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International Journal on E-Learning

July 2011 Volume 10, Number 3


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. A Method to Improve Learning Analysing Communication in Team Working

    Miren Bermejo, Ana Sanchez, Julian Gutierrez & Tomas A. Perez, University of the Basque Country, Department of Computer Languages and Systems, Spain

    ** Invited as a paper from ED-MEDIA 2009 ** In recent years learning how to work in teams has become a common subject in higher education. Communication between student team members can be... More

    pp. 227-242

  2. Course Delivery through the Web: Effects of Linear/Nonlinear Navigation and Individual Differences in Online Learning

    Mohammed Farag, Ain Shams University, Egypt; Nader Shemy, Fayoum University, Egypt

    This research describes a study that examined the influences of cognitive style (as assessed by the CSA- Riding 1991) and Learners' Prior Knowledge on student recall performance of the contents of ... More

    pp. 243-271

  3. The Use of Twitter for Professional Growth and Development

    Jackie Gerstein, Kaplan University, United States

    Twitter, the micro blogging tool, has seen unprecedented growth in the past year and is expected to continue into the future. Twitter’s power, engagement, and popularity lie in its endless... More

    pp. 273-276

  4. Student Information-Age Mindset: A Key to Success in Distance Learning Courses

    Osiel Madrigal, University of LaVerne, United States; Deborah Schreiber, TUI University, United States

    This study provides empirical evidence that an information-age mindset exists; it is not necessarily age-specific; and it appears to be related to both the student’s interaction with a digital... More

    pp. 277-310

  5. Constructivist Pedagogy in Asynchronous Online Education: Examining Proactive Behavior and the Impact on Student Engagement Levels

    Linda Peters, Shirley Shmerling & Ronald Karren, University of Massachusetts, United States

    Asynchronous learning environments have gained popularity over the past decade and have rapidly gained acceptance in both the academic and business worlds. This study investigates the impact... More

    pp. 311-330

  6. E-Learning and Blended Learning: The Importance of the Learner A Research Literature Review

    Courtney Shivetts, University of Alabama, United States

    Many colleges and universities are now investing in more e-learning and blended learning courses. For a course to be worth the investment the institution must first recognize the most important... More

    pp. 331-337