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International Journal on E-Learning

July 2021 Volume 20, Number 3

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Development of a Maturity Model for Blended Education: A Delphi Study

    Katie Goeman, KU Leuven, Belgium; Wiebe Dijkstra, TU Delft, Netherlands; Stephan Poelmans & Pavani Vemuri, KU Leuven, Belgium; Willem Van Valkenburg, TU Delft, Netherlands

    In order to embed blended learning environments in a strategic and sustainable manner, a multi-actor, multidimensional approach is necessary. This paper reports the results of a 3-round Delphi... More

    pp. 229-258

  2. Examining the Educational Effectiveness of an Adaptive Web-Based Learning Tutorial

    Fethi Ahmet Inan, Texas Tech University, United States; Fatih Ari, University of South Carolina, United States; Raymond Flores & Amani Zaier, Texas Tech University, United States; Ismahan Arslan-Ari, University of South Carolina, United States

    This study explored the effectiveness of an adaptive web-based learning tutorial designed to teach three modules of a college level introductory statistics course. Specifically, the impact of the... More

    pp. 259-270

  3. The Factors That Make an Online Learning Experience Powerful: Their Roles and the Relationships Amongst Them

    Irameet Kaur & Steve Joordens, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada

    The rapid surge of digitalization in the education sector has redefined the dynamics of the modern classroom. In a world that embraces convenience, online learning has established its own relevance... More

    pp. 271-293

  4. THE IMPACT OF VIDEO-BASED Predict-Observe-Explain (POE) ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ SCIENTIFIC LITERACY

    Nurul Nadiah & Sallimah Salleh, UBD, Brunei Darussalam; Kumar Laxman, UoA, New Zealand

    This study was carried out in order to investigate the impact of implementing video-based predict-observe-explain (POE) on students’ scientific literacy, particularly in chemistry’s concept of... More

    pp. 295-321

  5. The New Netiquette: Choosing Civility in an Age of Online Teaching and Learning

    Sharon Mistretta, Johns Hopkins University School of Education, United States

    The abrupt pivot to online teaching and learning during the Spring semester of 2020 because of worldwide stay-at-home directives left educators and their stakeholders with few guidelines to enact... More

    pp. 323-345

  6. Intention to Use eLearning by Generationally Diverse Workforce in the Banking Sector in Sri Lanka: Based on the Technology Acceptance Model

    Vindya Dinushani Wasala & Samantha Kaluarachchi, University of Colombo Faculty of Management and Finance, Sri Lanka

    By combining technology with learning and delivers using telecommunication and information technologies, eLearning has become a significant component of training and development within the... More

    pp. 347-369