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Message Interactions in Online Asynchronous Discussions: The Problem of Being “Too Nice”
Much research concerning asynchronous online discussion reports quantitative data such as frequency of posting, time online, and number of characters or words. To effectively understand online discourse within education ...
Moving Online: taking teaching and learning beyond four walls
In this session, Stephen Rowe shares his experiences developing an entirely online offering of an Australian undergraduate course catering to 200 students enrolled across 3 campuses. The model that was developed serves ...
Three Generations of Distance Education Pedagogy
In this presentation Terry defines three pedagogical models that have defined distance education programming - behavioural/cognitive, constructionist and connectivist. He talks about the challenges and opportunity afforded ...
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, ...