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Internet and Higher Education

July 2017 Volume 34, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. On-campus students taking online courses: Factors associated with unsuccessful course completion

    Cheryl A. Murphy, Educational Technology, United States; John C. Stewart, Department of Physics, United States

    On-campus students are requesting online course options, and campuses are increasingly providing online sections of core courses, with a common offering involving online science lectures... More

    pp. 1-9

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  2. The effect of self-regulated learning on college students' perceptions of community of inquiry and affective outcomes in online learning

    Moon-Heum Cho, Department of Education, Korea (South); Yanghee Kim, Department of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences, United States; DongHo Choi, Department of Education, Korea (South)

    The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of students' self-regulated learning (SRL) levels on their perceptions of community of inquiry (CoI) and their affective outcomes (task-specific... More

    pp. 10-17

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  3. The impact of online automated feedback on students' reflective journal writing in an EFL course

    Gary Cheng

    The study employed an embedded mixed-method design using reflective journals, survey and interview to investigate the impact of online automated feedback (OAF) on the quality of students'... More

    pp. 18-27

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  4. The use of web-based collaborative concept mapping to support group learning and interaction in an online environment

    Minhong Wang, Bo Cheng & Juanjuan Chen, KM&EL Lab, Hong Kong; Neil Mercer, Faculty of Education, United Kingdom; Paul A. Kirschner, Welten Institute, Netherlands

    Concept mapping has been employed as a promising tool to facilitate group learning and interaction mainly in the classroom. Computer- and web-based applications provide plenty of opportunities to... More

    pp. 28-40

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  5. Effects of core self-evaluation and online interaction quality on adults' learning performance and bonding and bridging social capital

    Nguyet A. Diep, Celine Cocquyt, Chang Zhu, Tom Vanwing & Maurice de Greef

    Whilst emphasizing adult learners' characteristics as being different from traditional students, few studies have taken into account a broad personality trait, i.e. core self-evaluation (CSE), when... More

    pp. 41-55

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  6. The video lecture

    Charles Crook, School of Education, United Kingdom; Louise Schofield, School of Computer Science, United Kingdom

    Vocabulary for describing the structures, roles, and relationships characteristic of traditional, or ‘offline’, education has been seamlessly applied to the designs of ‘online’ education. One... More

    pp. 56-64

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  7. Mentoring relationships in online classes

    Lisa E. Baranik, University at Albany, United States; Natalie A. Wright, College for Financial Planning, United States; Kelly L. Reburn, East Carolina University, United States

    The current study utilized a three-point lagged design to examine the role of mentors during the beginning, middle, and end of undergraduate and graduate-level online courses. Using self... More

    pp. 65-71

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