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Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education

September 2011 Volume 9, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Socioeconomic Status- and Gender-Based Differences in Students' Perceptions of E-Learning Systems

    Leslie Jordan Albert & Camille S. Johnson

    Many universities are pursuing increases in on-line course offerings as a means of offsetting the rising costs of providing high-quality educational opportunities and of better serving their... More

    pp. 421-436

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  2. The Impacts of System and Human Factors on Online Learning Systems Use and Learner Satisfaction

    Khaled A. Alshare, Ronald D. Freeze, Peggy L. Lane & H Joseph Wen

    Success in an online learning environment is tied to both human and system factors. This study illuminates the unique contributions of human factors (comfort with online learning, self-management... More

    pp. 437-461

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  3. Course Management Systems and Blended Learning: An Innovative Learning Approach

    Amy Y. Chou & David C. Chou

    This article utilizes Rogers' innovation-decision process model (2003) and Beckman and Berry's innovation process model (2007) to create an innovative learning map that illustrates three learning... More

    pp. 463-484

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  4. Teaching Cases in a Virtual Environment: When the Traditional Case Classroom Is Problematic

    Wade Halvorson, Victoria L. Crittenden & Leyland Pitt

    The rise in interactive digital media has catapulted faculty-student contact abilities from the traditional Web 1.0 model to a post-Web 2.0 world where students and faculty can have much more... More

    pp. 485-492

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