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The Use of BlogTalkRadio in Online Management Classes

This paper reports on a two-step study of students’ perspectives with respect to the use of BlogTalkRadio (BTR) in... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Marjorie Chan
Date Added: Feb 12, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 03, 2015
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Using Service Learning Enhance a Hybrid Course Curriculum in the “Politics of Food”

This case study investigates the benefits and challenges of using service learning to enhance the curriculum in a hybrid... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Monique Mironesco, PhD
Date Added: Feb 12, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 03, 2015
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Examining the Effects of Metacognitive Scaffolding on Students' Design Problem Solving and Metacognitive Skills in an Online Environment

Complex, ill-structured problem solving is not a linear, straightforward process. Rather it is an iterative and cyclical... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Yun-Jo An, Li Cao
Date Added: Feb 12, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 03, 2015
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Are students studying in the online mode faring as well as students studying in the face-to-face mode? Has equivalence in learning been achieved?

With the shift in pedagogy from learning in the traditional classroom setting (face-toface mode) to online learning, it is... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Aluwesi Volau Fonolahi, M.G.M. Khan, Anjeela Jokhan
Date Added: Feb 12, 2015 Date Modified: Feb 27, 2015
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The Role of the Business Major in Student Perceptions of Learning and Satisfaction with Course Format

This study examines the association between course format (face-to-face, blended, and online) and students’ perceived... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Douglas M. Sanford, Jr., Douglas N. Ross, Al Rosenbloom, Dan Singer, Vince Luchsinger
Date Added: Feb 12, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 03, 2015
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Classrooms Without Walls: A Comparison of Instructor Performance in online Courses Differing in Class Size

It is difficult to deny that online learning has had steady growth in recent years. A benefit to any institution implementing... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Chris Sorensen, Ph.D.
Date Added: Feb 12, 2015 Date Modified: Feb 27, 2015
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Social Network Analysis of Undergraduate Education Student Interaction in Online Peer Mentoring Settings

This study uses social network analysis to examine the patterns of student interactions in online peer mentoring sites within... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Regina Ruane, Ph.D., Emmanuel F. Koku, Ph.D.
Date Added: Feb 12, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 03, 2015
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Comparison of College Students’ Knowledge across Delivery Formats in a Required Physical Activity and Wellness Course

As online and blended delivery formats in college physical activity and wellness courses gain popularity, assessment of... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Cara L. Sidman, PhD, Michelle Lee D'Abundo, PhD, MSH, CHES, Lea Bullard, MA
Date Added: Feb 12, 2015 Date Modified: Feb 27, 2015
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M-learning to Support Learning English in a Hong Kong University

This paper reports a project designed to explore the elements that help and hinder the adoption of mobile devices in higher... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: David M. Kennedy
Date Added: Feb 12, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 03, 2015
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Why Is Response To Intervention (RTI) So Important That We Should Incorporate It Into Teacher Education Programs and How Can Online Learning Help?

The reauthorization of Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) in 2004 permits the use of response to intervention (RTI) to... see more
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Author: Nai-Cheng Kuo, Ph.D
Date Added: Feb 12, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 03, 2015
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