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American Journal of Distance Education

2014 Volume 28, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Putting Connectivist Principles into Practice: A Case Study of an Online Tertiary Course

    Christine Armatas, Christine Spratt & Andrew Vincent

    The Bachelor of Enterprise Learning is a newly accredited undergraduate degree where connectivist principles have been used to guide design of active, student-centered learning activities. A key... More

    pp. 81-91

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  2. Analyzing the Roles, Activities, and Skills of Learning Technologists: A Case Study from City University London

    Olivia Fox & Neal Sumner

    This article reports on a case study carried out at City University London into the role of learning technologists. The article examines how the role developed by providing points of comparison... More

    pp. 92-102

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  3. Integrating Wikis as Educational Tools for the Development of a Community of Inquiry

    Nikleia Eteokleous, Despo Ktoridou & Maria Orphanou

    This article describes a study that attempted to evaluate the integration of wikis as an educational tool in successfully achieving the learning objectives of a fifth-grade linguistics and... More

    pp. 103-116

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  4. Facebook versus Moodle in Practice

    Natasa Petrovic, Veljko Jeremic, Marko Cirovic, Zoran Radojicic & Nemanja Milenkovic

    Very few research papers and case studies have shown successful integration of both Facebook and Moodle in the educational experience of students. This study sought to evaluate the educational... More

    pp. 117-125

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  5. The Internet Is Forever: Student Indiscretions Reveal the Need for Effective Social Media Policies in Academia

    Carolyn Woodley & Michel Silvestri

    Students' imprudent use of social media might threaten their employability and undermine their emerging professional identities. Most professions acknowledge that any benefits of social media ... More

    pp. 126-138

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