashong, Nannette E. Commander
Date Added: Jun 05, 2013 Date Modified: May 13, 2014
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How a Mobile Social Media Game Can Enhance the Educational Experience MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Abstract: The rise of experiential learning has challenged traditional delivery models and led to an increase in the... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Eliana Crosina, Salvatore Parise
Date Added: Jun 10, 2013 Date Modified: Jun 09, 2014
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Implementing Learning-Oriented Assessment in an eTwinning Online Course for Greek Teachers MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Abstract: The Hellenic National Support Service for eTwinning provides short, intensive online courses for Greek teachers.... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Angelos Konstantinidis
Date Added: May 22, 2013 Date Modified: May 13, 2014
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Systematic Development of Evidence-Based Faculty and Student Medication Calculation Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes through Asynchronous Electronic Media MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Abstract: In response to the Institute of Medicine's focus on adverse events, fatal medication errors, and Quality and Safety... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Janis N. Rice, Lisa M. Sievers, Linda J. Porter-Wenzlaff
Date Added: Jun 03, 2013 Date Modified: May 13, 2014
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The Effect of Time Online on Grades in Online Sociology Courses MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Abstract: Throughout the past decade, web-based teaching and learning have experienced tremendous growth. Yet, research aimed... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Igor Ryabov
Date Added: May 18, 2013 Date Modified: May 13, 2014
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The Role of Students' Professional Experience in Online Learning: Analysis of Asynchronous Participation MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Abstract: This paper reports on a causal-comparative study that investigated potential differences in students' participation... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Scott D. Johnson, Oenardi Lawanto, Edgard B Cornachione Jr, Rod P. Githens
Date Added: Jun 05, 2013 Date Modified: May 13, 2014
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Critical Conversations: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Founded by the Tennessee Board of Regents in 2014, Critical Conversations: An Interdisciplinary Journal is a peer-reviewed,... see more
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Author: Greg Sedrick
Date Added: Jan 26, 2015 Date Modified: Jan 26, 2015
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Organization, development, and implementation of college reading/study skills programs: Some assumptions and conclusions

A keynote at a professional conference of college reading and study strategies by the association president who is also a... see more
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Author: Christ Frank
Date Added: Dec 21, 2009 Date Modified: Sep 09, 2014
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