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Journal of Educators Online

July 2012 Volume 9, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The Criticality of Verbal Immediacy in Online Instruction: A Modified Delphi Study

    Jeffrey L. Bailie

    In this 2011 investigation, a modified Delphi technique was introduced to determine whether an informed group of post-secondary online faculty and students could arrive at a consensus regarding the... More

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  2. Multiple Intelligences in Online, Hybrid, and Traditional Business Statistics Courses

    Salvador Lopez & Hilde Patron

    According to Howard Gardner, Professor of Cognition and Education at Harvard University, intelligence of humans cannot be measured with a single factor such as the IQ level. Instead, he and others ... More

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  3. Outcomes of Chat and Discussion Board Use in Online Learning: A Research Synthesis

    Stephanie J. Blackmon

    Online discussion boards are often used in traditional courses, hybrid courses, and fully online courses. Online chats and discussions can be particularly useful in fully online courses, as these... More

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  4. An Introduction and Guide to Enhancing Online Instruction with Web 2.0 Tools

    Karyn W. Tunks

    With online course development on the rise the challenge for instructors is to enhance and ensure learning through this modality. When direct contact with students in a traditional face-to-face... More

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