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Research suggests that the use of concept maps enhances learning transfer and retention. This paper presents a case study... see more

In this paper researchers investigate the ways in which redesigning a course to be delivered in a hybrid format that... see more

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

With the proliferation of online and distance courses human factors and social dimensions of computer supported... see more

Research literacy skills are essential for work, successful living and lifelong learning. Unfortunately, students often... see more

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

This article examines a review of literature related to online learning and teaching. The authors provide a brief... see more

Bond (2000) and Scheetz and Martin (2008) identified characteristics of effective teachers, and qualities of master... see more

This concept paper explores citizenship in a digital age. The potential of Web 2.0 tools highlights the importance of... see more

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

The purpose of this position paper is to present novice faculty and designers with a succinct multimedia development... see more

Online education has grown dramatically over the past decade, as have the technology applications that support these... see more

This case study describes the journey of revising an online health care ethics course in an accelerated nursing program.... see more

This article is a resource for those new to online professional development. It describes professional development... see more

The Course Improvement Matrix was designed to provide a structured approach for online instructors – critical but... see more

The purpose of this study was to develop a deeper understanding of the relationship between teacher moderating levels and... see more

Many variables affect teamwork and team performance on assignments, including student characteristics, the delivery mode,... see more

This article describes the effect of a four-questions technique used to enhance critical thinking in online discussions. ... see more

Adults over age 50 are increasingly pursuing online instructional modalities of higher education coursework. While... see more

Text messaging is emerging as a tool educators are using for multiple purposes in both face-to-face and online courses.... see more

The interaction among demographic variables and motivation orientation were compared in students interested in completing... see more