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Kuo, Yu-Chun; Tseng, Hungwei; Kuo, Yu-Tung – International Journal on E-Learning, 2020
The paper intended to investigate adult students' Internet self-efficacy, self-regulation, and performance in online learning environments. The relationships between these variables and the effect of student characteristics on Internet self-efficacy and self-regulation were explored. The participants of this study were African American students…
Descriptors: Internet, Self Efficacy, Self Management, African American Students
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De Paepe, Liesbeth; Zhu, Chang; DePryck, Koen – International Journal on E-Learning, 2018
Understanding reasons for drop-out, factors contributing to student satisfaction and strategies for enhancing student retention is fundamental to the success of online (language) courses. This study examines drop-out rates, student satisfaction, retention rates and attainment in fully online elementary-level courses for Dutch as a second language…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Dropout Rate, Academic Persistence, Online Courses
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Scott, Joyce A. – International Journal on E-Learning, 2016
Jones International University (JIU) offers online programs from the associate degree to the doctorate. JIU students are working professionals who seek to improve employability and prospects for advancement. Recognizing that learning in adulthood is social and embedded in the learner's life context, JIU designed instruction to give learners…
Descriptors: Adult Students, Active Learning, Student Projects, Student Evaluation
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Goh, WeiWei; Dexter, Barbara; Self, Richard – International Journal on E-Learning, 2014
The main purpose of this paper is to present a conceptual model for the use of web 2.0 online technologies in order to develop and enhance students' critical thinking skills at higher education level. Wiki is chosen as the main focus in this paper. The model integrates Salmon's 5-stage model (Salmon, 2002) with Garrison's Community of Inquiry…
Descriptors: Models, Web 2.0 Technologies, Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills
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Cacao, Rosario – International Journal on E-Learning, 2013
Using pre-training and post-training paired surveys in e-learning based training courses, we have compared the "expectations of utility," measured at the beginning of an e-learning course, with the "perceptions of utility," measured at the end of the course, and related it with the trainees' motivation. We have concluded that…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Computer Uses in Education, Training, Expectation
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Yoo, Sun Joo; Han, Seung-Hyun – International Journal on E-Learning, 2013
The purpose of this study is to examine employees' acceptance levels towards e-learning in the workplace. By using "The Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology" (UTAUT), our model captured the effect of factors influencing employees' intention to use e-learning in the workplace. Data was collected from 261 employees in a food…
Descriptors: Workplace Learning, Employee Attitudes, Electronic Learning, Intention
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Adams, Jean – International Journal on E-Learning, 2013
Although e-learning has improved in quality, reach and learning impact over the past decade, it can be argued that it has not yet lived up to its potential to transform workplace learning. In the drive to increase effectiveness, interest has grown in blended learning, an instructional strategy that combines the use of web-technologies with more…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Teaching Methods, Outcomes of Education, Comparative Analysis
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Dubois, Cathy; Long, Lori – International Journal on E-Learning, 2012
E-learning researchers face considerable challenges in creating meaningful and generalizable studies due to the complex nature of this dynamic training medium. Our experience in conducting workplace e-learning research led us to create this guide for planning research on e-learning. We share the unanticipated complications we encountered in our…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Course Content, Instructional Design, Program Implementation
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Hendricks, Natheem – International Journal on E-Learning, 2012
This article contributes to the debate about e-learning as a form of adult education. It is based on the experiences of South African students, describes and analyses group interaction in an intercontinental Masters in Adult Education Programme which uses a computer electronic platform as the primary medium for learning and teaching. The article…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Electronic Learning, Adult Education, Cooperative Learning
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Supanakorn-Davila, Supawan; Bolliger, Doris U. – International Journal on E-Learning, 2012
Online training has become popular in the professional development of government employees in Thailand. One large government agency developed an online program to provide training to its employees across the country using two systems: an Internet and Intranet-based system. With the new program implemented, the evaluation of the instructional…
Descriptors: Government Employees, Online Courses, Motivation, Program Effectiveness
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Swierczek, Fredric William; Bechter, Clemens; Chankiew, Jeerawan – International Journal on E-Learning, 2012
Corporate cultural values have a major influence on learning. For learning to be effective it must be adapted to the cultural context in which it takes place. E-learning neither eliminates cultural differences nor is it culture free. This study focuses on two major Indian IT companies with different Corporate Cultures sharing the same expected…
Descriptors: Organizational Culture, Corporations, Information Technology, Electronic Learning
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Fanning, Elizabeth; Bunch, John; Brighton, Catherine – International Journal on E-Learning, 2011
The purpose of this study was to compare the production processes and approaches for user engagement of virtual environments created for learning or commercial and entertainment purposes, specifically through online games and 3-D online spaces. This study used a qualitative, multiple case study approach based on interviews with developers of…
Descriptors: Advertising, Observation, Virtual Classrooms, Innovation
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Gerstein, Jackie – International Journal on E-Learning, 2011
Twitter, the micro blogging tool, has seen unprecedented growth in the past year and is expected to continue into the future. Twitter's power, engagement, and popularity lie in its endless networking opportunities. Its potential as a venue for professional growth and development needs to be explored, discussed, and ultimately used as such. A brief…
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Social Networks, Electronic Publishing, Web Sites
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Madrigal, Osiel; Schreiber, Deborah – International Journal on E-Learning, 2011
This study provides empirical evidence that an information-age mindset exists; it is not necessarily age-specific; and it appears to be related to both the student's interaction with a digital environment over time, and the success or failure while online. Eight of ten identified information-age mindset attributes are significant, and represent…
Descriptors: Evidence, Electronic Learning, Distance Education, Online Courses
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Barczyk, Casimir; Buckenmeyer, Janet; Feldman, Lori – International Journal on E-Learning, 2010
This article presents a four-stage model for mentoring faculty in higher education to deliver high quality online instruction. It provides a timeline that shows the stages of program implementation. Known as the Distance Education Mentoring Program, its major outcomes include certified instructors, student achievement, and the attainment of a…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Higher Education, Mentors, Distance Education
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