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Innovate: Journal of Online Education

December 2007 Volume 4, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Next-Generation Bibliographic Manager: An Interview with Trevor Owens

    James L. Morrison & Trevor Owens

    James Morrison's interview with Trevor Owens explores Zotero, a free, open-source bibliographic tool that works as a Firefox plug-in. Previous bibliographic software, such as EndNote or Refworks,... More

  2. A Model for Enhancing Online Course Development

    Evelyn Knowles & Kathleen Kalata

    In order to meet the growing demand for quality online education, Park University has adopted a model that provides a common framework for all of its online courses. Evelyn Knowles and Kathleen... More

  3. Fair Use Education for the Twenty-First Century: A Comparative Study of Students' Use of an Interactive Tool to Guide Decision Making

    Christine Greenhow, J D. Walker, Dan Donnelly & Brad Cohen

    Christine Greenhow, J. D. Walker, Dan Donnelly, and Brad Cohen describe the implementation and evaluation of the University of Minnesota's Fair Use Analysis (FUA) tool, an interactive online... More

  4. Collecting, Organizing, and Managing Resources for Teaching Educational Games the Wiki Way

    Shelley Henson Johnson, Brett Shelton & David Wiley

    Recognizing the pedagogical value of gaming, academics along with game designers and educational content developers have begun producing resources to improve educational game design and make... More

  5. The Loophole Generation

    Jennifer Summerville & John Fischetti

    Increasingly, faculty members who teach online are encountering students who prefer to find loopholes rather than complete their coursework. In this article, Jennifer Summerville and John Fischetti... More

  6. Perspectives on Communicating with the Net Generation

    Lynn Zimmerman & Anastasia Trekles Milligan

    Lynn Zimmerman and Anastasia Trekles Milligan examine technological communication from the perspectives of two instructors, one a digital immigrant and the other a digital native. Today's students ... More

  7. The Fusion of Learning Theory and Technology in an Online Music History Course Redesign

    Blase Scarnati & Paula Garcia

    Teaching today's students requires an integration of learner-centered pedagogy with innovative technological resources. In this article, Blase Scarnati and Paula Garcia describe the redesign of a... More