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

Nov 04, 2019


Saul Carliner

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Number of papers: 199

  1. Student E-Presentations in Remote Learning Environments

    Stephen Arnold, University of Arizona, United States

    Video conferencing provides a viable means to link remote classrooms of students together synchronously when distance prevents place-bound students from attending face-to-face classes at distant... More

    pp. 1-7

  2. Cloud-based Technology and Student Writing Skills. Can we do Better?

    Mark Carbajal, Coastal Bend College, United States

    In today's economy, cloud-based technology offers students the ability to access and share documents and files from multiple locations. An important attribute with regards to this technological... More

    pp. 8-13

  3. Reflections on Promoting Engagement and Learning in Higher Education Multiplayer Online Role play Simulation Games (MORPSGs)

    Roni Linser, Fablusi, Australia; Helen Hintjens, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Netherlands

    While empirical research into role play simulation games is critical to our understanding of the way they are able to motivate and engage students in higher education, reflections by teachers,... More

    pp. 14-20

  4. Teachers’ Perceptions Regarding the Use of Google Classroom and Google Docs

    Demian Morquin, Region One Education Service Center, United States; Linda Challoo, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, United States; Marybeth Green, Texas A&M University-Kingsille, United States

    Google Classroom in combination with other Google Apps for Education has been adopted by many school districts. This qualitative study explored teachers’ perceptions as they use Google Classroom... More

    pp. 21-30

  5. Barriers of a Digital Study Assistant - Classification within a Digital Transformation Taxonomy

    Carla Tenspolde & Paul Greiff, Osnabrück University, Germany; Claudia König & Nadine Guhr, University Hannover, Germany; Uwe Hoppe, Osnabrück University, Germany

    Digitalization in higher education sets a trend of digital support in students and teachers daily working routine. New ways of presenting and accessing teaching materials, designing lectures or... More

    pp. 31-42

  6. Optimally Reusable Learning Objects

    Richard Vranesh, CSSI, United States

    Abstract: Most large institutions, especially those engaged in delivering distance learning program, use a Learning Management System or Leaning Content management System for course development,... More

    pp. 43-50

  7. An Exploratory Analysis of Textbook Usage in College Computer Programming Courses

    Xue Bai & Ade Ola, Virginia State University, United States; Yingjin Cui, Northern Virgnia Community College, United States

    The textbook is one of the most important sources of knowledge. It remains the definitive source of content for the knowledge and skills that students should acquire within a prescribed curriculum.... More

    pp. 51-57

  8. The Potential for Learning through Social Media in Various Educational Environments

    Aubrey Statti & Kelly Torres, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States

    The use of social media in education is expanding globally and impacting the way students and faculty communicate in both face-to-face and online classrooms. In addition, to faculty-student... More

    pp. 58-63

  9. Integrating Technology and Education: A Look at the Implementation of Advanced Technology to Diversify Online Learning and Teaching

    Tamra Kelly & Ashley Atwood, Angelo State University, United States

    The implementation of advanced technology in online learning and teaching exposes candidates to learning tools that accommodate various learning styles and intelligences through Universal Design... More

    pp. 64-71

  10. Evolution of a YouTube Channel

    Peggy Semingson, University of Texas at Arlington, United States; Leigh Hall, University of Wyoming, United States

    YouTube is the world’s largest video-sharing platform, and its role in educational contexts has been steadily growing (Jung & Lee, 2015). Although YouTube is used outside of academia in prolific... More

    pp. 72-77

  11. Examining Perceptions of Digital Badges

    Mellissa Sanchez, University of North Texas, United States

    In many higher education institutions, digital badges have been identified as credible symbols of academic achievement and skills mastery. They provide recipients with a digital symbol... More

    pp. 78-81

  12. Using Universal Design for Learning to Create Effective Online Assessments

    Melanie Shores, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, United States

    Universal Design for Learning (UDL) provides students with multiple means of accessing a course based on presentation, action and expression, and engagement and interaction. UDL promotes... More

    pp. 82-85

  13. Time is of the Essence: Log-Based Investigation of the Interplay between Feedback Elaboration, Time to Process Feedback, and Task Success in Online Mathematics

    Tomer Gal & Arnon Hershkovitz, Tel Aviv University, Israel

    Feedback is a powerful instructional tool. However, even after decades of thorough studies, some questions regarding feedback remain unanswered. In particular, it is yet to be determined whether... More

    pp. 86-97

  14. The Syllabus Quiz as an Indicator of Course Performance

    Dan Keast, University of Texas of the Permian Basin, United States

    The “START HERE” is a good beginning, but are you assessing the students’ knowledge of the module? If it’s important enough to you, then consider assessing it. How about a formative syllabus quiz? ... More

    pp. 98-101

  15. Online Quizzes in the day of Siri and Alexa: Measuring the learning of the student, not the personal assistant.

    Olivia Miller, University of Phoenix, United States

    Artificial intelligence is going to school and quizzes may need to be revised to account for the use of personal assistants and Google searches by online students. This paper presents findings from... More

    pp. 102-107

  16. Emotional Teaching Strategies in Japanese Technology Education

    Ryo Sakaba, Graduate School of Education, Ibaraki University, Japan; Takashi Usuzaka, College of education, Ibaraki University, Japan

    This study aimed to examine the impacts that emotional teaching strategies that provokes negative emotions may have after a one-week oblivion period on Japanese university students’ memory... More

    pp. 108-113

  17. Learning Management System Engagement Hours: An Assessment Method for Evaluating and Advancing Learning Outcomes

    Joseph M Woodside, Stetson University, United States

    Educational institutions have expanded LMS infrastructures to support enhanced learning and delivery, in order to address challenges and complexities of student enrollment and varied courses,... More

    pp. 114-118

  18. Updating Data: Don’t Drop Me! Using the Learning Management System to Alert Students About Their Pending Drop for Non-Payment Status

    Sue Bauer & Susan Hicks, University of Central Florida, United States

    After several years of implementation, the Center for Distributed Learning (CDL) returns to the Student Dropped Non-Payment initiative and reflects on impact of the project. Student Account... More

    pp. 119-124

  19. Understanding technology integration into the classroom as a systemic and socially situated initiative

    Maria Mama Timotheou, Open University of Cyprus, Cyprus; Sara Hennessy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

    This paper presents the main findings of a study exploring primary teachers’ beliefs and practices with educational technology, through a sociocultural lens. The research setting involved an... More

    pp. 125-138

  20. Reimagining the IT Relationship in Higher Education: Faculty Technology Adoption

    Marieta Jansen van Vuuren, Northwest University South Africa, South Africa; Willem Van Vollenhoven, North-West University, South Africa

    Abstract: This paper explores the concept of readiness for technology adoption and how it relates to different role players in the higher education environment. In particular, this paper discusses ... More

    pp. 139-144