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In recent years, Web 2.0 tools such as blogs, wikis, and podcasts have skyrocketed in the number of users. These... 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

YouTube has grown to become the largest and most highly visited online video-sharing service, and interest in the... see more

The goal of HippoCampus is to provide high-quality, multimedia content on general education subjects to high school and... see more

The paper examines the implications of online training for the effectiveness of literacy instructional coaches being... see more

In this paper, the authors describe the institutional-level experiences of changing a Course Management System ( CMS).... see more

The purpose of this paper is to interrogate critically the design and delivery of online course which address issues of... see more

All teacher education programs strive to provide ways for their students to make the necessary connection between theory... see more

Older adult students in college have many challenges besides their busy home lives and employment situations; often they... see more

Increasing interactions between learners and instructors is critical to help learners attain learning outcomes in online... see more

Youth today are using web-based technologies and social media at record rates. A reported 95% of teens use the Internet... see more

Numerous studies have compared student outcomes in online classes and traditional classes, but with mixed results. This... see more

This study compares two sections of the same Introduction to Music course taught at a public university in winter 2008... see more

In a pilot effort between Carnegie Foundation and MERLOT, selected authors and users of online learning resources created... see more

Many modern technological advances have direct impact on the format, style and efficacy of delivery and consumption of... see more

This article argues for the extensive employment of multimedia in college courses, and also suggests that instructors... see more

Many of us have been teaching online courses for several years. In that time we have learned what works and what doesn't... see more

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

In this case study, four graduate-level online courses delivered by the same instructor over a 15-semester time period... see more

For most online classes, textbooks and printed materials remain the primary and preferred source of content. In a... see more

Preparing teachers who can effectively meet the needs of today's schools is a challenging task. This study compared an... see more

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

The aim of this study was to explore the feasibility and interest level of offering the core professional development... see more