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Internet and Higher Education

July 2014 Volume 22, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Psychological characteristics in cognitive presence of communities of inquiry: A linguistic analysis of online discussions

    Srecko Joksimovic, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Canada; Dragan Gasevic, School of Computing and Information Systems, Canada; Vitomir Kovanovic, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Canada; Olusola Adesope, College of Education, United States; Marek Hatala, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Canada

    Benefits of social interaction for learning have widely been recognized in educational research and practice. The existing body of research knowledge in computer supported collaborative learning ... More

    pp. 1-10

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  2. Using digital storytelling to externalise personal knowledge of research processes: The case of a Knowledge Audio repository

    Patient Rambe, Department of Business Support Studies, Central University of Technology Private Bag 20539, South Africa; Shepherd Mlambo, Lecturer : Computer Science for Education, South Africa

    While articulation gap describes skill deficiencies displayed by university entrants emerging from underperforming schools, the high attrition and articulation gap at postgraduate levels... More

    pp. 11-23

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  3. Critical success factors for the continuation of e-learning initiatives

    Tanya J. McGill & Jane E. Klobas, School of Engineering and Information Technology, Murdoch University, South St, Murdoch, Australia; Stefano Renzi, Carlo F. Dondena Centre for Research on Social Dynamics, Bocconi University, via Roentgen 1, Italy

    This paper systematically examines conditions associated with continuation of e-learning initiatives in universities. Conditions associated with institutional, developer, instructor, student and... More

    pp. 24-36

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  4. The experience of three flipped classrooms in an urban university: an exploration of design principles

    Min Kyu Kim, Center for Scholarly Technology, University of Southern California, United States; So Mi Kim, Learning, Design, and Technology, University of Georgia, 221 Rivers Cross, United States; Otto Khera & Joan Getman, Center for Scholarly Technology, University of Southern California, United States

    As a response to the call for technology enhanced, student-centered learning environments, the flipped classroom approach has drawn much attention from both the research and practice communities.... More

    pp. 37-50

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  5. Exploring college students' cognitive processing patterns during a collaborative problem-solving teaching activity integrating Facebook discussion and simulation tools

    Peng-Chun Lin, Graduate Institute of Information Management, Taiwan; Huei-Tse Hou, Graduate Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Taiwan; Sheng-Yi Wu, Department of Information Communication, Taiwan; Kuo-En Chang, Graduate Institute of Information and Computer Education, Taiwan

    Simulation and manipulation play vital roles in teaching procedural knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. However, most studies in these fields have only ... More

    pp. 51-56

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