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College Teaching Vol. 54, No. 1 (2006) pp. 183–184
Much of the focus in the distance education (DE) literature centers around the learner and learning, almost to the exclusion of the teacher and teaching. Consequently, instructors of DE courses have been left suspended in virtual space. This article ...
College Teaching Vol. 55, No. 1 (2007) pp. 33–36
This article reviews three major uses of the concept-mapping strategies for postsecondary learning: the external representation of concept maps as an external scratch pad to represent major ideas and their organization, the mental construction of...
World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2000 (2000) pp. 1302–1303
Much of the focus in the distance education (DE) literature centers around the learner and learning, almost to the exclusion of the teacher and teaching. Consequently, instructors of DE courses have been left suspended in virtual space. This paper ...
Reflections of Researchers Involved in the Evaluation of Pedagogical Technological Innovations in a University Setting
Canadian Journal of Higher Education Vol. 35, No. 1 (2005) pp. 61–84
It is widely assumed that developments in information and communication technologies are fundamentally transforming and improving higher education. As a part of an ongoing evaluation of technology-supported pedagogy in one university, our three-year ...
Supporting the Learning Process with Collaborative Concept Mapping Using Computer-based Communication Tools and Processes
Educational Research and Evaluation Vol. 7, No. 2 (2001) pp. 263–83
Studied the effects of a combination of student collaboration, concept mapping, and electronic technologies with 26 students in a graduate level learning theories class. Findings suggest that concept mapping and collaborative learning techniques...
Access to Educational and Instructional Computer Technologies for Post-Secondary Students with Disabilities: Lessons from Three Empirical Studies
Journal of Educational Media Vol. 25, No. 3 (2000) pp. 179–201
Presents access issues based on three Canadian empirical studies of the use of computer and information technologies by college students with physical, sensory, and learning disabilities. Results of focus groups, interviews, and questionnaires...
Technology Integration for Students with Disabilities: Empirically Based Recommendations for Faculty
Catherine S. Fichten; Jennison V. Asuncion; Maria Barile; Christian Genereux; Myrtis Fossey; Darlene Judd; Chantal Robillard; Christina De Simone; David Wells
Educational Research and Evaluation Vol. 7, No. 2 (2001) pp. 185–221
Examined the computer technology needs and concerns of close to 800 Canadian college and university students with various disabilities in 3 studies. Findings indicate that the overwhelming majority used computers, but that almost half needed some...