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Online Learning Journal

Nov 23, 2015 Volume 19, Number 5

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Number of articles: 3

  1. UDL in Online College Coursework: Insights of Infusion and Educator Preparedness

    LaRon Scott, Peter Temple & David Marshall

    Teacher education programs are increasing the use of online courses to train and prepare teachers. The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework is one strategy used to effectively train and... More

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  2. Are There Metrics for MOOCS From Social Media?

    Alan Ruby, Laura Perna, Robert Boruch & Nicole Wang

    Since “the year of the MOOC\u201d in 2012, the effectiveness of massive open online courses (MOOCs) has been widely debated. Some argue that MOOCs are not an effective mode of instructional... More

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  3. Real-Time Virtual Teaching: Lessons Learned From a Case Study in a Rural School

    Michael Barbour

    Due to the challenges facing rural schools, many jurisdictions have resorted to the use of virtual school programs to provide curricular opportunities to their students. While the number of virtual... More

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