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Journal of Online Learning Research

2018 Volume 4, Number 2


Leanna Archambault; Jered Borup

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Describing Online Learning Programs and Practices that Serve Diverse Learners

    Mary Rice, University of New Mexico, United States; Mark Deschaine, Central Michigan University, United States; Daryl Mellard, University of Kansas, United States

    For some savvy scholars and industry insiders, fully online learning—where instruction takes place entirely (or nearly so) over the Internet—and blended instruction—where instruction takes place... More

    pp. 117-121

  2. Learning to Serve Students with Disabilities Online: Teachers’ Perspectives

    Toni Crouse, University of Kansas, United States; Mary Rice, University of New Mexico, United States

    As K-12 online learning continues to grow for all student populations, so should knowledge of best practices related to teaching with diverse learning needs, including students with disabilities.... More

    pp. 123-145

  3. Preparing Teachers to Use Universal Design for Learning to Support Diverse Learners

    Anya Evmenova, George Mason University, United States

    Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a scientifically based framework for developing curricula that support diverse learners. While it is possible to implement UDL without it, various... More

    pp. 147-171

  4. Accessibility and Usability of Preferences in Blended Learning for Students with and without Disabilities in High School

    Rebecca Alvarado-Alcantar, Randa Keeley & Breanna Sherrow, New Mexico State University, United States

    The researchers designed this study to investigate the programmatic needs of students enrolled in blended courses in high school. Students enrolled in a twelfth-grade blended course in a high... More

    pp. 173-198

  5. Blended Learning in Indian Elementary Education: Problems and Prospects

    Arnab Kundu, Chhinpur Junior High School, India

    Elementary education is very vital in human life as well as for the whole society. So it is the duty of every guardian and Government to give elementary education to every child. It serves three... More

    pp. 199-227