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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 18, 2019

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Number of papers: 444

  1. Online Assessment of Instructional Videos: Using Web Conference and a Content Analysis Tool

    Leping Liu, Li-Ting Chen, Wenzhen Li, Kathryn Hanselman, & Cong Zou, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

    Online assessment is always an important portion in the design and teaching of an online course. Very often, the contents to be assessed would require different assessment methods. Technology tools... More

    pp. 484-491

  2. Self-efficacy and Motivation in Online Graduate Students

    Sari London, Grand Canyon University, United States; Ajay Das, SUNY Empire State College, United States

    The purpose of this research was to examine to what extent there was a significant difference in levels of self-efficacy and motivation in graduate college students, between groups based on age and... More

    p. 492

  3. Rating effectiveness of instructional delivery: A faculty audit tool used at an online university.

    Pamela McCoy, Marilee Hall & Debra Chittur, Independence University, United States

    This paper presents a faculty audit tool developed and implemented at Independence University. The audit tool we developed allows auditors to rate instructors on a four-level scale: excellent,... More

    pp. 493-497

  4. A Fact File of Flexible Learning in Night Programs in Japan

    Terumi Miyazoe, Tokyo University of Science, Japan

    This paper presents a data-driven exploratory research on the state of night programs in higher education in Japan. Considering the gradual decrease in the number of newborns (NIPSSR, 2014), higher... More

    pp. 498-503

  5. Supporting Instructors in Redesigning Online Instruction Toward Student-Centered, Problem Based Learning

    Margaret Niess, Oregon State University, United States

    This study was undertaken to inform the redesign of an introductory Computer Science (CS) course for the online CS post-baccalaureate degree program using a student-centered, problem-based learning... More

    pp. 504-508

  6. A micro-learning based model to enhance student teachers’ motivation and engagement in blended learning

    Stavros Nikou, University of Strathclyde, School of Education, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, United Kingdom

    Blended learning, the combination of face to face and online learning, is increasingly adopted by educational institutions worldwide in initial teachers’ education or teachers’ continuing... More

    pp. 509-514

  7. Virtual Mentoring- Creating a National Network of College and Career Ready Leaders

    Matthew Ohlson, University of North Florida, United States

    Research shows that mentoring is a way to enhance learning and personal growth. In C.A.M.P. Osprey at the University of North Florida, college students serve as leadership mentors to K-12 students ... More

    pp. 515-539

  8. MOOCs for language learning. Reality and prospects.

    Panagiotis Panagiotidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

    MOOCs have been the fastest growing form of distance education over the last years, as the openness and the versatility they offer makes them very popular mostly among adults who wish to be trained... More

    pp. 540-546

  9. Pedagogical usability in the design of a learning module on virtual reality

    Minh Pham, University of Missouri, Columbia, United States; Xinhao Xu, Jhon Bueno & Hao He, University of Missouri, United States

    In this project, we are going to present the pedagogical usability dimensions we employed in the design of a learning module for an online eight-week course on Digital Media for undergraduate and... More

    pp. 547-551

  10. The Impact of Music Genre Preferences on Immediate Recall and Long-Term Memory in e-Learning Modules

    Mark Piwinsky, Indiana University of Pennslvania, United States; Lacey Fulton, Clarion University, United States; Sarah Everett, Emily Ortiz & Donald Winzer, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States

    Music, to many, is a major part of life. Daily tasks are accompanied by a sound track from radio, streaming or other media. What happens when music is paired with digital delivery education? ... More

    pp. 552-556

  11. Online Graduate Advising: It's Much More Than 'What class comes next?'

    Kristi Preisman, College of Saint Mary, United States

    In this online Ed.D. program, advising is more than, “What class comes next?” The Graduate Advising Space (GAS) offers academic support, a means of socializing as an Ed.D. student, and offers each ... More

    pp. 557-561

  12. Best teaching patterns in multi-participant online courses

    Tami Seifert, Miki Kritz & Orna Feliks, Kibbutzim College of Education, Israel

    This study examines online learning as an opportunity to implement the constructivist approach as a practice, emphasizing the characteristics of the online course. The increasing use of online... More

    pp. 562-565

  13. Integration of a Lesson Plan Webinar Series and Curated Digital Resources on Lesson Planning for Novice Educators

    Peggy Semingson, University of Texas at Arlington, United States; Dana Owens, The University of Texas at Arlington, United States; Kathryn Pole, University of Texas at Arlington, United States

    Educators are seeking ways to create customizable and flexible digital and multimodal resources for educators to learn how to develop their skills at curriculum design (e.g., Hofer & Harris, 2016).... More

    pp. 566-570

  14. Integrating Course Improvement Strategies for Online Learners

    Carrol Warren & Michelle Bartlett, North Carolina State University, United States

    Reviewing student evaluations at the end of the semester presents an opportunity to restructure online courses to better serve students. Experiences leading to restructuring an online graduate... More

    pp. 571-573

  15. Recruitment Hacks: Designing Recruitment Strategies for Graduate Distance Programs

    Carrol Warren, North Carolina State University, United States

    Recruitment strategies vary widely and are unique for distance programs. With demands for increased enrollment, faculty are often under pressure to increase the number of applicants by recruiting,... More

    pp. 574-575

  16. Online Pre-Service Teachers’ Self-Regulated Learning: Do Authentic Teaching Cases and Mastery Approach Goals Play a Role?

    Patricia Willems, Alyssa Gonzalez-DeHass, Jillian Powers & Ann Musgrove, Florida Atlantic University, United States

    The explosion of technology tools both mobile and computer based, have allowed a major change in the delivery of higher education. Therefore, exploring instructional methods that will yield... More

    pp. 576-582

  17. Online Spaces as Sources of Informal Learning for Teachers

    Kimberly Zelonis, Lock Haven University, United States

    Informal learning opportunities such as those found in online spaces can serve as valuable sources of professional learning for educators who often note that professional development does not meet ... More

    pp. 583-594

  18. Future Teacher Educators in Critical Evaluation of Educational Technology through Collaborative Digital Storytelling Projects

    Imelda Bangun, Zhengjie Li & Patrick Mannion, University of South Florida, Indonesia

    Educational technology (ET) has become an essential part of foreign/second (L2) education. In order to prepare preservice teachers to employ ET effectively, teacher educators, as well as future... More

    pp. 595-600

  19. Assessing the instructional video through the lens of educational learning theories

    Christina Churchill, University of North Texas, United States

    Instructional videos have become a popular method of disseminating course content to the learner. Assessing videos that are effective in meeting learning objectives and student engagement can be... More

    pp. 601-606

  20. Exploring student engagement with digital storytelling content using factor analysis

    Medha Dalal, Arizona State University, United States; Leanna Archambault, Arizona State Universoty, United States; Annie Hale, Arizona State University, United States

    The present study examined the number and nature of factors underlying the construct of student engagement in a hybrid learning environment, specifically digital storytelling. Participants were pre... More

    pp. 607-611