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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Jul 21, 2010 Volume 35, Number 3

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 11

  1. Online synchronous communication in the second-language classroom

    Elizabeth Murphy & Elizabeth Murphy, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador

    Abstract: The study reported on in this paper used a framework of benefits, challenges and solutions to categorize data from a design experiment using synchronous online communication for learning ... More

  2. Patterns d’interactions écrites asynchrones entre des classes branchées en réseau

    Stéphane Allaire, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi; Thérèse Laferrière & Thérèse Laferrière, Université Laval

    Résumé : L’étude s’inscrit dans le contexte de l’initiative québécoise de l’École éloignée en réseau (l’ÉÉR) visant à enrichir la qualité de l’environnement d’apprentissage des petites écoles... More

  3. Using Videoconferencing to Provide Mentorship in Inquiry-Based Urban and Rural Secondary Classrooms

    Qing Li, Patti Dyjur & Natalya Nicholson, University of Calgary; Lynn Moorman & Lynn Moorman, Mount Royal University

    The main purpose of this design-based research study is to examine the effects of an inquiry-based learning environment, with the support of videoconferencing, on both rural and urban secondary... More

  4. Gaming geography: Educational games and literacy development in the Grade 4 classroom

    Heather Lotherington, York University; Natalia Ronda & Natalia Ronda

    This paper outlines a case study conducted in two public schools in the greater Toronto area as a complementary component of a multisite experimental study exploring educational game development as... More

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  5. Implementation of web-based learning in colleges of education: Barriers and enablers

    Daniel Surry, University of South Alabama.; Adrian Grubb, David Ensminger, Jenelle Ouimette & Jenelle Ouimette

    This paper describes the results of a survey to determine the factors that serve as barriers or enablers to the implementation of web-based learning in colleges of education. A total of 229 faculty... More

  6. Cliquer, glisser, dactylographier ou sélectionner dans un menu déroulant : manipulations préférées des étudiants universitaires Click, slide, type or select in a pop-up menu: Favourite manipulations of French-as-a-second-language university students

    Nandini Sarma, l’université Carleton; Alysse Weinberg, l’Université d’Ottawa; Martine Peters & Martine Peters

    Résumé:Cet article présente les résultats d`une recherche sur les préférences d’étudiants universitaires de français langue seconde en ce qui a trait aux différentes manipulations faites lors d... More

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  7. The effectiveness of web-delivered learning with aboriginal students: Findings from a study in coastal Labrador

    David Philpott, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Dennis Sharpe, Rose Neville & Rose Neville

    This paper outlines the findings of a study that explores perspectives of e-learning for aboriginal students in five coastal communities in Labrador, Canada. The rural nature of many communities in... More

  8. Use of Social Software to Address Literacy and Identity Issues in Second Language Learning

    Jill Hutchinson & Jill Hutchinson, University of Calgary

    The emerging trend of social software technology can address many different second language (L2) learner needs through authentic social interaction and a variety of scaffolding processes. Social... More

  9. CJLT: Changes in the World of Academic Publishing

    Michele Jacobsen & Michele Jacobsen, University of Calgary

  10. Patterns d’interactions crites asynchrones entre des classes branches en rseau

    Stphane Allaire & Thrse Laferrire

    Rsum : L’tude s’inscrit dans le contexte de l’initiative qubcoise de l’cole loigne en rseau (l’R) visant enrichir la qualit de l’environnement d’apprentissage des petites coles rurales. L’tude s... More

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  11. Cliquer, glisser, dactylographier ou slectionner dans un menu droulant: manipulations prfres des tudiants universitaires Click, slide, type or select in a pop-up menu: Favourite manipulations of French-as-a-second-language university students

    Nandini Sarma, Alysse Weinberg & Martine Peters

    Rsum:Cet article prsente les rsultats d`une recherche sur les prfrences d’tudiants universitaires de franais langue seconde en ce qui a trait aux diffrentes manipulations faites lors d’activits de ... More

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