You are here:

International Journal on E-Learning

March 2013 Volume 12, Number 2

Editors

Gary H. Marks

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Social Capital Framework in the Adoption of E-Learning

    Siew Mee Barton, Deakin University, Australia

    This is a study of the influence of social and cultural factors on the adoption of e-learning in higher education in Malaysia, Indonesia, Turkey, Singapore and Australia. Particular attention in... More

    pp. 115-137

  2. Does Participation In A Faculty Distance Education Mentoring Program Comprehensively Improve Teaching Methods?

    Janet Buckenmeyer, Emily Hixon, Casimir Barczyk & Lori Feldman, Purdue University Calumet, United States

    The Distance Education Mentoring Program (DEMP) is an initiative designed to assist faculty in learning the technology and instructional design principles necessary to develop and teach quality... More

    pp. 139-152

  3. Stakeholder Perceptions of ICT Usage across Management Institutes

    Ela Goyal, SIES College of Management Studies, India; Seema Purohit, NMITD, India; Manju Bhagat, BIT, Mesra Ranchi, India

    Information and communication technology (ICT) which includes radio, television and newer digital technology such as computers and the internet, are potentially powerful tools for extending... More

    pp. 153-181

  4. Learning Styles and Attitudes toward Online Education in Four Universities in the State of Nuevo Leon, Mexico

    Patricia Martinez de Monarrez & Victor Korniejczuk, Universidad de Montemorelos, Mexico

    The purpose of this research was to find the relation-ship between the predominant learning styles among university online students and their attitude toward online education. Data were collected... More

    pp. 183-195

  5. Implementing an online curriculum for medical education: Examining the critical factors for success.

    Brad Olson, SUNY Upstate Medical University, United States

    Purpose The Department of Pediatrics at SUNY Upstate Medical University in collaboration with the Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation Department in Syracuse University’s School of... More

    pp. 197-208

  6. Challenges Facing Blended Learning in Higher Education in Asia

    Raymond Tham, University of Newcastle, Australia; Lesley Tham, RegCom Consulting International, Singapore, Singapore

    This paper examines the current stage of development of blended learning in higher education in China, Korea and Japan, with a comparison to the city state of Singapore. It is noted that blended... More

    pp. 209-219

  7. Collaborative Inquiry: Expert Analysis of Blended Learning in Higher Education

    Kari Wold, University of Virginia, United States

    This paper reports on findings of a university focus group exploring blended learning in higher education. It first describes the findings regarding the amorphous definition of blended learning as... More

    pp. 221-238