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Journal of Educators Online

2016 Volume 13, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. A Comparison of Reading Response Methods to Increase Student Learning

    Cheryl J. Davis & Thomas Zane

    It is common in college courses to test students on the required readings for that course. With a rise in online education it is often the case that students are required to provide evidence of... More

    pp. 25-38

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  2. Measuring User Experience of the Student-Centered e-Learning Environment

    Harry B. Santoso, Martin Schrepp, R. Yugo Kartono Isal, Andika Yudha Utomo & Bilih Priyogi

    The aim of the current study is to develop an adapted version of User Experience Questionnaire (UEQ) and evaluate a learning management system. Although there is a growing interest on User... More

    pp. 58-79

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  3. Instructing the Instructors: Training Instructors to Use Social Presence Cues in Online Courses

    Paige Paquette

    Online learning has become an ever-evolving opportunity for students in all stages of life to achieve their educational goals while also participating in all of the other aspects of their lives.... More

    pp. 80-108

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  4. The Effects of Instructor Control on Critical Thinking and Social Presence: Variations within Three Online Asynchronous Learning Environments

    Jamie Costley

    In a world in which online interactions are becoming the norm, an understanding of how three fundamental aspects of online learning (teaching presence, social presence and cognitive presence)... More

    pp. 109-171

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  5. A Comparison of Passion and Teaching Modality

    Scott Greenberger

    Research exists that applies the dualistic model of passion to face-to-face teaching, but no research has applied this model to online instruction. Distance education theories imply a need to... More

    pp. 172-193

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  6. Do Visual Aids Really Matter? A Comparison of Student Evaluations before and after Embedding Visuals into Video Lectures

    Kristine Fish, Jungwon Mun & RoseAnn A'Jontue

    Educational webcasts or video lectures as a teaching tool and a form of visual aid have become widely used with the rising prevalence of online and blended courses and with the increase of web... More

    pp. 194-217

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