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International Journal on E-Learning

April 2019 Volume 18, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Interviewing Principals to Obtain their Perceptions of Certified Teaching Candidates with a Degree from an Online Teaching Program

    Christopher Applegate, Liberty University, United States

    Online education continues to increase in popularity and one degree currently offered is a bachelor degree of education. Once graduates complete their online degree in education, they will begin ... More

    pp. 129-145

  2. Assuring Student Satisfaction of Online Education: A Search for Core Course Design Elements

    Sungwon Shin & Jongpil Cheon, Texas Tech University, United States

    This study investigated to determine the online course design elements that are associated with student online course satisfaction. A total of 90 online courses were reviewed, using the course... More

    pp. 147-164

  3. Authentic Online Discussions: A Narrative Inquiry into Sharing Leadership and Facilitation among Teachers and Students

    Ana-Paula Correia, Cara A. North, Ceren Korkmaz, Vicki Simmerman & Karen Bruce Wallace, The Ohio State University, United States

    Asynchronous discussion is one of the most prevalent pedagogical strategies used in online education, yet this frequency of use has meant that its implementation has often not been supported by a... More

    pp. 165-189

  4. Advanced Instructional Design for Successive E-learning: based on the Successive Approximation Model (SAM)

    Hyojung Jung, Dankook University, Korea (South); Younglong Kim, Oklahoma State University, United States; Hyejeong Lee, Hangyang University, Korea (South); Yoonhee Shin, Hanyang University, Korea (South)

    With its agile and iterative approaches, the Successive Approximation Model (SAM) is suggested as an alternative ISD model for ADDIE. However, few studies have been conducted to provide real-world ... More

    pp. 191-204

  5. An Analysis of Discussion Forum Participation and Student Learning Outcomes

    Jocelyn S. Wikle & Richard E. West, Brigham Young University, United States

    Each year students spend thousands of hours participating in discussion forums. Yet there has not been sufficient scholarship on the observable effects of discussion forums on learning outcomes,... More

    pp. 205-228