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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Sep 26, 2018 Volume 44, Number 2


Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Connecting Learner Motivation to Learner Progress and Completion in Massive Open Online Courses

    Hedieh Najafi, Carol Rolheiser, Laurie Harrison & Will Heikoop

    We examined how massive open online courses (MOOC) learners’ motivational factors, self-efficacy, and task-value related to their course progress and achievement, as informed by learners’ initial... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French

  2. Student Attitudes Toward Blended Learning in Adult Literacy and Basic Skills College Programs

    Jia Li, Robin Kay & Louise Markovich

    Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) programs in many Ontario colleges offer adult learners who have low literacy and basic skills with opportunities to improve their employment skills as well as... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French

  3. Mastery of Digital Tools: The Influence on Information and Communication Technologies Competency and Pedagogical Use

    Alain Stockless, Stéphane Villeneuve & Benjamin Gingras

    The use of information and communication technologies (ICT) is an important issue for many preschool, elementary, and secondary school teachers in Québec. In this study, we examined to what extent ... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French

  4. What Is a Digital Electronic Portfolio in Teacher Education? A Case Study of Instructors’ and Students’ Enabling Insights on the Electronic Portfolio Process

    Timothy Hopper, Hong Fu, Katherine Sanford & David Monk

    Professional programs in postsecondary education have long been using electronic portfolios (ePs) for diverse purposes, for example, assessment, certification, showcasing, and learning. However, in... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French