You are here:

Online Learning

2018 Volume 22, Number 3

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Adaptive Learning: A Stabilizing Influence across Disciplines and Universities

    Charles Dziuban, Patsy Moskal, Liza Parker, Maria Campbell, Colm Howlin & Connie Johnson

    This study represents an adaptive learning partnership among the University of Central Florida, Colorado Technical University, and the adaptive learning provider Realizeit. A 13-variable learning... More

    pp. 7-39

    View Abstract
  2. Student Perceptions of the Most Effective and Engaging Online Learning Activities in a Blended Graduate Seminar

    Alicia Cundell & Emily Sheepy

    The principal concern of this research was to learn more about effective designs of learning activities in online environments. A questionnaire was administered in three sections of a not-for... More

    pp. 87-102

    View Abstract
  3. Effective Tagging Practices for Online Learning Environments: An Exploratory Study of Approach and Accuracy

    Vanessa P. Dennen, Lauren M. Bagdy & Michelle L. Cates

    This exploratory study examines student tagging activity within a five-week social bookmarking unit. Students in six sections of a course were tasked with locating, tagging, and then highlighting... More

    pp. 103-120

    View Abstract
  4. Emerging Technologies: It's Not What "You" Say -- It's What "They" Do

    Vickie S. Cook & Rhonda L. Gregory

    This paper is provided for the "Online Learning" journal 2018 Special Conference Edition. It was initially presented at the 2018 OLC Innovate Conference in Nashville Tennessee. In this... More

    pp. 121-130

    View Abstract
  5. Scaffolding Progressive Online Discourse for Literary Knowledge Building

    Marc Nachowitz

    Drawing on research from online, knowledge-building, and discussion-based learning, this design-based experiment captures the instructional moves theorized to develop student capacity in... More

    pp. 133-156

    View Abstract
  6. #DigPed Narratives in Education: Critical Perspectives on Power and Pedagogy

    Suzan Koseoglu & Aras Bozkurt

    This mixed methods study addresses a knowledge gap in the nature and effects of networked scholarship. We analyze #DigPed, a Twitter hashtag on critical pedagogy, through the lens of Tufekci's ... More

    pp. 157-174

    View Abstract
  7. Increasing Undergraduate Success: A Randomized Controlled Trial of "U-Pace" Instruction

    Raymond Fleming, Laura E. Pedrick, Leah Stoiber, Sarah Kienzler, Ryan R. Fleming & Diane M. Reddy

    "U-Pace" instruction, comprised of concept mastery and amplified assistance, has shown promise in increasing undergraduate success. To evaluate the efficacy of "U-Pace"... More

    pp. 175-191

    View Abstract