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In this sequel investigation, the author utilized a modified Delphi technique to validate whether graduate level online... see more

States with large rural populations must find new ways to prepare and retain highly qualified teachers who want to teach... see more

In this study, the author employed a Web 2.0 tool to promote student online collaborative learning. Fifty-five college... see more

At many universities, online courses are being offered as an option for students. Yet, little research has been completed... see more

Interdisciplinary learning is a form of knowledge production that is increasingly being embraced as an educational... see more

The benefits and challenges of technology-enhanced or virtual field experiences have been discussed in the literature... see more

Abstract: Online classes and even fully online programs are becoming efficient means of providing teacher preparation... see more

This paper presents an analysis of the strategic and leadership issues presented by the range of massive open online... see more

Abstract: This paper reports on a study that was conducted at a large Research I university in the Midwestern United... see more

Active military service members are increasing as constituents of online distance learning environments in America. For... see more

Given recent economic instability, attendance at community colleges and technical schools is expected to increase. While... see more

This study explores the dimensionality of college students' self-efficacy related to their academic activities in the... see more

This document shares points to consider for teaching graduate level courses in using a hybrid course design. Exercises,... see more

Immersive and persistent 3D virtual spaces have been adopted for e-learning in higher education. These spaces involve... see more

This project sought to determine the feasibility of using a social networking site, specifically Facebook®, as a study... see more

Technological improvements in many countries have meant that institutions offering distance education programmes now have... see more

A number of instructors have recently adopted social network sites (SNSs) for learning. However, the learning design of... see more

Service learning—where students perform work for a community partner in a manner that enhances course content—is a... see more

This paper reports on a case study of group facilitation in Second Life, a three-dimensional virtual world that simulates... see more

With an increasing number of online courses, many faculty members who are inexperienced in online teaching are being... see more

This quantitative study focused on the perceptions of faculty currently instructing online.  The sample consisted of a... see more

Both faculty and students at Brigham Young University wanted a "one-stop shopping" environment in their Blackboard... see more

The importance of dictionaries in language learning is indisputable. The emergence of online dictionaries has noticeably... see more