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E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning

Nov 14, 2016

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Number of papers: 212

  1. Leadership, Medication Administration, and Knowledge Retention: A Quality Improvement Project

    Pamela Treister, New York Institute of Technology, United States

    A leadership and quality improvement project was undertaken in order to assist undergraduate baccalaureate nursing students in knowledge retention for medication administration during their senior ... More

    pp. 1280-1286

  2. Motivation, Interaction and Perceived learning: assessing the impact of an urban game with 7th grade geography students

    Liliana Vieira & Clara Coutinho, University of Minho, Portugal

    The increasing development of mobile technology devices is revolutionizing education. In this context emerge the mobile location-based games. This research was carried out in an effort to... More

    pp. 1287-1295

  3. Feedback in the Learning Loop - how Moodle data help us steer progress –

    Andreas Baumgart, HAW HamburgUniversity of Applied Sciences Hamburg, Germany

    Learning relies on feedback from teachers or – as a cheaper alternative – from computers. We want this feedback to describe the discrepancy between expected and observed competences – in order to... More

    pp. 1296-1306

  4. Informal Technology Coaching: Using Pre-Service Teacher Field Experiences to Support K-12 Flipped Classroom Instruction

    Antoinette Bruciati & Maria Lizano-DiMare, Sacred Heart University, United States

    This paper describes a pilot field experience component that is part of an online graduate level course in educational technology for pre-service teacher candidates. As part of the field experience... More

    pp. 1307-1312

  5. E-Learning: Where Do I Begin ?

    Walaiwad Chaiyabutr, Sukhothaithammathirat Open University, Thailand

    Information technology has influenced all walks of life in Thailand. This can be clearly seen from the use of technological tools by Thai people: The popularity of social media has mushroomed among... More

    pp. 1313-1320

  6. Using Data Visualization to Assess Faculty Development for eLearning Teaching and Learning

    Sara Frizelle & Andreas Brockhaus, University of Washington Bothell, United States

    As online, hybrid, and web-enhanced instruction become more pervasive in higher education, and as many faculty become more technologically savvy, college and university leaders continue to be... More

    pp. 1321-1326

  7. Addressing the public health problem of bullying in middle school and elementary school via a brief online e-health avatar-cartoon video intervention

    Felicia Gokool-Sheikh, Together in Unity, LLC, United States

    This study addressed the public health problem of bullying among children in middle school and elementary school. By using an avatar-cartoon video intervention, the study was designed to... More

    pp. 1327-1335

  8. Benefits and Challenges of Applying Research Based Wiggins Backward Design Model to Standardized Curriculum for an Online University

    Elizabeth Hansen, Independence Univerisity, United States

    In 2014 and 2015 Independence University started a curriculum redevelopment agenda to enhance standardized curriculum by teaming Subject Matter Experts with a trained professional in curriculum... More

    pp. 1336-1339

  9. Towards a Persuasive Design Pattern for a Gamified M-Learning Environment

    Ferial Khaddage, Deakin College, School of IT, Deakin University Melbourne Australia, Australia; Christoph Lattemann, Jacobs University Management and Economics, Germany; Helen Crompton, Darden College of Education Old Dominion University, United States

    New innovative technologies create opportunities for persuasive engagement. Persuasive technology is all about software, systems and applications designed to hook, reinforce, change and shape the... More

    pp. 1340-1349

  10. Design of Compatible Board for Physical Computing Education in 2015 Revised Curriculum

    DongGyu Lee & Youngjun Lee, Korea National University of Education, Korea (South)

    In the information society, many people use computer. And computer have important roles in industry. Therefore, software’s scale is larger than past. Thus software education that learn ability... More

    pp. 1350-1355

  11. Designing eMentoring Training through Authentic Learning Principles at the Interface of Higher Education Studies and Working Life

    Irja Leppisaari & Helena Åkerlund, Centria University of Applied Sciences, Finland

    Mentoring is recognised as an effective learning method in the transition from higher education to working life. Digitization of education brings new challenges to mentoring competencies and... More

    pp. 1356-1365

  12. Importance of Formative Assessment for Virtual Lab Instruction

    Gerri Light & Mary Alberici, Western Governors University, United States

    Providing virtual laboratory and hands on instruction and practice is a growing aspect of online education for a number of reasons. Virtual lab environments provide online students with a range of... More

    pp. 1366-1370

  13. A Proposal for Implementing e-Learning and e-OSCE in Med-nursing Education

    Hsin-Hsin Lin & Tzong-Song Wang, Tajen University, Taiwan; Chen-Ying Su, National Quemoy University, Taiwan; Chun-Yan Li, Po-Sen Huang, Wen-Ho Chuo, Meng-Chuan Wen & Daih-Huang Kuo, Tajen University, Taiwan

    This article aims to explore how to employ assimilating mobile technology to enhance learning efficiency of students. The study focuses on combining med-nursing clinical learning with mobile... More

    pp. 1371-1374

  14. Faculty Development Initiative for Converting F2F Courses into Online Courses

    Maria Lizano-DiMare & Antoinette Bruciati, Sacred Heart University, United States

    With faculty development changes in practice from traditional face-to-face to online delivery modalities, this paper describes an initiative for faculty at a College of Education whereby pre... More

    pp. 1375-1380

  15. Presentational Writing: Summative or Formative Assessment Online

    Nathan Love, Western Kentucky University, United States

    This presentation examines of value of multiple learner submissions per written assignment in French within a window of opportunity with feedback from the teacher. The feedback contains both... More

    pp. 1381-1384

  16. An Evaluation Framework for Adaptive and Intelligent Tutoring Systems

    Tiina Lynch & Ioana Ghergulescu, Adaptemy, Ireland

    Evaluation frameworks for adaptive and intelligent tutoring systems have largely focused on their prediction power or user experience. However, neither subjective or objective method alone is... More

    pp. 1385-1390

  17. Exploring change in graduate students’ perceptions of web-based education throughout an asynchronous course

    Maria Mama Timotheou, Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture, Cyprus

    This paper presents the main findings of a UK study exploring graduate students’ perceptions of web-based education, with a specific focus on their change over time, throughout an asynchronous... More

    pp. 1391-1404

  18. Bringing Real-time Collaboration to the Non-Majors BiologyOnline Learning Environment Supporting Engagement and Team Building

    Mary Parker, University of Houston Downtown, United States

    Biology 1310/1312 are core life and physical science courses which all non-major undergraduates may choose as options to complete their core requirements. With UHD’s current level of 14,400... More

    pp. 1405-1410

  19. “Digital Natives” at Traditional University: How Ready are they for Online Learning?

    Michelle Read, Matthew Eichler, Joshua Book, Patrick Smith & Komal Gandhi, Texas State University, United States

    In the academic year 2015-2016, staff and faculty at a traditionally brick-and-mortar central Texas university that has seen an increasing number of courses being delivered online wanted to provide... More

    pp. 1411-1416

  20. The Impact of Building a Better Text on Literacy Pedagogy

    Katherine Robbins, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, United States

    The 21st century has seen the emergence of instruction-rich digital texts. These texts provide unique affordances, like hearing the text read aloud, multimedia, built in questions, and the ability ... More

    pp. 1417-1422