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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

January 2017 Volume 26, Number 1


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Redesigning a statistical concepts course to improve retention, satisfaction, and success rates of non-traditional undergraduate students

    Nimet Alpay, Pamela Ratvasky, Natalya Koehler, Carolyn LeVally & Tawana Washington, Franklin University, United States

    This case study investigated the impact of the Statistical Concepts course redesign on the retention, performance, and satisfaction of non-traditional undergraduate students. The redesign used a... More

    pp. 5-27

  2. Selecting Media for Effective Learning in Online and Blended Courses: A Review Study

    Ifewulu Henrietta Amaka & Katie Goeman, KU Leuven, Belgium

    As the number of online and blended learning courses offered by higher education institutions increase, a predominant issue for instructors is their design. This study focuses on the selection of... More

    pp. 29-59

  3. Exploring change in graduate students’ perceptions of web-based education throughout an asynchronous course

    Maria Mama Timotheou, Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture, Cyprus

    This paper presents the main findings of a UK study exploring graduate students’ perceptions of web-based education, with a specific focus on their change over time, throughout an asynchronous... More

    pp. 61-88

  4. Leadership, Medication Administration, and Knowledge Retention: A Quality Improvement Project

    Pamela Treister, New York Institute of Technology, United States

    A leadership and quality improvement project was undertaken in order to assist undergraduate baccalaureate nursing students in knowledge retention for medication administration during their senior ... More

    pp. 89-99