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Teaching Behavioral Skills Online MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

With the rapid increase of online courses and programs, effective methods for teaching behavioral-based skills online become... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Gerri Hura
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 2014
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Teaching pre-cursor clinical skills using an on-line audio-visual tool: an evaluation using student responses MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

The integration of multimedia and computer-assisted learning in the teaching of functional anatomy has been reported to be as... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Jane Coffee, Susan Hillier
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 2014
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Technology as a Management Tool in the Community College Classroom: Challenges and Benefits MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

In this paper the challenges and benefits of utilizing technology as a tool in classroom management are examined from the... see more
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Author: Daniel Stewart
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 2014
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The Emergence of a Blended Online Learning Environment MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This paper is based on an ongoing research program examining the implementation of instructional design and technology in... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Michael Power
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 2014
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The Impact of the Open Source Portfolio on Learning and Assessment MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

The Open Source Portfolio (OSP) software for eportfolio learning and assessment has seen widespread adoption over the last... see more
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Author: Darren Cambridge, Luke Fernandez, Susan Kahn, Judith Kirkpatrick, Janice Smith
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 2014
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The LMS Mirror: School as We Know IT versus School as We Need IT and the Triumph of the Custodial Class MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

In the context of the future of learning management systems, this paper examines the concept and perception of a learning... see more
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Author: Gary Brown
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 2014
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The mean business of Second Life: Teaching entrepreneurship, technology and ecommerce in immersive environments MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Second Life is a three-dimensional multi-user virtual environment with a vibrant economy, where avatars (virtual... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Brian Mennecke, Lesya M. Hassall, Janea Triplett
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Feb 27, 2015
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The Reality of Designing and Implementing an Internet-based Course

In this paper, published in the ?Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration,? the authors, Kay M. Perrin and Dionne... see more
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Author: Kay M. Perrin
Date Added: Jun 20, 2001 Date Modified: Mar 11, 2015
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The relationship between epistemological beliefs and self-regulated learning skills in the online course environment MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Epistemological beliefs and self-regulated learning skills, as meta-cognitive constructs, have been suggested as being... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Lucy Barnard, William Y. Lan, Steven M. Crooks, Valerie Osland Paton
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 2014
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The Virtual Philosopher: Designing Socratic Method Learning Objects for Online Philosophy Courses MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This case study describes the Virtual Philosopher, a series of digital learning objects which were created as a Socratic... see more
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Author: Karen L. Hornsby, Wade M. Maki
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Feb 27, 2015
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