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E-Learn 2013--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

Oct 21, 2013


Theo Bastiaens; Gary Marks

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Number of papers: 417

  1. From One-on-One Consultation to Cohort-based Approach: An Evolving Process to Support Collaborative Online Course Design and Faculty Learning Community

    Lujean Baab & Deyu Hu, Virginia Tech, United States

    This paper describes the results of integrating a cohort approach to instructional design structured through professional development with one-on-one consultation to improve collaborative online... More

    pp. 1041-1046

  2. Redesigning an Algebra for Precalculus Course

    Brian Beaudrie, Dana Ernst & Barbara Boschmans, Northern Arizona University, United States

    In the fall of 2011, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Northern Arizona University began the process of redesigning the delivery of three freshman-level mathematics courses from a... More

    pp. 1047-1055

  3. Organizing the Course Layout within a Course Management System through Element, Grouping, and Ordering Structures

    Joanne Beriswill, Mississippi State University, United States

    Organizing a course layout within a Course Management System (CMS) can be a daunting task. This best practices session provides a plethora of examples for determining the element, grouping, and... More

    p. 1056

  4. E-Learning based Guide to Business Process Management for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises – An Open Online Course of the Virtual University of Bavaria for Continuing Education

    Freimut Bodendorf, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

    The BPM@KMU course offered by the Virtual University of Bavaria aims at supporting the implementation of BPM at SMEs by providing an E-Learning based guide. The project was funded by the European... More

    p. 1057

  5. Perceptions of Achievement and Satisfaction as Related to Interactions in Online Courses

    Kristi Bordelon, Teacher Education University, United States

    Students have been documented as achieving and reporting satisfaction in online instructional environments. However, the perception still exists that isolation from the instructor and other... More

    pp. 1058-1065

  6. Bloom’s Taxonomy: a useful companion for ADDIE

    Celina Byers, University of Minnesota, United States

    Bloom’s Taxonomy provides an excellent framework to complement the instructional design process. It is even more useful in the final phases of course design or enhancement when faculty will be... More

    pp. 1066-1067

  7. Online Social Network Instructional Model for Students in Faculty of Education, Srinakharinwirot University

    Kanokphon Chantanarungpak, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand, Thailand

    For learning, there are various ways to communicate to each other. Online social network is one that widely used based on Web 2.0 technology. Instructors and Students can communicate to each other ... More

    pp. 1068-1074

  8. Design of SMART Teaching and Learning System for Informatics Gifted Students

    JeongWon Choi, Dept. of Computer Education, Korea National University of Education, Korea (South); Eunkyung Lee, Korea Institute for Curriculum and Evaluation, Korea (South); Youngjun Lee, Dept. of Computer Education, Korea National University of Education, Korea (South)

    The purpose of this research is to design SMART Teaching and Learning that strengthens computational thinking ability of the gifted information technology students based on the SMART education... More

    pp. 1075-1080

  9. Instructional Strategies Contributing to Online Students’ Learning Outcomes in Collaborative Projects

    Chiuchu Chuang & Irina Falls, University of North Carolina Pembroke, United States

    The paper reports the findings of a study examining the instructional strategies that contribute to students’ learning outcomes from collaborative team projects (CTP) in undergraduate level virtual... More

    pp. 1081-1083

  10. Multimedia and Accessibility in Online Courses

    Hui-Ya Chuang & David Wolf, Empire State College, United States

    More universities are providing online or distance courses nowadays, however, it is also a challenge for teachers and instructional designers to create effective online courses in different subject... More

    p. 1084

  11. Relationship-Building in Online Counseling Courses

    Gina Cicco, St. John's University, United States

    The widespread expansion of online course offerings in graduate counselor education programs calls upon educational researchers to examine the processes of teaching, learning, assessment, and... More

    pp. 1085-1091

  12. Science Instruction at a Distance: What can we see?

    Cynthia Clark, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States

    Can eLearning provide effective learning environments for secondary science students? In order to answer this question, we must first understand what an online secondary science course “looks” like... More

    pp. 1092-1101

  13. Batman Meets Gagne: Analyzing Commercial Video Game Instruction through the Lens of Instructional Design

    Susan Copp, Rebecca Fisher, Tian Luo, Seann Dikkers & David Moore, Ohio University, United States

    Abstract: This paper will examine how Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction (1992) may appear, perhaps inadvertently, within commercial games that guide the user from novice to expert player. By... More

    pp. 1102-1108

  14. Teaching Digital Citizenship to Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Lesley Farmer, California St. University Long Beach, United States

    At this point in time, the vast majority of of teenagers use the Internet and have mobile devices. However, technology use does not equate with safe and responsible use. Youth with Autism Spectrum ... More

    pp. 1109-1112

  15. Determining the effectiveness of pedagogical learning agents in a self-management health program for older adults living with COPD.

    Donna Feledichuk, University of Alberta, Canada

    This is a brief paper outlining the rationale for a study currently being conducted on the effectiveness of pedagogical learning agents in a computer-based self-management healthcare training... More

    pp. 1113-1120

  16. A Longitudinal Study of Student Achievement in Traditional and Online Sections of an Undergraduate Macroeconomics Course

    Susan Glanz, St. John's University, NY, United States

    This paper evaluates the empirical results concerning the effectiveness of on campus and online economics instruction. The sample examined consists of undergraduate students enrolled in an... More

    pp. 1121-1129

  17. Bring Your Own Learning Management System

    Kendall Hartley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States

    The development of learning environments is a key responsibility of educators. The greater dependence upon learning management systems in educational organizations has had a significant impact on... More

    pp. 1130-1134

  18. These Aren't the Droids You're Looking For: Anticipating Participant Mind Tricks in Pilot Study Feedback Responses

    James Hatten & Laurene Christensen, National Center on Educational Outcomes, United States

    The motion picture Star Wars features a famous scene where a Jedi mentor shows off his skills to get a foe to repeat his wants: "These aren't the droids you're looking for ..." Researchers and... More

    pp. 1135-1136

  19. Predicting factors of Online Learning Effectiveness

    Minyan He, CLU, United States

    As online learning is an important part of higher education, the effectiveness of online learning has been tested with different methods. Although the literature regarding online learning... More

    p. 1137

  20. Using Scanning Apps on Smart Phones to Perform Continuous Formative Assessments of Student Problem-Solving Skills During Instruction in Mathematics and Science Classes

    Norman Herr, California State University, Northridge, United States; Marty Tippens, Woodbury University, United States

    Mathematics and science teachers can now collect samples of student diagrams and multi-step solutions in real-time to make formative assessments of student skills. Students draw their diagrams or ... More

    pp. 1138-1143