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Internet and Higher Education

January 2009 Volume 12, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Measuring self-regulation in online and blended learning environments

    Lucy Barnard, William Y. Lan, Yen M. To, Valerie Osland Paton & Shu-Ling Lai

    In developing the Online Self-regulated Learning Questionnaire (OSLQ) to address the need for an instrument measuring self-regulation in the online learning environment, this study provides... More

    pp. 1-6

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  2. Development of an instrument to measure perceived cognitive, affective, and psychomotor learning in traditional and virtual classroom higher education settings

    Alfred P. Rovai, Mervyn J. Wighting, Jason D. Baker & Linda D. Grooms

    The purpose of this study was to develop and validate a self-report instrument that can be used to measure learning in the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains. The study underwent three... More

    pp. 7-13

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  3. Empirical assessment of college student-athletes' persistence in e-learning courses: A case study of a U.S. National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) institution

    Anthony J. Nichols & Yair Levy

    In recent years, the application of Information Technologies (IT) has fostered a tremendous growth in e-learning courses at colleges and universities in the United States. Subsequently, some... More

    pp. 14-25

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  4. Cultural diversity in online learning: A study of the perceived effects of dissonance in levels of individualism/collectivism and tolerance of ambiguity

    Marie A. Tapanes, Glenn G. Smith & James A. White

    Online learning courses are hypothesized to be influenced by the instructors' and students' cultural values. This study collected survey data from online instructors and students to analyze the... More

    pp. 26-34

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  5. Personalised virtual learning spaces to support undergraduates in producing research reports: Two case studies

    Marie Källkvist, Stephen Gomez, Holger Andersson & David Lush

    The purpose of this study was to create and evaluate personalised virtual learning spaces (PVLSs) in a course that was previously delivered face-to-face only. The study addressed three related... More

    pp. 35-44

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  6. Learn to use and use to learn: Technology in virtual collaboration experience

    Elena Karpova, Ana-Paula Correia & Evrim Baran

    This study examined how global learning teams utilized technology in a virtual collaboration to solve complex problems. The study offers an in-depth explanation of why and how the learning teams... More

    pp. 45-52

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  7. Podcasting syndication services and university students: Why don't they subscribe?

    Mark J.W. Lee, Charlynn Miller & Leon Newnham

    Partly owing to the status of podcasting as a buzzword and subject of much recent media attention, educational technology researchers and practitioners have been using the term very loosely. Few... More

    pp. 53-59

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