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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Apr 14, 2016 Volume 42, Number 1

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. How people learn in an asynchronous online learning environment: The relationships between graduate students’ learning strategies and learning satisfaction | Comment apprennent les gens dans un environnement d’apprentissage en ligne asynchrone

    Beomkyu Choi, University of Connecticut

    The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between learners’ learning strategies and learning satisfaction in an asynchronous online learning environment, in an attempt to shed some... More

  2. Introducing Backchannel Technology into a Large Undergraduate Course | Introduction d’une technologie d’arrière-plan dans un vaste cours de premier cycle

    Ruth Neustifter, University of Guelph

    Backchannel technology can be used to allow students in large lecture courses to communicate with each other and the instructor during the delivery of lecture content and class discussions. It can ... More

  3. Leaving the Nest: The Evolution of CHRPP (the Course of Human Participant Protection) | Quitter le nid : l’évolution du cours d’éthique sur la protection des participants humains

    Denise Stockley, Queen's University; Laura-Lee Balkwill & Carolyn Hoessler

    Four years ago [Institution Name] University launched an online tutorial called CHRPP, the Course in Human Research Participant Protection, and published a paper based about its purpose, design,... More

  4. Student communication and study habits of first-year university students in the digital era | Communication étudiante et habitudes d’étude des étudiants universitaires de première année à l’époque numérique

    Eliana Gallardo-Echenique, Universidad Continental; Mark Bullen, Master of Educational Technology, University of British Columbia; Luis Marqus-Molas, Faculty of Educational Sciences and Psychology, Rovira i Virgili University

    This paper reports on research into how first-university students communicate with peers and professors and their general study habits and to examine the possible relationship between students’ use... More

  5. La sélection d’idées prometteuses et l’émergence d’un questionnement authentique dans l’élaboration du discours collectif d’élèves du primaire | The selection of promising ideas and the emergence of genuine questioning

    Pier-Ann Boutin, Universit Laval; Christine Hamel & Thrse Laferrire

    Cette étude se déroule dans le contexte de l’initiative l’École éloignée en réseau (ÉÉR), mise sur pied depuis 2002 afin d’enrichir l’environnement d’apprentissage des petites écoles rurales au... More

  6. La slection d’ides prometteuses et l’mergence d’un questionnement authentique dans l’laboration du discours collectif d’lves du primaire | The selection of promising ideas and the emergence of genuine questioning

    Pier-Ann Boutin, Christine Hamel & Thrse Laferrire

    Cette tude se droule dans le contexte de l’initiative l’cole loigne en rseau (R), mise sur pied depuis 2002 afin d’enrichir l’environnement d’apprentissage des petites coles rurales au moyen, entre... More

  7. Student communication and study habits of first-year university students in the digital era | Communication tudiante et habitudes d’tude des tudiants universitaires de premire anne l’poque numrique

    Eliana Gallardo-Echenique, Mark Bullen & Luis Marqus-Molas

    This paper reports on research into how first-university students communicate with peers and professors and their general study habits and to examine the possible relationship between students’ use... More

  8. How people learn in an asynchronous online learning environment: The relationships between graduate students’ learning strategies and learning satisfaction | Comment apprennent les gens dans un environnement d’apprentissage en ligne asynchrone

    Beomkyu Choi

    The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between learners\u2019 learning strategies and learning satisfaction in an asynchronous online learning environment, in an attempt to shed... More

  9. Leaving the Nest: The Evolution of CHRPP (the Course of Human Participant Protection) | Quitter le nid : l’évolution du cours d’éthique sur la protection des participants humains

    Denise Stockley, Laura-Lee Balkwill & Carolyn Hoessler

    Four years ago [Institution Name] University launched an online tutorial called CHRPP, the Course in Human Research Participant Protection, and published a paper based about its purpose, design,... More

  10. Introducing Backchannel Technology into a Large Undergraduate Course

    Ruth Neustifter, Tuuli Kukkonen, Claire Coulter & Samantha Landry

    Backchannel technology can be used to allow students in large lecture courses to communicate with each other and the instructor during the delivery of lecture content and class discussions. It can ... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French

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