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International Journal on E-Learning

July 2018 Volume 17, Number 3

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. New Training Approaches for Drivers – A Practical Experience

    Nadia Catenazzi & Lorenzo Sommaruga, SUPSI - University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Italian Switzerland, Switzerland; Kylene De Angelis & Giulio Gabbianelli, Training 2000, Italy

    In the context of the road transport there is the need to provide new training opportunities for million of truck and bus drivers who are often on the road. The C95-Challenge EU Erasmus+ project... More

    pp. 281-301

  2. Drop-out, Retention, Satisfaction and Attainment of Online Learners of Dutch in Adult education

    Liesbeth De Paepe, Chang Zhu & Koen DePryck, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium

    Understanding reasons for drop-out, factors contributing to student satisfaction and strategies for enhancing student retention is fundamental to the success of online (language) courses. This... More

    pp. 303-323

  3. Influence of an Online Counseling Skills Course On Student Perceptions of Counseling Skills

    David Dietrich, University of Tennessee at Martin, United States; Cheryl Bowers, University of Memphis, Lambuth Campus, United States

    The use of online courses in counselor education is becoming more prevalent. Online education has become a popular topic for research and many articles have outlined the benefits to students,... More

    pp. 325-339

  4. Usability Methodology and Testing for a Virtual Learning Environment

    Xavier Laurent, Jill Fresen & Stephen Burholt, Oxford university, United Kingdom

    This article describes a usability evaluation that was conducted among student users of improved learning areas (sites) designed as part of the WebLearn Improved Student Experience (WISE) project... More

    pp. 341-375

  5. From Pedagogue to Technogogue: A Journey into Flipped Classrooms in Higher Education.

    Prathyusha Sanagavarapu, Western Sydney University, Australia

    Despite a growing body of research and resources on flipped classrooms, the voices and transformative journeys of tertiary educators—their perspectives, practices, challenges, and adaptations to... More

    pp. 377-399

  6. The adoption of a technological innovation in Higher Education: A case study involving a mobile device

    Ivana Maria Schnitman & Fabrício Forgerini, Federal University of Southern Bahia, Brazil

    This article examines the adoption of technological innovations in education, such as the use of mobile devices, as teaching agent to pedagogical mediation. The research discusses factors that... More

    pp. 401-418