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International Journal on E-Learning

January 2018 Volume 17, Number 1

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Do Creative Learners Prefer Inquiry-based Learning Instructions in Digital Education Programs?

    Michaela Rosar, Alexander Lipka, Joshua Weidlich & Theo Bastiaens, FernUniversitaet in Hagen, Germany

    This quasi-experimental study compares preferences for the amount of instructional guidance between creative and non-creative learners. Instructional guidance is implemented as a two-level factor ... More

    pp. 5-16

  2. A Comparison of Evaluation Practices Based on e-Learning and Mobile Learning Delivery Rates

    James Marshall, San Diego State University, United States

    Learning and performance professionals are increasingly pressed to measure the results of their learning program design efforts, and ultimately prove their worth. This study sought to quantify... More

    pp. 17-38

  3. Immersive Simulation in Constructivist-Based Classroom E-Learning

    Roger McHaney, Kansas State University, United States; Lauren Reiter, Indiana University, United States; Iris Reychav, Ariel University, Israel

    This article describes the development of a simulation-based online course combining sound pedagogy, educational technology, and real world expertise to provide university students with an... More

    pp. 39-64

  4. Empowering Learners through Blended Learning

    Ron Owston, York University, Canada

    Blended learning appears to facilitate learner empowerment more readily than either face-to-face or fully online courses. This contention is supported by a review of literature on the affordances... More

    pp. 65-83

  5. Re-envisioning the Archaic Higher Education Learning Environment: Implementation Processes for Flipped Classrooms

    Salena Rabidoux, University of North Carolina Wilmington, United States; Amy Rottmann, Lenoir-Rhyne University, United States

    Flipped classrooms are often utilized in PK-12 classrooms; however, there is also a growing trend of flipped classrooms in higher education. This paper presents the benefits and limitations of... More

    pp. 85-93

  6. Teleheath technology as e-learning: Learning and practicing interprofessional patient care

    Ann Shortridge, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, College of Nursing, United States; Heather Ross, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, College of Public Health, United States; Ken Randall & Carrie Ciro, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, College of Allied Health, United States; Gary Loving, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, College of Nursing, United States

    Teaching team-based patient competencies to health sciences students has proven to be a challenging endeavor. This paper describes two hands-on learning experiences and their subsequent evaluation.... More

    pp. 95-110

  7. The Relationship between Teaching Presence and Student Course Outcomes in an Online International Population

    Jillian Wendt, University of the District of Columbia, United States; Jennifer Courduff, Azusa Pacific University, United States

    A causal comparative research design was utilized in this study to examine the relationship between international students’ perceptions of teacher presence in the online learning environment and... More

    pp. 111-129