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Internet and Higher Education

September 2011 Volume 14, Number 4

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Assessing collaboration in a wiki: The reliability of university students' peer assessment

    Bram De Wever, Hilde Van Keer, Tammy Schellens & Martin Valcke

    This study focuses on the reliability of intra-group peer assessment (PA) of the collaboration processes in a wiki. First-year university students ( More

    pp. 201-206

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  2. Faculty instructional attitudes, interest, and intention: Predictors of Web 2.0 use in online courses

    Jana Ulrich & Meagan Karvonen

    Higher educational institutions face mounting challenges to the way they operate, including a growing population of demographically diverse students who demand flexibility in course delivery,... More

    pp. 207-216

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  3. A relationship study of student satisfaction with learning online and cognitive load: Initial results

    George R. Bradford

    This study sought to explore if a relationship exists between cognitive load and student satisfaction with learning online. The study separates academic performance (a.k.a., “learning”) from... More

    pp. 217-226

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  4. A case study of blog-based learning in Korea: Technology becomes pedagogy

    Inae Kang, Curtis J. Bonk & Myung-Chun Kim

    The unique technological functions of a weblog have earned it a growing reputation as a pedagogical tool for educators across fields of study. While using the blog as a communicative and... More

    pp. 227-235

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  5. A course is a course is a course: Factor invariance in student evaluation of online, blended and face-to-face learning environments

    Charles Dziuban & Patsy Moskal

    The authors compared the underlying student response patterns to an end-of-course rating instrument for large student samples in online, blended and face-to-face courses. For each modality, the... More

    pp. 236-241

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  6. Students with disabilities and online learning: A cross-institutional study of perceived satisfaction with accessibility compliance and services

    Jodi B. Roberts, Laura A. Crittenden & Jason C. Crittenden

    Distance education has grown significantly over the past two decades, and the need to evaluate and enforce online course federal accessibility standards is gaining momentum among educators,... More

    pp. 242-250

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  7. Facilitating students' global perspectives: Collaborating with international partners using Web 2.0 technologies

    Peggy A. Ertmer, Timothy J. Newby, Ji Hyun Yu, Wei Liu, Annette Tomory, Young Mi Lee, Emine Sendurur & Polat Sendurur

    This research was designed to explore the impact of a wiki-based international collaboration project on pre-service teachers' 1) cultural competencies, 2) comfort using technology, including Web 2.... More

    pp. 251-261

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  8. Lecture capture in large undergraduate classes: Student perceptions and academic performance

    Ron Owston, Denys Lupshenyuk & Herb Wideman

    Many higher education institutions are now digitally capturing lectures in courses and making them available on the Web for students to view anytime and in anyplace. This study is an attempt to... More

    pp. 262-268

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