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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 21, 2016


Gregory Chamblee; Lee Langub

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Number of papers: 556

  1. Using Blackboard Collaborate in an Online Graduate Course: Shared Experiences

    Larry Ferguson, Allen Washington, Ebony Hill & Raymond Gatlin, Norfolk State University, United States

    Abstract: Students and instructor share their experience using Blackboard Collaborate for the first time in an online Administration and Supervision Program graduate course. Issues discussed will ... More

    pp. 225-227

  2. Parts of a Whole: A Sociocultural View of Online Program Development

    Sara J Frizelle, University of Washington, United States; Jason M Naranjo, University of Washington Bothell, United States

    This paper is a report on the findings of a descriptive qualitative case study focused on the development of a new online Special Education endorsement for practicing teachers. It provides... More

    pp. 228-232

  3. Learner Perceptions of Instructional Strategies Implemented in One University’s Inaugural MOOC

    Julia Fuller, Laurie Dias & Anissa Vega, Kennesaw State University, United States; Lee Langub,, United States

    This paper gives an overview of Kennesaw State University’s inaugural MOOC, which focused on helping educators develop their skills in designing blended and online learning environments. Design... More

    pp. 233-239

  4. From face-to-face to cyberspace: The transition from the traditional undergraduate classroom to online graduate learning - A case study in a mass media degree program

    Lacey Fulton, Traesha Pritchard & Chloe Winters, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, United States

    With the advancement and normalization of technology it has become easier for undergraduate and graduate students to earn a degree on their own time. Our research focuses on on-campus graduate... More

    pp. 240-244

  5. Dialogic and Help Seeking Behaviors of Online Learners: A case of an Online Course

    Evrim Genc Kumtepe, Anadolu University, Turkey; Hasan Ucar, Bilecik Seyh Edebali University, Turkey; Alper Tolga Kumtepe, Anadolu University, Turkey

    Abstract: The importance of the dialogue and help seeking on learning have mostly emphasized by educational researchers. So, this paper reports results from a quantitative cross-sectional survey... More

    pp. 245-247

  6. Instructional Dialogue In Distance Language Classes

    Evrim Genc Kumtepe, Anadolu University, Turkey; Nazife Sen Ersoy, Dumlupinar University, Turkey

    The purpose of the study was to investigate interaction of distance language learners in terms of the patterns of dialogical learning process. 448 learners from a higher education institution in... More

    pp. 248-253

  7. Gamification in Online Education: How and Why?

    Jeremiah Grabowski, Anne Reed, Deborah Moore-Russo & Andrew Wiss, University at Buffalo, United States

    Research related to gamification in education has primarily been focused on the effectiveness of game-based elements in learning environments. There is little empirical evidence examining how an... More

    pp. 254-259

  8. The Impact of Online Modules for International Professional Development with Educators in the Dominican Republic

    Jeffrey Hall, Michelle Vaughn, Sherah Carr & Lucy Bush, Mercer University, United States; Daniel Garvey, Academia de Liderazgo - Universidad Central del Este, United States

    Mercer University’s Tift College of Education (TCOE), with support from The Thomas C. and Ramona E. McDonald Fund for Advancement of Global Education, has partnered with several schools in the... More

    pp. 260-266

  9. Utilization of Spiral Model To Create a Smaller Multi-modal Piano Curriculum Design.

    Michelle Raegan Hall, University of North Texas - PhD student Learning Technologies, United States

    Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to share the applicability of Barry Boehm’s Spiral model of instructional design to small project. A recount of the design process when creating a small... More

    pp. 267-270

  10. Best Practices for ePortfolio Development: The Effect of Transparency

    Stephanie Jones & Elizabeth Downs, Georgia Southern University, United States

    The presenters of this session will describe best practices, tips, and lessons on the use of the ePortfolio as an assessment of authentic performance in an online graduate level practicum in school... More

    pp. 271-273

  11. How interpersonal- and classroom communication interventions can affect online cooperative learning: An experimental study

    Hannah Klautke & Cary Roseth, Michigan State University, United States

    In the face-to-face classroom, the behavior of peers, cooperative work partners, and implicit information about behavioral expectations influence students’ task engagement, motivation, and... More

    pp. 274-277

  12. Considering the Context of Teacher Professional Learning: A MOOC Design Case

    Anissa Lokey-Vega, Lee Langub, Laurie Brantley-Dias & Julia Fuller, Kennesaw State University, United States

    This paper provides a design-based account of a goal-oriented Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) for K-12 teacher professional learning. Using a backward-design approach with the MOOC context in... More

    pp. 278-284

  13. Who Owns Online Course Content? A Review of Institutional Policies Regarding Ownership of Online Course Content

    Tracey Makley, University of North Florida, United States

    The increased demand for distance education and the need for higher education institutions to find alternate sources of revenue has led many institutions to stake a claim on the course content... More

    pp. 285-291

  14. Theory to Practice: Quality Instruction in Online Learning Environments

    Diane Beth Marks, Appalachian State University, United States

    While student demand for online learning has increased, faculty support for online learning contexts has not. One barrier to faculty acceptance of eLearning is the idea of quality. University... More

    pp. 292-300

  15. When Distance is the Issue: Using Zoom, Cloud Based Video Web Conferencing System: Perspectives, Possibilities & Potential in Higher Education

    Kimberly McCoy, Nova Southeastern University, United States

    With the increase of Distance Education in higher education, the concept of Web Conferencing has become a large part of how administrators and educators interact and communicate with their students... More

    pp. 301-304

  16. Using Social Media in Online Education Courses

    Nancy G Mims, Concordia University-Portland, United States; Barbara McKenzie, University of Arizona, United States

    As social media continues to expand in its use in online education in higher education institutions, there is a growing need to train distance instructors on how to select and effectively use a... More

    pp. 305-311

  17. Teaching Online: A Beginner's Survival Kit

    Lee Montgomery, Southern Utah University, United States

    With online instruction growing at a more rapid pace than traditional brick-and-mortar classroom instruction, the instructor or college professor who is considering making the switch to online... More

    pp. 312-316

  18. Student Electronic Textbook Reading Profiles and Retention

    HanYong Ng, Elena Gitin, David Niemi & Bror Saxberg, Kaplan, United States

    Student retention is often regarded as one of the most important performance indicators for an educational program. While enrollment in online courses significantly outpaces the growth in total... More

    pp. 317-325

  19. Investigating the Acceptability and Accessibility of a Smart Digital University in West Africa.

    Adewunmi Ogunbase, University of Tampere, Finland, Finland

    This paper focuses on students’ supports, consents and willingness to access export education through electronic higher education institution and applications of information communication... More

    pp. 326-332

  20. Promoting Continuing Computer Science Education Through A Massively Open Online Course

    Kevin Oliver, North Carolina State University, United States

    This paper presents the results of a comparison study between graduate students taking a software security course at an American university and international working professionals taking a version ... More

    pp. 333-340