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Journal of Educators Online

Volume 10, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. An Open, Online Class to Prepare Faculty to Teach Online

    Lisa Lane, MiraCosta College, United States

    Professional development opportunities are too limited for faculty who are learning to teach online. Preparation is typically provided in the form of technology training, with little focus on the... More

  2. Teaching via Mobile Phone: a Case Study on Malaysian Teachers’ Technology Acceptance and Readiness

    Issham Ismail, Siti Bokhare & Siti Azizan, School of Distance Education Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia; Nizuwan Azman, Advanced Medical and Dental Institute Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

    The purpose of this study is to identify the level of technology acceptance among school teachers from the components of awareness and motivation, training and courses, training design, and... More

    pp. 1-38

  3. Characteristics of Israeli School Teachers in Computer-based Learning Environments

    Noga Magen-Nagar, Gordon Academic College of Education, Israel; Bracha Peled, Achva Academic College and Beit Berl College, Israel

    The purpose of this research is to investigate whether there are differences in the level of computer literacy, the amount of implementation of ICT in teaching and learning-assessment processes and... More

    pp. 1-34

  4. Qualitative insights into faculty use of student support services with online students at risk: Implications for student retention

    Rosalie Russo-Gleicher, CUNY, United States

    This article provides qualitative insights into the ways that faculty can impact retention rates of online students. Semi-structured, in-depth interviews were conducted at random with 16 faculty... More

    pp. 1-32

  5. Supporting Academic Honesty in Online Courses

    Patricia McGee, The University of Texas at San Antonio, United States

    Ensuring academic honesty is a challenge for traditional classrooms, but more so for online course where technology use is axiomatic to learning and instruction. With the Higher Education... More

    pp. 1-31

  6. Using Social Media Technologies to Enhance Online Learning

    Linda Weiser Friedman & Hershey Friedman, CUNY, United States

    Models of distance education have evolved over decades, just in time to collide with modern pedagogies in which communication, interaction, student engagement, and active learning are of critical... More

    pp. 1-22