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Journal of Agricultural Education

2012 Volume 53, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Verbal Immediacy and Audio/Video Technology Use in Online Course Delivery: What Do University Agricultural Education Students Think?

    Theresa Pesl Murphrey, Shannon Arnold, Billye Foster & Shannon H. Degenhart

    As demand for online course delivery increases, it is imperative that those courses be delivered in an effective and efficient manner. While technologies are offering increasingly new and... More

    pp. 14-27

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  2. Technology Acceptance Related to Second Life[TM], Social Networking, Twitter[TM], and Content Management Systems: Are Agricultural Students Ready, Willing, and Able?

    Theresa Pesl Murphrey, Tracy A. Rutherford, David L. Doerfert, Leslie D. Edgar & Don W. Edgar

    Technology has the potential to improve education but only if it is applied with purpose and consideration of the audience. Understanding technology's role in education goes beyond the comparison... More

    pp. 56-70

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  3. Investigating Students' Satisfaction with eLearning Courses: The Effect of Learning Environment and Social Presence

    Robert Strong, Travis L. Irby, J Thomas Wynn & Megan M. McClure

    Student demand and budget shortages have influenced the need for land-grant institutions to offer online courses. Research has identified that online courses broaden the reach of land-grant... More

    pp. 98-110

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  4. Experiential Learning Using Second Life[R]: A Content Analysis of Student Reflective Writing

    Holli R. Leggette, Christy Witt, Kim E. Dooley, Tracy Rutherford, Theresa Pesl Murphrey, David Doerfert & Leslie D. Edgar

    Experiential learning allows students to connect previous experiences with new ideas. Second Life (SL) is a virtual world that allows students to simulate real-world experiences. SL was utilized as... More

    pp. 124-136

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