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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

January 2015 Volume 26, Number 1

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. A Longitudinal Study of Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Online Course Quality

    Gina Anderson, Mopi16, United States; Catherine Tredway, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing, United States; Corrine Calice, AHIMA, United States

    Given the wide range of options for students to further their education online, it is important to determine what factors impact overall student perceptions of online course quality. Specifically, ... More

    pp. 5-21

  2. A Methodology for Elaborating Activities for Higher Education in 3D Virtual Worlds

    Javier Bravo & Iván García-Magariño, Universidad a Distancia de Madrid-UDIMA, Spain

    ** Invited as a paper from ED-MEDIA 2011 ** Distance education started being limited in comparison to traditional education. Distance teachers and educational organizations have overcome most of... More

    pp. 23-38

  3. Do Students Learn More From a Flip? An Exploration of the Efficacy of Flipped and Traditional Lessons

    Joshua DeSantis, Rebecca Van Curen & Jake Putsch, York College of Pennsylvania, United States; Justin Metzger, Century High School, Maryland, United States

    Flipped lesson planning, as popularized by Bergman & Sams (2012a), has been viewed by many as a revolutionary pedagogy, tailor-made for the twenty-first century classroom. Enthusiasm for flipped... More

    pp. 39-63

  4. Integrating the Multimedia Builder Software as an education tool to deliver Fairy Tales: promoting multiliteracies and multimodality

    Nikleia Eteokleous & Victoria Pavlou, Frederick University Cyprus, Cyprus; Simos Tsolakidis, University of Patras, Greece

    As a way to respond to the contemporary challenges for promoting multiliteracies and multimodality in education, the current study proposes a theoretical framework – the multiliteracies model – in ... More

    pp. 65-88

  5. Advancing a Complex Systems Approach to Personalized Learning Communities: Bandwidth, Sightlines, and Teacher Generativity

    Eric Hamilton, Pepperdine University, United States

    Educational technologies have advanced one of the most important visions of educational reformers, to customize formal and informal learning to individuals. The application of a complex systems... More

    pp. 89-104

  6. Online Peer Review: Encouraging Student Response and Development

    Reneta Lansiquot, New York City College of Technology, United States; Christine Rosalia, Hunter College, United States

    ** Invited as a paper from ED-MEDIA 2011 ** This study explored the use of a tailored online peer review program for first-year undergraduate students at an urban college of technology. The... More

    pp. 105-123