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Dziuban, Charles; Moskal, Patsy; Brophy, Jay; Shea, Peter – Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 2007
The authors discuss elements that potentially impact student satisfaction with asynchronous learning: the media culture, digital, personal and mobile technologies, student learning preferences, pedagogy, complexities of measurement, and the digital generation. They describe a pilot study to identify the underlying dimensions of student…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Learner Engagement, Correlation, Evaluation Methods
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Dziuban, Charles; Moskal, Patsy; Parker, Liza; Campbell, Maria; Howlin, Colm; Johnson, Connie – Online Learning, 2018
This study represents an adaptive learning partnership among the University of Central Florida, Colorado Technical University, and the adaptive learning provider Realizeit. A 13-variable learning domain for students forms the basis of a component invariance study. The results show that four dimensions--knowledge acquisition, engagement activities,…
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Partnerships in Education, Online Courses, Academic Achievement
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Dziuban, Charles; Moskal, Patsy; Thompson, Jessica; Kramer, Lauren; DeCantis, Genevieve; Hermsdorfer, Andrea – Online Learning, 2015
The authors explore the possible relationship between student satisfaction with online learning and the theory of psychological contracts. The study incorporates latent trait models using the image analysis procedure and computation of Anderson and Rubin factors scores with contrasts for students who are satisfied, ambivalent, or dissatisfied with…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Online Courses, Scores, Learning Experience
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Moskal, Patsy; Dziuban, Charles; Hartman, Joel – Internet and Higher Education, 2013
The authors make the case that implementation of a successful blended learning program requires alignment of institutional, faculty, and student goals. Reliable and robust infrastructure must be in place to support students and faculty. Continuous evaluation can effectively track the impact of blended learning on students, faculty, and the…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Stakeholders, Total Quality Management, Blended Learning
Dziuban, Charles; Moskal, Patsy; Cavanagh, Thomas; Watts, Andre – Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 2012
The authors describe the University of Central Florida's top-down/bottom-up action analytics approach to using data to inform decision-making at the University of Central Florida. The top-down approach utilizes information about programs, modalities, and college implementation of Web initiatives. The bottom-up approach continuously monitors…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Strategic Planning, Research Utilization, Databases
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Pitts, Annette Boyd; Dziuban, Charles; Cornett, Jeffrey W. – Social Education, 2011
Throughout the world, today's students are being characterized as digital natives, the "net generation." This twenty-first-century student cohort is adept at multi-tasking and at using a variety of tools and resources including electronic search engines, blogs, wikis, visual images, videos, gaming platforms, and social networking.…
Descriptors: Grouping (Instructional Purposes), Population Groups, Group Unity, Influence of Technology
Dziuban, Charles; Sullivan, Timothy – 1977
Twenty-three teaching competencies identified as "essential" in a state-wide teacher survey by Florida's Council on Teacher Education (COTE) are reexamined as an aid in producing valid and assessable programs for teacher education. Three hundred and fifty central Florida teachers were questioned to rate the competencies on an…
Descriptors: Competency Based Teacher Education, Evaluation Criteria, Questionnaires, State Surveys
Manning, Patricia C.; Dziuban, Charles – 1981
After needs assessments were conducted in six Florida school districts, strategies were developed for implementing creative and relevant workshops emphasizing curricular innovations and individualized instruction. Procedures and techniques evolved from 50 workshops given to 1500 elementary school teachers. Among the activities were: multimedia…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational Needs, Elementary School Teachers, Inservice Teacher Education