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Mobile Self-Efficacy in a Canadian Nursing Education Program
(International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS), 2012-03)
The purpose of this study was to assess the self-efficacy of nursing faculty and students related to their potential use of mobile technology and to ask what are the implications for their teaching and learning in practice ...
NEXT GENERATION: TRANSFORMATION TO A 21ST CENTURY UNIVERSITY VIA CORE STRATEGIC PROJECTS
thabasca University (AU) is recreating itself as a 21st century university. As an open and distance learning (ODL) university, its mandate is to remove barriers to university-level education. This is the vision and ...
Disruptive Pedagogies and Technologies in Universities
(Educational Technology & Society, 2012)
This paper is a reaction to the increasing high cost of higher education and the resulting inaccessibility for the millions of potential learners now seeking opportunities for quality higher education opportunities. ...
Flexible paths to assessment for OER learners: A comparative study
(JIME: Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2012-12)
This paper highlights the preliminary findings of a one-year research project (2011) that investigated the fit of recognizing prior learning (RPL) practice and related assessment and transfer protocols to projected OER ...
"Mobilising" web sites at open university: The Athabasca University experience
(MLearn 2012, 2012-03)
This mobile implementation study provides a general idea of how existing Athabasca University sites work with the tested mobile devices and identifies the underlying issues as to why they work that way. Factors considered ...
Design-Based Research: A Decade of Progress in Education Research?
(Educational Researcher, 2012-06)
Design-based research (DBR) evolved near the beginning of 21st century and was heralded as a practical research methodology that could effectively bridge the chasm between research and practice in formal education. In this ...