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This paper examines some recently developed frameworks for effective online teaching and relates these to published case... see more

The following paper compares four contemporary methods of online teaching and learning: 1) student-centered, 2)... see more

This article uses meta-analysis to summarize the quantitative literature comparing the performance of students in... see more

This study explored the role of social presence in online learning environments and its relationship to students'... see more

An investigation was carried out to determine the extent to which evidence of collaborative learning could be identified... see more

This paper describes the logistical and pedagogical elements of facilitating a “multiple venue production/presentation”... see more

This paper argues that a commitment to flexible delivery necessarily requires a commitment to flexible assessment. It... see more

This research used formative evaluation methods to examine a number of synchronous computer-mediated communication... see more

Foundational Practices of Online Writing Instruction, edited by Beth L. Hewett and Kevin Eric DePew, with associate... see more

This paper supports the idea that students benefit from personal contact and access to the professor and learning is... see more

This study examined the cluster of opinions held by students, with respect to technology and its application to... see more

This case study describes the experiences at Edge Hill College with its first fully online distance learning course using... see more

This paper discusses web based education at one university, an early online education adopter, and discusses their... see more

This paper examines the literature in terms of forms of interactivity, a feature of online learning environments that... see more

As the developers of an online degree course for health professionals, the authors aimed to: 1) Evaluate the use of an... see more

'Welcome to our latest eBook, Learning Perspectives 2011. We are publishing this book in conjunction with Learning 2011... see more

This paper describes a participant’s experience of using synchronous streaming media broadcasts over the Internet in... see more

The authors suggest that successful creation and delivery of distributed courses requires new dimensions in thought and... see more

This is a free textbook that is offered by Amazon for reading on a Kindle.  Anybody can read Kindle books—even without a... see more

OER Glue is meant to help people develop their own courses.  It provides guidance for 1) gathering resources, 2) adding... see more

This case study compares students’ learning experience and outcomes in the lecture and online versions of a first-year... see more

The authors suggest three protocols that can be built into the fabric of online courses in order that a sense of... see more

The authors discuss a case study experience in conducting scientific courses such as EnvironmentalChemistry and... see more

This study involved an investigation of the practice of online teaching and learning in the Faculty of Education at the... see more