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International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design

April 2011 Volume 1, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Dialogues and Perception of Intersubjectivity in a Small Group

    Mei-Chung Lin, Mei-Chi Chen & Chin-Chang Chen, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan

    The core value of Web 2.0 lies in its potential for building technologies that are open, decentralized, and shared. This paper designs group activity to facilitate knowledge building and move on... More

    pp. 1-19

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  2. Podcasts as Learner-Created Content in Higher Education

    Raphael Struck, Heikki Kynäslahti, Lasse Lipponen, Olli Vesterinen & Sanna Vahtivuori-Hänninen, University of Helsinki, Finland

    Using podcasts in higher education has caught more and more attention among educators and researchers, but there is still a strong need for research and academic publications to focus on certain... More

    pp. 20-30

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  3. Investigating Adolescent Bloggers from the Perspective of Creative Subculture

    Maiga Chang, Athabasca University, Canada; Yu-Fang Chang & Eric Liu, National Central University, Taiwan

    This study focuses on the phenomenon of adolescent bloggers’ creativity from adolescent peers’ viewpoints. The participants are five twelve- to eighteen-year-old adolescent bloggers who continue... More

    pp. 31-45

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  4. The Integration of Web2Quest Technology into Multicultural Curriculum in Teacher Education: A Potential for Globalization

    Li-Mei Lin & Chris Ward, Oregon State University, United States

    The study examines the attitudes and past experiences of pre-service teachers and teacher educators in Taiwan and the U.S. regarding the use of Web2Quests to promote multicultural education. The... More

    pp. 46-59

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  5. An Exploration of Students’ Participation, Learning Process, and Learning Outcomes in Web 2.0 Computer Supported Collaborative Learning

    Chun-Yi Shen & Chen-Hsien Wu, Tamkang University, Taiwan

    Many researchers indicate that collaborative learning is an effective strategy to improve students’ learning. Collaborative learning is no longer confined to face-to-face classrooms with the... More

    pp. 60-72

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  6. Discovering the Life Stories of Modern Hakka Mothers in a Classroom

    Hung-Cheng Chen, Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity, Taiwan; Eric Liu & Sheng-Yi Wu, National Central University, Taiwan; Chin-Yu Lin, Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity, Taiwan

    This study examines the life stories of Hakka mothers by a systematic approach in a classroom. In order to grasp a vivid portrait of the so-called “Hakka Mother”, a series of courses that allow... More

    pp. 73-85

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