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E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

Oct 19, 2015

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Number of papers: 321

  1. E-Learning in postgraduate education for nurses in Russia: a survey of implementation

    Julia Sergeeva, Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland

    The Government of the Russian Federation established the Development Program of Nursing in 2010. The objective of this program is to modernize education and training of nurses using distance... More

    pp. 463-466

  2. The Development of Finnish Global Education: A case study from Tampere University of Applied Sciences focussing on online teacher education and health sciences programs.

    Julia Sergeeva & Mark Curcher, Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland

    Abstract: Over the last decade the Finnish government has encouraged the higher education sector to develop transnational education and increase their international program offering. In order to... More

    p. 467

  3. Blended e-learning in teacher education; A recursive and reflective process

    Denise Shaw, Central Washington University, United States

    Blended learning within teacher education programs integrates different types of resource supplementals, strategies and activities to enhance and build foundationally candidates’ teaching practices... More

    pp. 468-473

  4. Implementing ARCS Model of Motivation into EFL Classroom through BeeDance

    Makoto Shishido, Tokyo Denki University, Japan

    The purpose of this study is to introduce the implementation of ARCS model of motivation into English as a Foreign Language classroom through the use of BeeDance―a learning management system for... More

    pp. 474-479

  5. Adoption of Innovation: The Road to Implementation of a Learning Management System

    Cynthia Sistek-Chandler & Michael Myers, National University, United States; Susan Silverstone, National University, School of Business, United States

    Adoption of innovation and the success of the implementation of that innovation is dependent upon the institution’s ability to address stakeholders’ needs. To prepare for the implementation of a... More

    pp. 480-490

  6. From Nothing to Something in 5 Months: LMS Implementation in a Northern Rural/Remote Health Region in Canada

    Brenda Stutsky, Northern Health Region, Manitoba, Canada and University of Manitoba, Faculty of Health Sciences, Canada

    With a total of 396,000 square kilometres and a population of 74,983, the Northern Health Region (NHR) has the unique challenge of planning and providing health services to a small population in an... More

    pp. 491-496

  7. “Check Out My Website”: Enhancing Sustainability Literacy Using Digital Artifacts

    Annie Warren, Catharyn Crane, Leanna Archambault, Omaya Ahmad & Alison Ross, Arizona State University, United States

    During this best practices session, we will discuss the use of a digital artifact that incorporates Project Based Learning attributes in the hybrid course Sustainability Science for Teachers, at... More

    pp. 497-500

  8. Designing a Training on Online Course Development and Learning Technologies for a Higher Education Institution in a Developing Country

    Oksana Wasilik, University of Wyoming, United States

    This session is a report on planning, implementation, and outcomes of a training workshop on online course design and learning technologies at a private higher education institution in the country ... More

    pp. 501-504

  9. Learning Through Making – Using Research Through Design as a Pedagogical Approach

    Mikael Wiberg, Department of Informatics, Umea university, Sweden

    Research Through Design (RtD) has recently grown as a perspective in the fields of HCI – Human Computer Interaction and interaction design research. With a focus on making and doing as a way of... More

    pp. 505-510

  10. Faculty use and perceptions of barriers to using available institutionally provided educational technology: A case study using Rogers' Diffusion of Innovation Theory

    Jon Wilson, Cleveland University - Kansas City, United States

    This paper reports on the findings from a survey study completed at a small non-profit university. Descriptive statistics are used to describe faculty use of currently available institutionally... More

    pp. 511-517

  11. Building an Affordable Learner-Centered Hybrid Classroom

    Fan Yang & James Callahan, University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States

    This paper is a report on the experience of building a hybrid classroom in order to bring online students into classes primarily taught in a face-to-face format. A videoconferencing system and a... More

    pp. 518-521

  12. A Cloud-based Education Platform: “Deyan” Campus E-learning System

    Hao Yang, Zhongwu Zhu & Zhumei Liu, Guizhou GreenNet Technology Co., Ltd, China

    By proactively communicating with competent department of education, principals, teachers and parents, GreenNet Technology Company obtains sufficient knowledge about current educational demands in ... More

    pp. 522-527

  13. A Demonstration of Gamification: A Gamified Course Catalog to Increase Engagement and Motivation within an eLearning Environment

    Sumayah Abudawood & Sylena Measles, University of North Texas, United States; Irma Madrigal & Marilyn Kaplan, University of Texas at Dallas, United States

    When first year college students enter the academic life and begin to choose their degree plans, they have to decide where to start by looking at courses in the academic catalog. However, many... More

    pp. 528-533

  14. The Effect of Synchronous Versus Asynchronous Online Modes On Learners' Motivation

    Khalid Almalhy, Southern Illinois University- Carbondale, United States

    The revolution of technology has introduced important combinations of different strategies in our learning. Combining two or more strategies in one learning setting became one of the hot topics... More

    pp. 534-536

  15. Supporting Online Teachers with Instructional Design

    Sally Baldwin & Yu-Hui Ching, Boise State University, United States

    Instructors accustomed to teaching in a traditional format are increasingly involved in online course design. This task involves adjusting to a new format, developing online courses, and learning... More

    pp. 537-542

  16. Reflections on Significant Learning in a Two-Course Sequence Capstone for Information Systems and Information Technology

    Kimberly W. Bartholomew & Keith R. Mulbery, Utah Valley University, United States

    Describes the structure and delivery of an upper-division two-course Systems Analysis Design and Implementation sequence where students in the Information Systems and Information Technology... More

    pp. 543-548

  17. Cultural Accessibility in Online Courses

    Rebecca Callaway, Arkansas Tech University, United States; Kathryn Matthew, University of Houston - Clear Lake, United States

    Exploring the impact of the five value dimensions of cultural differences (Hofstede, 1983a, 1983b, 1986, 1988; Hofstede & Bond, 1988) on transnational learning provides insights for instructors and... More

    pp. 549-554

  18. Identifying Researchable Topics for an EdD Record of Study

    Mary Margaret Capraro, Jennifer LeBlanc & Carol Stuessy, Texas A&M University, United States

    This paper is a report on the development of a research based course for students in an online EdD program at Texas A&M University. Specifically, in this paper we focus on one of the courses... More

    pp. 555-560

  19. Changing Cancer Care by Changing Disorienting Dilemmas – When e-Learning really becomes a matter of Life and Dying

    Harish Chauhan, de Souza Institute, Canada

    Doctors are legally obligated to communicate a medical diagnosis and what they plan to do to care for it, i.e. a care plan. However, patient experiences like the one below depict a common example... More

    pp. 561-565

  20. Minding the Gap between Knowledge and Experience Using the Next Generation of eLearning Environments

    Quincy Conley & Bethany Daniels, Boise State University, United States

    Over the last several years, e-learning has emerged as a popular approach to training in the corporate world because of its flexible access, just­in­time delivery, and cost­effectiveness. However, ... More

    pp. 566-570