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Journal of Online Learning Research

August 2015 Volume 1, Number 2

Editors

Leanna Archambault; Jered Borup

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Computer Versus Computer and Human Support in an Argumentation-based Science Learning Environment

    Yavuz Akpinar, Dilek Ardac & Neslihan Er Amuce, Boğaziçi University, Turkey

    Technological advancements have made it possible to design learning environments which support multiple representations, discussions and experimentations. This study designed and developed a web... More

    pp. 137-161

  2. Fostering Student Success and Engagement in a K-12 Online School

    Heidi Curtis & Loredana Werth, Northwest Nazarene University, United States

    Although questions exist about the effectiveness of online education, it is a growing part of the pantheon of educational choices available to students in America today. Online education first... More

    pp. 163-190

  3. Credit Recovery in a Virtual School: Affordances of Online Learning for the At-Risk Student

    Kevin Oliver & Shaun Kellogg, North Carolina State University, United States

    This paper summarizes evaluation findings about a high school credit recovery (CR) program as solicited by a state-sponsored virtual school in the United States. Student and teacher surveys... More

    pp. 191-218

  4. Design and enactment of online components during four blended learning courses

    Nicola Wayer, Champlain College, United States; Kent Crippen & Kara Dawson, University of Florida, United States

    This study investigated the ways in which four K-12 teachers, following professional development in blended learning, designed the online portion of their blended learning courses and how these... More

    pp. 219-239

  5. Book Review–Online, Blended, and Distance Education: Building Successful Programs in Schools

    David Adelstein, Wayne State University, United States

    This article is a review of Online, Blended, and Distance Education: Building Successful Programs in School. This book gives a much-needed global overview on the current state of K-12 e-learning.... More

    pp. 241-245