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Global TIME -Online Conference on Technology, Innovation, Media & Education

Feb 22, 2011

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Number of papers: 67

  1. Applicability of Web 2.0: Training for Tactical Military Applications

    Maurice Dawson, Morgan State University, United States

    This paper is a report on the findings of a study conducted on a doctoral level virtual course utilizing Second Life for usability and interaction. The project from this course allowed for further ... More

    pp. 395-398

  2. The Semester I Threw Away My Textbooks

    James Haizlett, West Liberty University, United States

    For over a decade I have taught college graphic design, web design, and motion graphics courses using the most recent textbooks available. I switched authors and publishers frequently, to keep the ... More

    pp. 399-405

  3. What is the affect of an online orientation course on student satisfaction?

    Mark Kelso, MK Company, United States

    What is affect of an online orientation course on student satisfaction? A Chi-Square non-parametric test was utilized to provide a statistical analysis of the participants’ responses. Findings... More

    pp. 406-419

  4. Factors influencing learning satisfaction in online courses

    Jungjoo Kim, Educational Reseach Center of Korea University, Korea (South)

    Social presence is an important concept for the success of learning in distance education. Closely examined in this study were variables affecting social presence and its relationship with learning... More

    pp. 420-424

  5. Virtual Effect. A Learning Series for Online Instructors.

    Dana Peters & Rebecca Doepke, Mondo Learning Solutions, United States; Dawn Smith, Daybreak Technologies, Inc., United States

    Virtual Effect is a series of courses designed to elevate or enhance the skill level and effectiveness of online instructors allowing them to provide a higher quality learning experience for their ... More

    p. 425

  6. What are effective ways online institutions can keep online adult baby boomers motivated?

    Alex Prayson, Tulsa Online Academy, United States

    In this descriptive study, the researcher examined the effective ways online institutions can keep online adult baby boomers motivated. Adult online learners participated in the study to reveal... More

    pp. 426-448

  7. The physical side of the digital: Teaching physical actions via a digital medium

    Niels Quinten, MAD-Faculty, University College of Limburg, Belgium

    This paper contains a description of a graduate level thesis which was completed during the academic year 2009-2010 at the MAD-Faculty in Genk, Belgium. The main goal was to research and create a... More

    pp. 449-453