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International Journal on E-Learning

2015 Volume 14, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Developing Online Doctoral Programmes

    Ngoni Chipere, University of the West Indies, Barbados

    The objectives of the study were to identify best practices in online doctoral programming and to synthesise these practices into a framework for developing online doctoral programmes. The field of... More

    pp. 121-161

  2. Using Social Media as a Tool for Learning: A Multi-Disciplinary Study

    Julie A. Delello, Rochell R. McWhorter & Kerri M. Camp, The University of Texas at Tyler, United States

    In order to explore the rich dynamics of using social media as a tool for learning within higher education classrooms, researchers across three disciplines: education, human resource development ... More

    pp. 163-180

  3. Evaluation of Health Profession Student Attitudes Toward an Online Nutrition Education Problem-Based Learning Module

    Kathleen Gould & William Sadera, Towson University, United States

    The intent of problem-based learning (PBL) is to increase student motivation to learn, to promote critical thinking and to teach students to learn with complexity. PBL encourages students to... More

    pp. 181-198

  4. Online Socialization through Social Software and Networks from an Educational Perspective

    Yasemin Gülbahar, Ankara University, Turkey

    The potential represented by the usage of Internet-based communication technologies in parallel with e-instruction is enabling learners to cooperate and collaborate throughout the world. However,... More

    pp. 199-222

  5. Analysis of Factors Causing Adult Female Learners to Drop Out of E-Learning Courses in Korea.

    Sung-Wan Kim, Korea Nazarene University, Korea (South); Soon-Shin Park, Samsung SDS, Korea (South)

    ** Invited as a paper from ED-MEDIA 2011 ** The purpose of this study was to investigate the factors that influence adult female learners’ dropout in e-learning courses, and to suggest... More

    pp. 223-233

  6. Tweeting and Blogging: Moving towards Education 2.0

    Tian Luo & Teresa Franklin, Ohio University, United States

    "** Invited as a paper from SITE 2012 **" This paper reports on an exploratory study that employed Twitter and blogs as instructional Web 2.0 tools to support student learning in an undergraduate... More

    pp. 235-258