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(2012) pp. 1–321
Being a teenager is not easy, but most of us live through it. Cyberbullying suicide victims will not have this luxury. Advancements in and access to social technologies (social networking sites, instant messaging systems, cell phone texting) are...
Preventing School Failure Vol. 59, No. 4 (2015) pp. 227–236
Research indicates that cyberbullying is occurring among middle and high school student populations at increasing rates. There is limited research, however, on strategies students use to combat cyberbullying, as well as how schools implement...
Social Networking Websites: Spaces for Creating and Maintaining Social and Cultural Identity and Much More
World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2010 (Jun 29, 2010) pp. 3265–3273
This study investigated the use of Facebook and Orkut by a group of immigrants in the U.S. with the purpose of understanding if these social networking environments fostered social and cultural identity of participants. Findings suggest that...
Effect of "U-Pace" Instruction on Academic Success, Learning, and Perceptions in Younger and Older Undergraduates
American Journal of Distance Education Vol. 32, No. 1 (2018) pp. 3–15
A randomized controlled trial was conducted to determine the efficacy of "U-Pace" instruction for older undergraduates, ages 25 and older, and younger undergraduates, ages 18 to 24. Additionally, change in learner perceptions across the...
Bryan Alexander; Kevin Ashford-Rowe; Noreen Barajas-Murph; Gregory Dobbin; Jessica Knott; Mark McCormack; Jeffery Pomerantz; Ryan Seilhamer; Nicole Weber
(2019) pp. 3–41
This report profiles six key trends, six significant challenges, and six developments in educational technology for higher education. These three sections of this report constitute a reference and technology planning guide for educators, higher...
Malcolm Brown; Mark McCormack; Jamie Reeves; D. Christopher Brook; Susan Grajek; Bryan Alexander; Maha Bali; Stephanie Bulger; Shawna Dark; Nicole Engelbert; Kevin Gannon; Adrienne Gauthier; David Gibson; Rob Gibson; Brigitte Lundin; George Veletsianos; Nicole Weber
(2020) pp. 2–58
We hope the 2020 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report will enable you to learn, plan, and act. In the months after its release, community members will no doubt talk and write about how it differs from the Horizon Report in previous years. While that lens on...