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Journal of Educators Online

January 2009 Volume 6, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Encouraging Critical Thinking in Online Threaded Discussions

    Bridget Arend

    Critical thinking is a highly desirable goal of online higher education courses. This article presents qualitative data from a mixed-method study that explores how asynchronous discussions within... More

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  2. Comparing AACSB Faculty and Student Online Learning Experiences: Changes between 2000 and 2006

    Melody W. Alexander, Heidi Perreault, Jensen J. Zhao & Lila Waldman

    This study identified and compared the online learning experiences of faculty and students in 2006 and compared results with those found in 2000. Data were collected from faculty and students... More

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  3. Expanding the Scope of Faculty Educator Development for Health Care Professionals

    Kadriye O. Lewis & Raymond C. Baker

    Although many medical institutions offer faculty development in education, this does not provide the in-depth knowledge of the science of teaching required for medical education research and... More

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  4. A Conceptual Model for Engagement of the Online Learner

    Lorraine M. Angelino & Deborah Natvig

    Engagement of the online learner is one approach to reduce attrition rates. Attrition rates for classes taught through distance education are 10-20% higher than classes taught in a face-to-face... More

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  5. Online Exams and Cheating: An Empirical Analysis of Business Students' Views

    Chula G. King, Roger W. Guyette & Chris Piotrowski

    Academic integrity has been a perennial issue in higher education. Undoubtedly, the advent of the Internet and advances in user-friendly technological devices have spurred both concern on the part ... More

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