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Re-Thinking E-Learning Research
In education, novel practices, applications, and forms-- from bulletin boards to Webcasts, and from online educational games to open educational resources -- have been proliferating rapidly. However, research of these ...
The Effective Use of Synchronous Classes within an Online Graduate Program: Building upon an Interdependent System
In this presentation, Janet Groen, Janet Tworek, and Maria Soos-Gonczol will discuss the implementation of effective synchronous voice communication sessions within a graduate level university program in education from the ...
Emotion, Learning and the Online Learning Environment
In spite of evidence that more and more students are engaging in online learning experiences (Alan & Seaman, 2006), clarity about the transition to a new learning environment is still at arm’s length (Cleveland-Innes, ...
Learning Issues for Online Graduate Students
Results are shared from a recent doctoral study that explored the leadership implications for delivering online learning in a mainstream Canadian higher education institution by examining the characteristics, attributes, ...
Adaptation of Online Courses for New Educational Contexts
One of the challenges in online learning is adaptation of material developed for one educational setting to be appropriate in another. Qualitative case-study research explored adaptation of online continuing education ...