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International Journal on E-Learning

December 2022


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 5

  1. Regulating Learning and Assessment with e-Learning: A Study of Mainland Chinese Postgraduate Students’ Online Learning Experiences and Behaviours

    Sammy King Fai Hui, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Wei Wei, Macao Polytechnic University, Macau; Patrick Pui Ho Yun, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    The purpose of this study was to examine the impact and development of online learning experiences, behaviours and self-regulation of a sample of Mainland Chinese postgraduate students who engaged ... More

    pp. 305-335

  2. Contextualisation of Predictor Variables for Students’ At-Risk of Dropping Out of University

    Sonwabo Jongile, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), South Africa

    The identification of predictor variables for students at-risk of dropping out of university has received increased attention in higher education settings internationally concerning the context of ... More

    pp. 337-357

  3. Comparing Teachers’ and Students’ Perceptions on a Fully e-Learning Semester in a Department of Environmental Science

    Katerina Kabassi, Ionian University, Greece

    E-learning in the past was presented as the means to change the methods of learning and has the promise to overcome the barriers of time, distance, and economics. This paper aims to evaluate the... More

    pp. 359-380

  4. E-Learning During COVID-19: Social Sciences MA Programs vs Mathematics MS Program

    Kuiyuan Li, Erin Stone & Samantha R. Seals, University of West Florida, United States

    Due to COVID-19, all courses at a regional comprehensive university in the southeastern United States transitioned online and were delivered remotely in the latter half of the spring semester of... More

    pp. 381-399

  5. Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on The Higher Education Institutions in India: Perspectives of Faculty on Remote Teaching & Learning

    Rama Devi Vangapandu, Rahul Thangeda & Prachi Mishra, National Institute of Technology Warangal, India

    The COVID-19 Pandemic has forced educators to transform their teaching into online versions in a very short span of time. The study aims to throw light on the perspectives of the faculty of higher ... More

    pp. 401-428