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    • Validity Issues In Quantitative Computer Conference Transcript Analysis 

      Anderson, Terry; Rourke, Liam (Educational Technology Research and Development, 2004)
      Over the past 15 years, educational technologists have been dabbling with a research technique known as quantitative content analysis (QCA). Although it is characterized as a systematic and objective procedure for describing ...
    • Video-Conferencing with Audio Software 

      Baggaley, Jon; Klaas, Jim (The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 2006)
      An online conference is illustrated using the format of a TV talk show. The conference combined live audio discussion with visual images spontaneously selected by the moderator in the manner of a TV control-room director. ...
    • The Virtual Conference: Extending Professional Education in Cyberspace 

      Anderson, Terry (International Jl. of Educational Telecommunications, 1996)
      This paper describes the use of Internet based tools to support professional interaction and education in a format known as the virtual conference. The paper discusses characteristics of the virtual conference and ...
    • Virtual platforms at Athabasca University 

      McGreal, Rory; Dron, Jon; Ellerman, Evelyn (2012-08-12)
      The Athabasca University environment includes a virtual media lab (the e-Lab) which is an integrated website platform for curriculum enhancement and development, social networking, and pedagogical and disciplinary research. ...
    • Vision for Change: a concept paper for the development of a virtual learning system 

      Anderson, Terry; Bosscha, Rob; Howard, Dale; Keenan, Tom; Larson, Pat; Teare, Sylvia; Wilke, Allen; Wright, Clayton (Alberta Advanced Education And Career Development, 1995-09)
    • Voice Interaction Online 

      Miyazoe, Terumi; Anderson, Terry (Nova, 2011)
      This chapter examines the potential for voice activities to enhance online learning. Although research related to online writing tools (such as e-mail, discussion threads, blogs, and wikis) is growing and the use of ...
    • The Web of Identity: Selfhood and Belonging in Online Learning Networks 

      Koole, Marguerite (Seventh International Conference on Networked Learning 2010, 2010-05)
      In this paper, the reflexive relationship between social interaction and understanding of self in online learning networks is examined. In keeping with constructionism, we acknowledge the significance of social interaction ...
    • Web-Based Training 

      Fahy, Patrick J. (2008-05-27)
      Current Web-based training (WBT) is based on accumulated research and experience with strategies for improving learning and instruction, beginning in the early part of the twentieth century and continuing to the present. ...
    • Web-based training 

      Fahy, Patrick J. (John Wiley and Sons, 2008)
      Current Web-based training (WBT) is based upon accumulated research and experience with strategies for improving learning and instruction, beginning in the early part of the 20th century and continuing to the present. Use ...
    • Web-Based Training 

      Fahy, Patrick J. (John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2004)
      Current Web-based training (WBT) is based upon systematic research and experience with strategies for improving learning and instruction, beginning in the early part of the 20th century and continuing to the present. Use ...
    • Why Do Teachers Get To Learn The Most? 

      Anderson, Terry; Wark, Norine (e-Journal of Instructional Science and Technology,, 2004)
      A common report from anecdotal writing over many generations of educators is that it is the teacher who usually learns the most during the process of gathering content materials, designing, teaching and evaluating student ...
    • Women Entrepreneurs: Informal Learning and the Internet (Women Entrepreneurs' Perceptions of the Value of the Internet in Informal Learning - published title) 

      Thomas, Patricia; Moisey, Susan D. (Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 2006)
      Thomas, P. & Moisey, S. (2006). Women entrepreneurs' perceptions of the value of the Internet in informal learning. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship 19 (2), 183–202.
    • WWW to Support Classroom Teaching 

      Anderson, Terry; Joerg, Werner B. (Canadian Journal of Educational Communications, 1996)
      Abstract: This paper evaluates the usage and perceived usefulness of the World Wide Web (WWW) to support classroom delivery of University courses. The study used qualitative and quantitative tools focusing on two ...


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