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International Journal on E-Learning

February 2017 Volume 16, Number 1


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. E-learning Implementation Issues and Strategies to Address Low Participation Using an Enhanced Model of Acceptance of Web 2.0 Technologies: A Case Study of a Scottish University

    Razep Echeng & Abel Usoro, University of the West of Scotland, United Kingdom

    Inquiry learning provides the opportunity to develop an improved understanding of concepts being taught to students. It is a useful way of learning which enhances interest and motivation by... More

    pp. 5-22

  2. The Impact of Self-Regulation Strategies on Student Success and Satisfaction in an Online Course

    Fethi Inan, Texas Tech University, United States; Erman Yukselturk, Kirikkale University, Turkey; Murat Kurucay, Bulent Ecevit University, Turkey; Raymond Flores, Texas Tech University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to examine whether students’ self-regulation skills impact their success and satisfaction in an online learning environment. Data was collected from one hundred and... More

    pp. 23-32

  3. Developing Global Leaders: Building Effective Global-Intercultural Collaborative Online Learning Environments

    Karen Lynne-Daniels Ivy, Ashford University, United States

    This paper shares the findings of a study conducted on a virtual inter-cultural global leadership development learning project. Mixed Methods analysis techniques were used to examine the interviews... More

    pp. 33-46

  4. From Assumptions to Practice: Creating and Supporting Robust Online Collaborative Learning

    Jennifer Lock & Carol Johnson, University of Calgary, Canada

    Collaboration is more than an activity. In the contemporary online learning environment, collaboration needs to be conceived as an overarching way of learning that fosters continued knowledge... More

    pp. 47-66

  5. Barriers to the Implementation of Electronic Learning in Governmental Organizations: Case of Iran

    Gelayol Safavi Jahromi, Mohsen Shafiei Nikabadi & Morteza Maleki, Semnan University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    New developments in technology, particularly the information technology, have changed the perception of learning. These changes have made distance learning an important part of education. However, ... More

    pp. 67-79

  6. Cultural Variations in E-Learning – A Case Study on Medical Training

    Christina M. Steiner & Gudrun Wesiak, Graz University of Technology, Austria; Adam Moore, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; Declan Dagger, EmpowerTheUser, Ireland; Owen Conlan, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; Dietrich Albert, Graz University of Technology, Austria

    E-learning makes educational resources available to learners spread all over the world, resulting in a greater diversity of learners. Adaptation and personalisation aim at providing appropriate... More

    pp. 81-98