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International Journal on E-Learning

January 2015


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 6

  1. E-Learning Instructional Design and the Mismatch between E-Learners and E-Educators' Learning Styles

    Osama Hassanein, Asyut University, Egypt

    The present study attempted to identify the preferred learning styles of non-Arabic speaking EFL faculties hired to teach at the Saudi universities and those of Saudi EFL university students... More

    pp. 5-28

  2. Exploring awareness of online reading strategies used by EFL learners in a developing country: A study on undergraduate students in Bangladesh

    Mohammad Shahedul Islam & Mohammad Shamsur Rahman, Military Institute of Science and Technology, Bangladesh; Enamul Haque, Khulna University, Bangladesh

    Information and Communication Technology plays an increasingly important role in the lives of learners around the world. The opportunity to seek information through the computer has made reading an... More

    pp. 29-54

  3. Physical and Psychological Well-Being and University Student Satisfaction with E-Learning

    Genevieve Johnson, Curtin University, Australia

    Although research establishes that student characteristics exert considerable influence on learning outcomes, research concerned with e-learning satisfaction most typically focuses of factors... More

    pp. 55-74

  4. Management of Change

    Shad Morrow, Grand Canyon University, United States

    Reexamination of change management strategies has recently come under direct scrutiny in both the realm of the academic and the professional due to the significant shift of brick-and-mortar... More

    pp. 75-82

  5. Organizational Support in Online Learning Environments: Examination of Support Factors in Corporate Online Learning Implementation

    Thomas Schultz & Ana-Paula Correia, Iowa State University, United States

    This paper explores the role of different types of support in corporate online learning programs. Most research has not specifically focused on all of the support factors required to provide a... More

    pp. 83-95

  6. Student Attitudes And Preferences Toward An E-Mentoring Program: A Survey of Journalism Students

    Jamie Switzer & Ralph Switzer, Colorado State University, United States

    Advances in information and communication technologies (ICTs) provide new opportunities for mentoring, eliminating the need for a synchronous meeting. We report the findings of a survey that... More

    pp. 97-112