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International Journal on E-Learning

September 2013 Volume 12, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Beyond Clickometry: Analytics for Constructivist Pedagogies

    Aleksander Dietrichson, X-ray Research, Argentina

    This paper analyzes some current trends in Learning Management System’s analytics. It points out that while the analysis of access log patterns – clickometry – is by far the most common form of... More

    pp. 333-351

  2. Synergy between Authentic Assessment Activities and Learner Autonomy: How Does this Stimulate Shared Authenticity in Online Higher Education?

    Joyce Gikandi, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

    This purpose of this study was to establish whether and how authentic assessment activities and learner autonomy converged to productively engage both the teacher and learners in shared... More

    pp. 353-381

  3. Examining Issues of E-learning Practices in Chinese Higher Education: A Comparative Study of Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan

    Elson Szeto, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, China

    Empirical studies of e-learning practices in Chinese higher education are still controversial. Shared Chinese beliefs in education, moving towards mass higher education for global competitiveness... More

    pp. 383-402

  4. Usability Testing with Online Research Panels: A Case Study from the Field of Instructional Design

    Shahron Williams van Rooij, George Mason University, United States

    One of the challenges experienced by students of instructional design is eliciting user participation when designing and developing products for course or program projects, particularly over... More

    pp. 403-423

  5. The Effect of the Attitude Towards E-learning: The Employees’Intention to use E-learning in the Workplace

    Sun Joo Yoo & Seung-hyun Han, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, United States

    The purpose of this study is to examine employees’ acceptance levels towards e-learning in the workplace. By using The Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT), our model captured... More

    pp. 425-438

  6. Utilizing Student Feedback to Inform Faculty Development Activities for Online Course Development and Delivery

    Andria Young & Beverley Hoerig, University of Houston - Victoria, United States

    The purpose of the present study is to describe faculty development activities at one university and to show how these activities were reviewed for relevance to students. As a means to validate... More

    pp. 439-453