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International Journal on E-Learning

October 2019 Volume 18, Number 4

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Instructional Strategies for Forming Online Collaborative Teams

    Funda Ergulec, Indiana University; Osmangazi University, Turkey

    The purpose of the study was to explore students’ collaboration experiences with and perceptions of a purposeful group assignment and team-building process in an online graduate class and gain a... More

    pp. 349-372

  2. Higher Education Faculty Desire to Implement Digital Tools: A Follow-Up Study

    Brianne Jackson, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States

    While online learning and the utilization of digital technologies in higher education continues to be an important part of future plans for higher education course opportunities, some higher... More

    pp. 373-393

  3. Professor Garfield’s 21st Century Digital Literacy Project: Supporting K-5 Teachers in their Digital Literacy Instructional Efforts

    Jennifer Palilonis & Tiffany Watt, Ball State University, United States

    To be digitally literate, an individual must be able to effectively make and share meaning in different modes and formats, effectively create, collaborate, and communicate in digital environments, ... More

    pp. 395-412

  4. Design Thinking in Teacher Education: Preparing Engineering Students for Teaching at Vocational Schools

    Thilo Harth, Fachhochschule Münster, Germany; Stefanie Panke, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States

    The paper discusses design thinking as a conceptual framework and methodological approach for empowering the teaching agency of STEM students who are preparing for a career as vocational school... More

    pp. 413-439

  5. Let’s talk assessment: An exploration of student perceptions of audio feedback for assessment

    Mitchell Parkes & Peter Fletcher, University of New England, Australia

    This paper reports the findings of a three-year descriptive research investigation into postgraduate level students’ perceptions of the strengths and weaknesses of audio feedback for assessment.... More

    pp. 441-460