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Baldwin, Sally J.; Ching, Yu-Hui – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
This study examines users' perceptions of an online course design checklist. We created the Online Course Design Checklist (OCDC) to help highlight very basic criteria that may improve the quality of online courses. The OCDC highlights criteria that should not be ignored during online course development. It is based on components of established…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Check Lists, Instructional Design, Educational Quality
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Cai, Jin; Yang, Harrison Hao; Gong, Di; MacLeod, Jason; Zhu, Sha – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
The flipped classroom has gained much attention for its pedagogical success in higher education. However, continued use of this technology-supported instructional approach has been problematic. To support the success and continuation of flipped classroom implementation, this study employs structural equation modeling techniques to examine the…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Self Efficacy, Computer Literacy, Pedagogical Content Knowledge
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Shin, Donghee; Park, Seyoung – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
As an instructional material, 3D instructions afford people to learn procedural-manipulative tasks. Observing and emulating motions presented in 3D animations is important in learning contexts. This study examined the effects of visual cueing in an effort to identify the optimal way to present information in a 3D virtual environment. While…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Creativity, Computer Software, Animation
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Lin, Shu-Yuan; Xie, Ying – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
Student-generated tagclouds provided an intuitive overview of a group of learners' collective knowledge. Although such tagclouds may have the potential to be used as effective learning tools, it has not been clear how students use this tool for knowledge construction. In this paper, we report a two-stage study that investigated college students'…
Descriptors: Computer Software, College Students, Concept Mapping, Intervention
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Luo, Tian; Xie, Quan – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
Extant literature on social media in education highlights the importance of improving social media-supported learning environments. This study adds to the literature by examining students' perception and participation for three types of Twitter-based instrumental activities--backchanneling, exploring hashtags, and topics discussion--in two unique…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Case Studies, Communications, Teaching Methods
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Shang, Hui-Fang – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
Plagiarism is often considered as cheating, dishonesty, copying, or moral failing in writing because it is the act of stealing others' language and ideas without proper citation or paraphrasing. However, this idea is not universally shared because people from different cultural backgrounds are likely to conceptualize plagiarism differently. To…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Plagiarism, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Vázquez-Cano, Esteban; González, Ana Isabel Holgueras; Sáez-López, José Manuel – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
This article presents an analysis of the orthographic errors found in university students' asynchronous digital writing. A university and a society belonging to the twenty-first century require students and professionals who can use their language correctly in any context, device and mode of communication. The research was based on a sample of…
Descriptors: Spelling, Error Patterns, College Students, Writing (Composition)
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Saini, Charu; Abraham, Jessy – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
The proliferation of social media over the past two decades has compelled the educators and researchers to explore the ways and means by which these technologies have affected the education system. One of the main challenges is to assess the perceptions of the various stakeholders involved. The purpose of this study is to build a model that…
Descriptors: Social Media, Teaching Methods, Structural Equation Models, Preservice Teachers
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Berry, Sharla – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
In this qualitative case study, the researcher draws on interviews with 13 faculty in an online doctoral program to find out how professional development offerings strengthened distance instructors' technical, pedagogical and content knowledge. Findings suggest that guided practice sessions in the virtual classroom strengthened newer faculty…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Distance Education, Online Courses, Case Studies
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Yildiz Durak, Hatice – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
Social network sites (SNSs) has a big potential to improve teaching and learning experience. It has become a necessity for teachers to transfer this technologies to learning environments has become a requirement. For this reason, the use of SNSs in the education process of preservice teachers who are the teachers of the future and examination of…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Teaching Methods, Learning Experience, Preservice Teacher Education
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Doleck, Tenzin; Bazelais, Paul; Lemay, David John – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2018
It is widely recognized and accepted that behavioral intention is the key direct determinant of technology use and the majority of research continues to promote this practice. Yet the influence of behavioral intention (i.e., an individual's conscious plan to use a technology) has been called into question more recently, as behavioral intention…
Descriptors: Computer Attitudes, Intention, Technology Uses in Education, Electronic Learning
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Alzahrani, Ahmed Ibrahim; Al-Samarraie, Hosam; Eldenfria, Atef; Alalwan, Nasser – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2018
The understanding of the design of mobile phones is somewhat different from other devices and products. This is properly due to the limited design capacity of mobile phones which need to be maintained within a small screen. One aspect for consideration is the relationship between certain design elements and users' usage behavior and perception of…
Descriptors: Design, Handheld Devices, Decision Making, Use Studies
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García Botero, Gustavo; Questier, Frederik; Cincinnato, Sebastiano; He, Tao; Zhu, Chang – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2018
Research on mobile learning indicates that students perceive mobile devices mainly as communication and entertainment tools. Therefore, a key factor in successful mobile learning implementation is the initial measurement of students' acceptance of those devices into their learning. Countless language applications available suggest that mobile…
Descriptors: College Students, Electronic Learning, Computer Attitudes, Computer Assisted Instruction
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Dumford, Amber D.; Miller, Angie L. – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2018
As the popularity of online education continues to rise, many colleges and universities are interested in how to best deliver course content for online learners. This study explores the ways in which taking courses through an online medium impacts student engagement, utilizing data from the National Survey of Student Engagement. Data was analyzed…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Higher Education, Educational Benefits, Learner Engagement
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Oh, Eunjung Grace; Huang, Wen-Hao David; Hedayati Mehdiabadi, Amir; Ju, Boreum – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2018
The purpose of this paper is to explore and compare learners' critical thinking and interaction during an asynchronous online discussion when peer- or instructor-facilitation was provided. Current literature on online discussion reveals a controversy between peer facilitation and instructor facilitation regarding their strengths and weaknesses.…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Asynchronous Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Facilitators (Individuals)
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