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

Nov 04, 2019


Saul Carliner

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Number of papers: 198

  1. Community of Practice and Community of Inquiry: A Question of Practicality

    Roger Antonio Chambers, University of North Texas, United States

    Learning theories and framework have continued their evolution with consideration of technology and the affordances of virtual connections. Social constructivist learning theorists have agreed that... More

    pp. 1265-1269

  2. Effective Online Course Design in a Learning Management System Has Strong Impacts on Student Learning Achievement: A Case Study at a University in Iowa

    Dan Dao, Distance and Online Education, United States; Evans Ochola, Teaching and Learning, United States

    Abstract: This qualitative case study explored professors’ perceptions of effective online content design and online course format in the Canvas learning management system on student learning... More

    pp. 1270-1279

  3. Student Perceptions of Video-Based Discussions in Online and Blended Learning

    Peggy Delmas & Pamela Moore, University of South Alabama, United States

    Given the demand for online learning and the need to retain students in online courses, higher education institutions and their faculty spend a great deal of resources on methods to provide... More

    pp. 1280-1286

  4. Reaching Every Student in the Digital Age: A Showcase of UDL Strategies in a Large Online Course

    Aisha Haynes, University of South Carolina - Center for Teaching Excellence, United States

    The author will explore how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Universal Design for Instruction (UDI) strategies were implemented in SPTE 274, Computer Applications in Hospitality, Retail and ... More

    pp. 1287-1292

  5. Educators Moving Forward Towards the 22nd Century

    Therese Kanai, American College of Education, United States

    This paper will focus upon the endless possibilities that those in the field of education are currently experiencing. Educational software from preschool through graduate studies has continually... More

    pp. 1293-1297

  6. Case Study on the Implementation of Real-Time Video-conferencing Class to promote basic academic achievement

    Eun-joo Lee, Korean Educational Development Institute, Korea (South)

    open secondary school in korea is one of the online based educational institutions 82 percent of open secondary school students are adults who are more than 20 and mainly consist students of 40s... More

    pp. 1298-1301

  7. Audio, Graphics, and Text…Oh My! Improving Instructor Presence Through Effective Instructional Message Design

    Sharonda Lipscomb, University of North Texas / University of Arkansas at Little Rock, United States

    The online classroom provides a much different social environment than that of the traditional face-to-face classroom. The role and presence of the online instructor plays an integral part in the... More

    pp. 1302-1306

  8. Designing Discussions for Meaningful Interaction

    Kelly McKenna, Colorado State University, United States

    This session presents best practices for creating engaging online community, with a focus on how this can be achieved through meaningful interactive discussions. In particular, we investigate the... More

    pp. 1307-1309

  9. Using Video Tools in MOODLE: The POODLL Case

    Nathaniel Ostashewski, Agnieszka Palalas, Susan Moisey & Susan Bainbridge, Athabasca University, Canada

    This paper presents preliminary results of a study exploring student engagement with the PoodLL video tool. The PoodLL video tool is a Moodle LMS module which allows learners as well as instructors... More

    pp. 1310-1313

  10. Moving from Blackboard to Canvas: What the Research Says, Plus Two Professors’ Experiences

    Kelly Paynter & Jimmy Barnes, Jacksonville State University, United States

    The authors, veteran online instructors and course designers, work at a university that is in the process of changing its learning management system (LMS) from Blackboard to Canvas. Discover what... More

    pp. 1314-1320

  11. Course Redesign and its Impact on Student Success

    Rebecca Showalter & Corneliu Chiorescu, Georgia Military College, United States

    Course design is often seen as one of the biggest predictors of student outcomes in a course (e.g., Peled, Eshet, Barczyk, & Grinautski, 2019). The current study is motivated by the need to better ... More

    pp. 1321-1326

  12. Gaining & Sustaining Learners’ Attention: A Proposed Study of Students’ Perceptions and Effect on Learning

    Monica Surrency, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide, United States; Jim Solti & Felix De Brito, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, United States

    This in progress research study examines the attention and relevance categories of Keller’s ARCS model. An undergraduate asynchronous online course about mechanical and structural factors in... More

    pp. 1327-1333

  13. Difficulties Of Vietnamese Learners In Producing The Final-Constant Sounds And The Solution To These Problems

    My Tran, Bac Lieu High School, Vietnam

    This preliminary case-study aims to see whether the “Record-Replay” method has some influence on the learners’ abilities to produce the final-consonant sounds of English or not. After a four-week ... More

    pp. 1334-1340

  14. The Role of Media in Learning and Teaching

    Reem Ali Almazyad, University of North Texas, Saudi Arabia

    Nowadays, most of the educators use media in their teaching process. However, Clark and Kozma have different views about the effectiveness of media in learning and teaching. This paper demonstrates... More

    pp. 1341-1344

  15. Backward Design Plus: Taking the Learning Context into Consideration

    Chrystal Dean, Appalachian State University, United States

    Understanding by Design (UbD) is a theory of instructional design authored and promoted by Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe (2005). The UbD approach focuses on a backward design (BD) approach to... More

    pp. 1345-1348

  16. The Influence of Academic Discipline, Cognitive Style, and Spatial Ability on Female Students’ Learning Outcomes

    Natalie Toomey & Misook Heo, Duquesne University, United States

    This study investigated differences in learning outcomes among female students from different academic discipline categories and among individuals’ self-rated cognitive style, while controlling for... More

    pp. 1349-1354

  17. Virtual Reality for Career and Technical Education

    Mark Carroll, Sara Shaw & Peter Schrader, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States

    Virtual reality (VR) has proven itself to be a viable and ecologically valid tool for learning. In an educational context, simulated environments allow users to engage in an extensive range of... More

    pp. 1355-1363

  18. A promise unfulfilled: Why mobile learning hasn't improved education in Africa

    Solen Feyissa & Senenge Andzenge, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, United States

    Mobile learning was thought to be the vehicle that would spread education to millions of people across the emerging economies of Africa and the world. To-date that vision is largely unrealized.... More

    pp. 1364-1367