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Shang, Hui-Fang – International Journal on E-Learning, 2023
With the rapid advancement of technology, integration of computer-mediated communication (CMC) has been widely used in recent English as a foreign language teaching and learning. Despite the prevalence of online CMC discussions, previous studies have not drawn conclusive results, and empirical evidence on how online discussions affect student…
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Peer Relationship, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Davis, Sandra – International Journal on E-Learning, 2021
Participation and sense of belonging are important to student success. As the number of students involved in distance education increases, existing methods of communicating in distance education programs should be examined to ensure that all students feel comfortable participating in class discussions. We studied class participation in a fully…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Discussion Groups, Student Participation, Graduate Students
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Mistretta, Sharon – International Journal on E-Learning, 2021
The abrupt pivot to online teaching and learning during the Spring semester of 2020 because of worldwide stay-at-home directives left educators and their stakeholders with few guidelines to enact teaching and learning in online platforms. Network etiquette, coined as netiquette in 1995 by Intel (Hambridge, 1995), established nascent directives…
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Prosocial Behavior, Online Courses, Electronic Learning
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Uttal, Lynet; Gloria, Alberta M. – International Journal on E-Learning, 2021
Many instructors question the move to online teaching and learning and it is often met with resistance as they fear that on-line learning will be more structurally didactic. In particular, one of the major concerns is that the value of face-to-face discussions will be lost. This is a core concern for courses that require the development of…
Descriptors: Reflection, Self Concept, Undergraduate Students, Online Courses
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Mathew, Ivy Rose – International Journal on E-Learning, 2020
Interactions are vital for any learning, be it in a classroom learning or e-learning. While e-learning is reaching its bloom in many parts of the world it is equally gaining popularity among African nations. The situation in Botswana is not different from other African nations. Many of the e-learning institutions are now claiming that they offer…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Learning Experience, Foreign Countries, Teacher Student Relationship
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Cleary, Yvonne; Slattery, Darina M.; Marcus-Quinn, Ann – International Journal on E-Learning, 2018
Higher education institutions are under increasing pressure to offer online postgraduate programmes. Although it is reasonably common to convert existing programmes to online or blended delivery modes, it is unusual to offer a programme simultaneously in online, on-campus, and blended delivery modes. This paper describes the authors' experiences…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Blended Learning, Conventional Instruction, Electronic Learning
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Deng, Liping – International Journal on E-Learning, 2018
Accompanying the rise of Web 2.0 technologies in the past decade is the growing interest in applying the tools in supporting student learning through participation. This paper reports on a systematic review of empirical studies on educational use of wiki, a popular Web 2.0 tools, in the higher education context. In particular, it focuses on how…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Collaborative Writing, Web 2.0 Technologies, Editing
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Kelsen, Brent; Flowers, Simeon – International Journal on E-Learning, 2018
Personality traits are believed to affect both learner ability and group dynamics and cohesion. Another central element influencing how individuals perform in group settings stems from their motivation to collaborate. This article explores the relationship between personality traits, motivation for collaboration and participation of university…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Personality Traits, Student Motivation, Cooperative Learning
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Wilcox, Gabrielle; Lock, Jennifer – International Journal on E-Learning, 2017
The purpose of the study was to investigate practicum students' perceptions of their experience with an online practicum course in an Applied School Psychology graduate program. With the use of synchronous and asynchronous communication technology, the instructor and students met in the online environment to engage in discussion with regard to…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Student Attitudes, Student Experience, Online Courses
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Haj-Bolouri, Amir; Flensburg, Per – International Journal on E-Learning, 2017
Previous research on e-learning elucidates the notion of presence and learning. Scholars have conceptualized different concepts and theories based on the idea of distance education and learning. However, the "experience" of learning has been overshadowed with emphasizes on pedagogical models for social presence, theories on how to…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Teaching Methods, Distance Education, Teacher Student Relationship
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Ivy, Karen Lynne-Daniels – International Journal on E-Learning, 2017
This paper shares the findings of a study conducted on a virtual inter-cultural global leadership development learning project. Mixed Methods analysis techniques were used to examine the interviews of U.S. and Uganda youth project participants. The study, based on cultural and social constructivist learning theories, investigated the effects of…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Online Courses, Cooperative Learning, Interviews
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Maglajlic, Seid – International Journal on E-Learning, 2016
This paper describes the implementation of a framework for the construction and utilization of social networks in ELearning. These social networks aim to enhance collaboration between all E-Learning participants (i.e. both traineeto-trainee and trainee-to-tutor communication are targeted). E-Learning systems that include a so-called "social…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Network Analysis, Electronic Learning, Guidelines
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Zhou, Mingming; Chua, Bee Leng – International Journal on E-Learning, 2016
This study examined students' views on a blended learning environment designed for 29 in-service teachers in Singapore enrolled in an educational research method course. Their self-report data highlighted that students' prior knowledge and the amount and difficulty of content covered in the course affected the effectiveness of blended learning…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Blended Learning, Prior Learning, Metacognition
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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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Walters, Kelley Jo; Henry, Patricia; Vinella, Michael; Wells, Steve; Shaw, Melanie; Miller, James – International Journal on E-Learning, 2015
Providing transparent written feedback to doctoral students is essential to the learning process and preparation for the capstone. The purpose of this study was to conduct a qualitative exploration of faculty feedback on benchmark written assignments across multiple, online doctoral programs. The Corpus for this analysis included 236 doctoral…
Descriptors: Computational Linguistics, Feedback (Response), Graduate Students, College Faculty
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