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Courduff, Jennifer; Lee, HeeKap; Cannaday, Jessica – Distance Learning, 2021
Global events have changed the fundamental way teachers teach and students learn in the 21st century. Teacher preparation programs have necessarily offered their programs through varied modalities. One specific framework for teaching in different modalities is the community of inquiry framework (CoI). In this study, we utilized CoI to study…
Descriptors: Conventional Instruction, Blended Learning, Electronic Learning, Graduate Students
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Heider, Kelly L. – Distance Learning, 2021
COVID-19 forced a rapid shift from in-person to online learning in both K-12 and postsecondary schools. Some teachers and students adapted well to the shift while others continue to struggle. Common complaints from teachers who struggle in the new distance learning environment are feelings of isolation and burnout. One of the most significant…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Online Courses
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Borror, Jia; Ransdell, Sarah; Binaco, Jenna; Feeser, April – Distance Learning, 2021
The spring of 2020 presented many new challenges for people across the world. In a matter of days, individuals' lives were suddenly and drastically changed in ways they had never before experienced. Businesses and universities were forced to close or go exclusively online, students and educators had to transition to online learning, and…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Educational Change, Conferences (Gatherings), COVID-19
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Wilkie, LeAnn; Rosendale, Joseph A. – Distance Learning, 2021
Instructors and students communicate via email in both online-only and traditional college coursework. Few institutions have guidelines regarding instructor-to-student or student-to-instructor response norms. This article discusses findings from a study investigating undergraduate student instructor email response expectations and perceived…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Electronic Mail, Teacher Student Relationship, College Faculty
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Dottin, Pamela C. – Distance Learning, 2021
Online education increases in popularity for traditional and nontraditional undergraduate students, albeit some learners complete while others drop out. This case study focused on the experiences of 2 groups of Anglophone Caribbean students who enrolled in undergraduate online degree programs in the academic year 2013-2014 at a regional Caribbean…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Online Courses, Undergraduate Students, Educational Technology
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Moorem Charlotte – Distance Learning, 2021
As online education's prevalence increases, postsecondary institutions have not met online learners' mental health needs. In-person learners benefit from accessible and robust campus services and activities to support well-being. However, many postsecondary institutions do not offer teletherapy or comparative social activities. Furthermore, online…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Online Courses, Asynchronous Communication, Freshman Composition
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Messina, Barbara Ann M. – Distance Learning, 2021
The summer of 2020 in New York City COVID-19 caused the closure of onsite university classes necessitating the transition of the onsite post-baccalaureate undergraduate nursing program to an online synchronous distance mediated format. Failing to recognize each student program cohort as unique with the anticipated expectations of their academic…
Descriptors: Nursing Education, Undergraduate Students, Distance Education, Electronic Learning
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Winger, Amy – Distance Learning, 2021
A central component of online learning, asynchronous discussions have the potential to positively impact distance learners in myriad ways. For discussion to be most impactful, best practices associated with online discussion should be implemented, yet discernment regarding such practices too often remains elusive or unimplemented. To address this…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Distance Education, Discussion (Teaching Technique), Asynchronous Communication
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Martinez, Joe – Distance Learning, 2021
With COVID-19 having disrupted K-12 and college education for more than a year now, President Biden has prioritized reopening the majority of K-8 schools within his first 100 days. In addition, the President's American Rescue Plan would provide $170 billion for K-12 schools, colleges, and universities, which could be used for a wide array of…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Barriers, Audio Equipment, Technology Uses in Education
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Ladwig, Adam; Berg-Poppe, Patti J.; Ikiugu, Moses; Ness, Brandon M. – Distance Learning, 2021
Accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, graduate health programs have undertaken greater utilization of online learning, utilizing synchronous and asynchronous online lectures as a replacement for traditional face-to-face instruction. Although supported in previous literature as a method at least equally effective to traditional learning, online…
Descriptors: Andragogy, Graduate Study, Health Programs, COVID-19
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Amanova, Chynar – Distance Learning, 2021
This paper presents a systematic, structured review of research that explicitly underscores teaching/learning aspects of online feminism. Feminist pedagogy was adopted as a theoretical framework in analyzing the content of the articles. This pedagogy acknowledges the diversity of women's experiences and fosters inclusive content delivery in…
Descriptors: Feminism, Teaching Methods, Web Based Instruction, Social Media
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Agarwal, Pakhi; Liao, Jian; Hooper, Simon; Sperling, Rayne – Distance Learning, 2021
Progress monitoring is used to assess a student's performance during the early stages of literacy development. Computerized progress monitoring systems are capable of scoring some progress monitoring measures automatically. However, other measures, such as those involving writing or sign language, are typically scored manually, which is…
Descriptors: Progress Monitoring, Computer Uses in Education, Automation, Scoring
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Sanga, Mapopa W. – Distance Learning, 2021
This study investigated the process through which 32 university instructors went through as they took part in a year-long online excellence academy intended to improve their course delivery skills. For 3 years, the course enrolled a pilot cohort followed by 2 regular classes. The study analyzed benefits the academy provided to participants and…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Electronic Learning, College Faculty, Instructional Improvement
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Bickle, Marianne; Rucker, Ryan – Distance Learning, 2021
Online teaching is becoming increasingly more important and prevalent worldwide as the needs of the environment change. Technological advances certainly play a significant role in the ability to reach learners beyond the physical classroom. Reaching learners, however, does not necessarily equate with effective teaching and learning strategies.…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Improvement, Teacher Effectiveness, Best Practices
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Chavan, Aniketh – Distance Learning, 2021
Media is an integral part of educational technology and has advanced over the years; however, the media and learning debate persists. In his paper "Reconsidering Research on Learning From Media," Clark (1983) stated, "the best current evidence is that media are mere vehicles that deliver instruction but do not influence student…
Descriptors: Physical Therapy, Allied Health Occupations Education, Educational Technology, Educational Media
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