Browse by Subject "online education"
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A complex orientation to embodiment in online education: making online educational spaces more engaging and more socially just (2014-01-16)This dissertation argues that, in order to create more engaging and socially just online educational spaces, a complex orientation to embodiment is needed. A complex orientation to embodiment includes critique, care, and ...
An Exploration of the Relationship Between Indicators of the Community of Inquiry Framework and Retention in Online Programs (2009)As the growth of online programs continues to rapidly accelerate, concern over retention is increasing. Models for understanding student persistence in the face-to-face environment are well established, however, the many ...
(SYMPOSIUM JOURNALS, 2007)Online distance education programs are populated by adult learners who try to continue or complete their education without having to leave their jobs or places of residence. Their work environment becomes not just their ...
(DonEl Learning Inc., 2005-10)The use of the Internet has produced a great transformation on people’s lives and on the way that people do things. And although the changes brought about by the use of the Internet have not transformed campus teaching ...
(iSchools, 2014-03-01)Confronted by the challenges posed by the development of massive, open, online courses, design in information science research takes on a unique ontological character. Not simply a progression from human needs toward ...
Lights, cameras, action: Using video to create instructor presence in an online information studies course (iSchools, 2013-02)By definition, social presence involves making individuals feel connected and part of a community. Yet, creating social presence among the students and the instructor does not happen automatically and can be challenging ...
(Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes, 2004)http://www.uaa.mx/direcciones/difusion/publicaciones/vertiente.html. This articles expands on the issues that faculty and institutions face when moving a class or a program from face to face to online teaching. A continuum ...
(iSchools, 2014-03-01)This paper reviews pedagogical approaches of Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and its implications to iSchool online courses. Massive enrollment could help instructors and students to use collective wisdom of "crowd-sourcing" ...
(2011-12)My research question explores the effect of web systems and e-learning websites of courses at the University of Illinois on the learning process and educational experiences of the students. I explains how the inclusion of ...
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