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Paynter, Kelly; Barnes, Jimmy – International Journal on E-Learning, 2021
The authors, veteran online instructors and course designers, work at a university that is in the process of changing its learning management system (LMS) from Blackboard to Canvas. Discover what the literature has to say about student, faculty, and administrator perspectives and preferences when switching to a new LMS and learn about the authors'…
Descriptors: Integrated Learning Systems, Change, College Faculty, College Students
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Shaw, Alicia – International Journal on E-Learning, 2021
The purpose of this paper is to examine the concept of student collaboration and use of technology as a means of teaching; not cheating. For many years, education has centered on the concept of individual students working on problems alone, memorizing some random facts, and then regurgitating the information to the teacher in the form of a test.…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Cooperative Learning, Teaching Methods, Cheating
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Crawford, Caroline M.; Moffett, Noran L.; Wallace, Jennifer Young – International Journal on E-Learning, 2020
Disruptions impacting the teaching and learning aspects of instruction have been realized throughout the Twentieth Century as well as the dawning of the Twenty-First Century with the Information Age also referred to as the Digital Age and even the Fourth Industrial Revolution as artificial intelligence and serious gaming are introduced into the…
Descriptors: Lesson Plans, Models, Curriculum Design, Self Efficacy
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Norton, Priscilla; Hathaway, Dawn – International Journal on E-Learning, 2017
Despite the central role that well organized and structured course content plays in engaging learners, the authors point to the absence of guidelines for organizing content in ways that meet course learning goals. Recognizing the need for a design solution and, perhaps, the need for a new design framework, design patterns are proposed as an…
Descriptors: Course Content, Guidelines, Instructional Design, Online Courses
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Abawi, Karim; Gertiser, Lynn; Idris, Raqibat; Villar, José; Langer, Ana; Chatfield, Alison; Campana, Aldo – International Journal on E-Learning, 2017
Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) is the leading cause of maternal mortality in most developing and low-income countries and the cause of one-quarter of maternal deaths worldwide. With appropriate and prompt care, these deaths can be prevented. With the current and rapidly developing research and worldwide access to information, a lack of knowledge of…
Descriptors: Health Personnel, Medical Education, Distance Education, Access to Information
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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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Johnson, Genevieve – International Journal on E-Learning, 2016
Technology often mediates, and thus influences, written language conventions such as punctuation and capitalization. Fifty university students sent two text messages, one with an alphanumeric multi-press keypad mobile phone (i.e., Nokia 1101) and another with a full QWERTY keypad smartphone (i.e., Apple iPhone 4). Compared to text messages sent…
Descriptors: College Students, Handheld Devices, Written Language, Telecommunications
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Khuzzan, Sharifah Mazlina Syed; Goulding, Jack Steven – International Journal on E-Learning, 2016
Education and training is widely acknowledged as being one of the key factors for leveraging organisational success. However, it is equally acknowledged that skills development and the acquisition of learning through managed cognitive approaches has yet to provide a "perfect" match. Whilst it is argued that an ideal learning scenario…
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Computer Simulation, Skill Development, Preferences
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Reeves, Thomas C.; Bonk, Curtis J. – International Journal on E-Learning, 2015
An argument is presented that the quest for quality teaching and learning in MOOCs should not be limited to merely demonstrating that these innovative learning environments have the same levels of effectiveness as traditional educational approaches (e.g., classroom instruction), but rather that they can exactly go beyond current levels of impact.…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Educational Quality, Instructional Innovation, Teaching Methods
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Williams, Vicki; Su, Nai-Fen – International Journal on E-Learning, 2015
In this age of continual technology advances, educators have become somewhat used to rapid innovation and change brought on by new learning technologies. Higher education institutions are constantly researching new forms of educational delivery, but academe in general has had some difficulty understanding the potential of MOOCs. To date, serious…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Higher Education, Educational Research, Videoconferencing
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Bandi-Rao, Shoba; Devers, Christopher J. – International Journal on E-Learning, 2015
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have demonstrated the potential to deliver quality and cost effective course materials to large numbers of students. Approximately 60% of first-year students at community colleges are underprepared for college-level coursework. One reason for low graduation rates is the lack of the overall college readiness.…
Descriptors: Online Courses, College Readiness, Large Group Instruction, Reading Instruction
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Morrow, Shad – International Journal on E-Learning, 2015
Reexamination of change management strategies has recently come under direct scrutiny in both the realm of the academic and the professional due to the significant shift of brick-and-mortar institutions to virtual organizational structures. As such, the examination of the management of change requires direct inquiry into several defining factors:…
Descriptors: Change Strategies, Transformational Leadership, Evaluation Criteria, Institutional Survival
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Schultz, Thomas L.; Correia, Ana-Paula – International Journal on E-Learning, 2015
This article explores the role of different types of support in corporate online learning programs. Most research has not specifically focused on all of the support factors required to provide a corporate online learning program, although many research studies address several in regards to the research outcome. An effort was made in this article…
Descriptors: Corporate Education, Electronic Learning, Financial Support, Corporate Support
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Arruda, Eucidio Pimenta; Arruda, Durcelina Pimenta – International Journal on E-Learning, 2014
This text discusses the relationship between leisure and education in contemporary society from the perspective of day-to-day use of videogames by young people and its relationship to learning, and specifically school learning. We intend to analyze, in the light of current academic production, the following question: what possible relations are…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Video Games, Leisure Time, Learning
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Fan, Jiang Ping – International Journal on E-Learning, 2014
When the Mayo Effect video went live on the Mayo intranet in June 2010, it was very well received at Mayo Clinic. The message in the video was so effectively delivered that it became an instant sensation across the institution. The video contains about 461 words. In such a short video, every part of its architectural design, whether it is visual,…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Video Technology, Instructional Design, Multimedia Materials
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