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Facilitating Group Discussions in Second Life  MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This paper reports on a case study of group facilitation in Second Life, a three-dimensional virtual world that simulates... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Charles Xiaoxue Wang, Scott Anstadt, Jamie Goldman, Mary L. M. Lefaiver
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 16, 2014
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Faculty Leadership in Online Education: Structuring Courses to Impact Student Satisfaction and Persistence  MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

With an increasing number of online courses, many faculty members who are inexperienced in online teaching are being asked to... see more
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Author: Jeannine Kranzow
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 16, 2014
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Faculty Perspective: Training and Course Development for the Online Classroom MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This quantitative study focused on the perceptions of faculty currently instructing online.  The sample consisted of a random... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Julie Ray
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 2014
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Foreign Language Learners' Use and Perception of Online Dictionaries: A Survey Study  MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

The importance of dictionaries in language learning is indisputable. The emergence of online dictionaries has noticeably... see more
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Author: Li Jin Elizabeth Deifell
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 16, 2014
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From Alien to Domestic? Virtual Learning Environment Use from a Domestication Perspective MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This article proposes to use the concept of domestication as an analytic tool to understand patterns of use of a Virtual... see more
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Author: Laurence Habib, Anne-Margrethe Sønneland
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 16, 2014
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From Cyberspace to Print: Re-examining the Effects of Collaborative Discussion Board Invention on First-Year Academic Writing MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This descriptive study analyzes the use of the Discussion Board asynchronous invention forum for composing argumentative... see more
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Author: Florence Elizabeth Bacabac
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 16, 2014
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From Lecturer to Course Coordinator: Redefining the Role of the University Academic for Teaching and Learning in a Distributed Learning Environment MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

One of the important areas of change in contemporary higher education is the adoption of the interactive technologies for... see more
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Author: Olabisi Kuboni
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 2014
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Global Students/Global Faculty: A Model for Success Factors in the Use of Off-site Faculty for Online Instruction MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Based on cross-case analysis, a model is presented to enable more informed decisions regarding the use of off-site faculty... see more
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Author: Barbara L. Stewart, Carole Goodson, Susan L. Miertschin
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 16, 2014
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Hatching CHRPP: Developing an E-learning Tutorial for Research Ethics MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

A need for a new approach to research ethics education was identified at Queen's University. The goals were to ensure all... see more
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Author: Laura-Lee Balkwill, Joan Stevenson, Denise Stockley, Susan Marlin
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 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
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Author: Eliana Crosina, Salvatore Parise
Date Added: Jun 10, 2013 Date Modified: Jun 09, 2014
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