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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

2019 Volume 30, Number 1


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. How Did Graduate Students of Education Major Perceive Ground Rules in Online Discussions?

    Yu-mei Wang, University of Alabama at Birmingham, United States

    Online discussions have been proliferating in US higher education. Due to its widespread incorporation into university courses, instructors have been making efforts to design effective online... More

    pp. 5-25

  2. Using Mobile Technology to Support Physician and Student Learning as Part of Patient Care

    Janette Hill, University of Georgia, United States; Michelle Nuss, AU/UGA Medical Partnership, United States; Ronald Cervero, University of Georgia, United States; Julie Gaines, AU/UGA Medical Partnership, United States; Bruce Middendorf, St Mary's Hospital, United States; Supriya Mishra, University of Georgia, United States

    The third year clerkship is an exciting yet challenging time for medical students (Cooke, Irby, & O’Brien, 2010). For the first time, students spend significant time in clinical settings (e.g.,... More

    pp. 27-44

  3. Exploring Students’ Acceptance of Using Mobile Device-based Student Response System in Classrooms

    Simon Wong, aHong Kong Community College, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; Adam Wong, bSchool of Professional Education and Executive Development, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; John Yeung, Data Science Academy, Hong Kong

    This study adopts quantitative approach to compare the students’ perceptions in terms of perceived usefulness (PU) and perceived ease of use (PE) of using mobile device-based student response... More

    pp. 45-64

  4. A Systematic Literature Review of Using Immersive Virtual Reality Technology in Teacher Education

    Glenna Billingsley, Scott Smith, Shaunna Smith & Julia Meritt, Texas State University, United States

    Virtual reality (VR) technology offers promise in enriching learning opportunities in teacher education programs. The purpose of this study was to investigate the ways immersive virtual reality has... More

    pp. 65-90

  5. The beginning or the end? iPad Pro 9.7 + Apple Pencil: A Case Study of User Engagement

    Richard Pierce & Don Silvius, Shenandoah University, United States

    Slate tablets and more recently detachable tablets occupy a nebulous position in education. Institutions are increasingly required to assess the return on investment of deploying these devices. The... More

    pp. 91-106