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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Aug 15, 2013 Volume 39, Number 3

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Investigating How Digital Technologies Can Support a Triad-Approach for Student Assessment in Higher Education / Étude des technologies numériques comme appuis à l’évaluation tripartite des étudiants universitaires

    Norm Vaughan, Mount Royal College

    The purpose of this research study was to investigate if and how digital technologies could be used to support a triad-approach for student assessment in higher education. This triad-approach... More

  2. Learning Management Systems and Principles of Good Teaching: Instructor and Student Perspectives / Systèmes de gestion de l'apprentissage et principes d'un bon enseignement: Perspectives de l’enseignant et de l’étudiant

    Alyssa Lai & Philip Savage, McMaster University

    With the prevalence of teaching technologies, studies exploring the use of Learning Management Systems (LMS) in university courses highlight the economic and technical issues of LMS adoption. Yet, ... More

  3. Screen capture technology: A digital window into students' writing processes / Technologie de capture d’écran: une fenêtre numérique sur le processus d’écriture des étudiants

    Jeremie Seror, University of Ottawa

    Technological innovations and the prevalence of the computer as a means of producing and engaging with texts have dramatically transformed the ways in which literacy is defined and developed in... More

  4. Elementary students’ affective variables in a networked learning environment supported by a blog: a case study / Variables affectives des élèves du primaire dans un contexte d'apprentissage en réseau soutenu par un blogue: une étude de cas

    Stéphane Allaire, Pascale Thériault, Vincent Gagnon & Evelyne Lalancette, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi

    This study documents to what extent writing on a blog in a blended learning environment could influence the affective variables of elementary-school students’ writing. We grounded our framework... More

  5. Using cloud-computing applications to support collaborative scientific inquiry: Examining pre-service teachers’ perceived barriers towards integration / Utilisation d'applications infonuagiques pour appuyer la recherche scientifique collaborative

    Joel Donna, University of Minnesota; Brant Miller, University of Idaho

    Technology plays a crucial role in facilitating collaboration within the scientific community. Cloud-computing applications can be used to model such collaboration and support inquiry within the... More

  6. Using Cloud-Computing Applications to Support Collaborative Scientific Inquiry: Examining Pre-Service Teachers' Perceived Barriers to Integration

    Joel D. Donna & Brant G. Miller

    Technology plays a crucial role in facilitating collaboration within the scientific community. Cloud-computing applications, such as Google Drive, can be used to model such collaboration and... More

  7. Screen capture technology: A digital window into students' writing processes / Technologie de capture d’écran: une fenêtre numérique sur le processus d’écriture des étudiants

    Jeremie Seror

    Technological innovations and the prevalence of the computer as a means of producing and engaging with texts have dramatically transformed the ways in which literacy is defined and developed in... More