Volume 5, Number 1, 2009
Volume 5, Number 2, 2009
- Cerstin Mahlow, Michael Hess, Sven Grund:
Evolution by Evaluation.
- Linda Seward, Vickie Harvey, Joseph Carranza:
Computer-Mediated Communication that Brings Learning into the Present: Gender Differences in Status Differentials and Self-Disclosure in Online Peer Teaching.
- Pankaj Kamthan:
A Methodology for Integrating the Social Web Environment in Software Engineering Education.
- Xiaobin Li, Yuxing Huang, Xiayun Tang:
Information and Communication Technology in China: Connecting One Billion People for Education.
- Julie A. Ray:
An Investigation of Online Course Management Systems in Higher Education: Platform Selection, Faculty Training, and Instructional Quality.
- Lawrence Tomei, April Kwiatkowski, Lorie Brown, Lori Pash, Christine Javery, Julie Ray, Rae Ann Durocher:
Why Choose an Online Course?
- Lawrence Tomei, Holly Hagel, Ashley Rineer, Lisa A. Mastandrea, Jennifer Scolon:
Do Orientation Materials Help Students Successfully Complete Online Courses?
Volume 5, Number 3, 2009
Volume 5, Number 4, 2009
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- Jennifer R. Banas:
Generating Motivation to Learn Via Tailored Lesson Introductions.
- Silvia L. Braidic:
Fostering Successful Learning Communities to Meet the Diverse Needs of University Students by Creating Brain Based Online Learning Environments.
- Kim J. Hyatt:
Improving Teacher Preparation Through an Electronic Data Management System: A Lens for Reflective Practice.
- Xiaobin Li:
Information and Communication Technology in China: Connecting 200 Million Children for Better Education.
- Misook Heo, L. Monique Myrick:
The Girls' Computing Club: Making Positive Changes in Gender Inequity in Computer Science with an Informal, Female Learning Community.
- J. McAvoy, Ed Van Sickle, Brian Cameron:
A Successful Failure to Collaborate on Storage Technology Education.
- Kelly Wilkinson, Tena B. Crews:
Business Report Writing Students' Perceptions of Their Ability to Succeed in an Online Environment vs. Students' Performance in an Online Course.
- Eva Erdosne Toth:
"Virtual Inquiry" in the Science Classroom: What is the Role of Technological Pedagogial Content Knowledge?