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International Journal on E-Learning

October 2017 Volume 16, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. A large-scale Internet /computer-based, training module: dissemination of evidence-based management of postpartum hemorrhage to front-line health care workers

    Karim Abawi, Lynn Gertiser & Raqibat Idris, The Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research, Switzerland; José Villar, Oxford Maternal and Perinatal Health Instsitute, Switzerland; Ana Langer & Alison Chatfield, Harvard School of Public Health, United States; Aldo Campana, The Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research, Switzerland

    Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) is the leading cause of maternal mortality in most developing and low-income countries and the cause of one-quarter of maternal deaths worldwide. With appropriate and... More

    pp. 317-328

  2. Examination of the QM Process: Making A Case for Transformative Professional Development Model

    Radwan Ali & James Wright, Kennesaw State University, United States

    Distance learning has altered the landscape of higher education, and the rapid proliferation of online courses and programs present new challenges for both faculty and administrators. The... More

    pp. 329-347

  3. An Exploratory Study of the Impact of Self-Efficacy and Learning Engagement in Coding Learning Activities in Italian Middle School

    Monica Banzato & Paolo Tosato, University Ca' Foscari, Venice - Italy, Italy

    In Italy, teaching coding at primary and secondary levels is emerging as a major educational issue, particularly in light of the recent reforms now being implemented. Consequently, there has been ... More

    pp. 349-369

  4. What do instructional designers in higher education really do?

    Swapna Kumar & Albert Ritzhaupt, University of Florida, United States

    What do instructional designers in higher education really do? With the rise in online courses and programs in higher education, this question is especially important. We interviewed eight... More

    pp. 371-393

  5. The contribution of online (web-based) courses as perceived by students with learning disabilities and “average” students

    Ilana Ronen & Miri Shonfeld, Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and Arts, Israel

    This quantitative, descriptive study examines the perceived contribution of online courses taken in college as evaluated by 53 “average” students and 32 students with learning disabilities (LD... More

    pp. 395-416

  6. Student preferences and concerns about supplemental instructional material in CS0/CS1/CS2 courses

    Giovanni Vincenti, University of Baltimore, United States; J. Scott Hilberg, Towson University, United States; James Braman, Community College of Baltimore County, United States

    Abstract: The concept of flipping the classroom is slowly gaining tractions at all levels of education. An ever-growing set of resources gives unprecedented access to Information Technology (IT),... More

    pp. 417-441