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The explosion in the number of students taking online courses warrants a deeper understanding of instructor strategies... see more

High-quality online courses can result from collaborative instructional design and development approaches that draw upon... see more

Teaching mathematics in a class comprised of students with varying levels of preparation and aptitude poses a significant... see more

Social learning has long been seen as a positive direction in education with many advantages for learners. This paper... see more

The increasing growth of online learning creates opportunities for language learners to improve their academic... see more

Field courses are an essential component of the undergraduate experience in many subjects, but are intensive and... see more

This paper reports on a study aimed at investigating whether a video game can act as an advance organizer for teaching a... see more

The purpose of this study was to identify which instructional design (ID) models are currently used in designing virtual... see more

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

Interrelated to the growth of online learning programs is the increasing reliance on adjunct faculty to teach these... see more

Most research in higher education related to Hispanic students has focused on institutional-level strategies to determine... see more

Online counselor education is growing, but there has been little conclusive research about its effectiveness. This paper... see more

This study examined students' experiences of learning in the Bachelor of Education Primary (Language Arts) program... see more

Expansion of online teaching and learning has fostered the creation of numerous standards and frameworks to evaluate and... see more

Since the mid 1990s, larger student enrollments and more diverse student populations have resulted in a greater emphasis... see more

The Windows into Teaching and Learning (WiTL) project is a method developed by researchers at the University of North... see more

In this paper, the author examines lessons from massive open online courses (MOOCs) for small liberal arts colleges... see more

Over the past year, Duke University faculty, staff, and executive leadership were compelled to make a host of critical... see more

As the narratives that guide higher education fracture and realign, the topic of massive open online courses (MOOCs)... see more

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

This case study explored learner participation in First Steps in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (FSLT12), a... see more

Although massive open online courses (MOOCs) are seen to be, and are in fact designed to be, stand-alone online courses,... see more

Twenty-first-century learners have expectations that are not met within the current model of higher education. With the... see more