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Electronic Journal of e-Learning

Volume 13, Number 6

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Synthesizing Technology Adoption and Learners' Approaches towards Active Learning in Higher Education

    Kevin Chan, George Cheung, Kelvin Wan, Ian Brown & Green Luk

    In understanding how active and blended learning approaches with learning technologies engagement in undergraduate education, current research models tend to undermine the effect of learners'... More

    pp. 431-440

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  2. Visualisation and Gamification of e-Learning and Programming Education

    Marie Olsson, Peter Mozelius & Jonas Collin

    Courses in virtual learning environments can leave recently enrolled participants in a state of loneliness, confusion and boredom. What course content is essential in the course, where can more... More

    pp. 441-454

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  3. Social Media for Learning and Teaching Undergraduate Sciences: Good Practice Guidelines from Intervention

    Jyothi Thalluri & Joy Penman

    In 2013, Facebook was used in learning and teaching clinical problem solving in a Pathology and a Clinical Sciences course delivered at a South Australian university. It involved first- and second-... More

    pp. 455-465

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  4. Online Continuing Education for Health Professionals: Does Sticky Design Promote Practice-Relevance?

    Roxanne Ward Zaghab, Carlos Maldonado, Dongsook Whitehead, Felicia Bartlett & Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner

    Online continuing education (CE) holds promise as an effective method for rapid dissemination of emerging evidence-based practices in health care. Yet, the field of CE continues to develop and... More

    pp. 466-474

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