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This paper addresses how one university has partnered with a corporation to work on the verification of online student... see more

This paper provides an expanded report concerning a Ladies Professional Golf Association's (LPGA) online education... see more

Qualitative studies of educators who teach online are crucial to provide direction for practice and research as they... see more

This article discussed the online teaching strategies and the pedagogical aspects of online teaching. This author's... see more

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are growing exponentially in higher education. They have attracted the attention of... see more

Connectivist massive open online courses (cMOOCs) represent an important new pedagogical approach ideally suited to the... see more

This study examined the use of synchronous video chat, Elluminate Live™ in online graduate courses. Four types of... see more

An extended version of the Technology Acceptance Model was used to predict intention to teach online. One-hundred and... see more

Online learning has become a critical element of the U.S higher educational landscape. Given its growth, it is likely... see more

According to the authors, "Teachers play important roles in technology-rich classrooms, making decisions that... see more

This paper reports the findings of research into the effect of E-learning experience on students' perceived learning... see more

Abstract: Online distance education has become another way for institutions of higher learning to reach out to learners.... see more

With the role of the Internet rapidly increasing in higher education, teachers must search for ways to create meaningful... see more

On online asynchronous discussion boards, instructor questions are considered a driving force in student engagement and... see more

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

Online course delivery requires a divergence from conventional teaching methods. Many online educators have instituted a... see more

To scaffold students' wiki-based, ill-structured problem solving in an online environment, the author designed... see more

Screencasting is the capture all of the action on a computer screen while you are narrating. Screencasts can be made with... see more

Online discussions are an integral part of distance education courses. They provide a means for interaction among... see more

The Statistical Online Computational Resource (SOCR) designs web-based tools for educational use in a variety of... see more

This paper attempts to identify and establish spontaneous group decision making in collaborative learning as a new... see more