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Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects

Jan 01, 2014 Volume 10, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 17

  1. The U-Curve of E-Learning: Course Website and Online Video Use in Blended and Distance Learning

    Nitza Geri, Ruti Gafni & Amir Winer

    pp. 1-16

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  2. An Examination of Undergraduate Student’s Perceptions and Predilections of the Use of YouTube in the Teaching and Learning Process

    Nicole Buzzetto-More

    pp. 17-32

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  3. UTAUT Model for Blended Learning: The Role of Gender and Age in the Intention to Use Webinars

    Hager Khechine, Sawsen Lakhal, Daniel Pascot & Alphonse Bytha

    pp. 33-52

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  4. Developing a Conceptual Framework for Evaluation of E-Content of Virtual Courses: E-Learning Center of an Iranian University Case Study

    Peyman Akhavan & Majid Arefi

    pp. 53-73

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  5. Recurrent Online Quizzes: Ubiquitous Tools for Promoting Student Presence, Participation and Performance

    Concetta DePaolo & Kelly Wilkinson

    pp. 75-91

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  6. Assessing Online Learning Objects: Student Evaluation of a Guide on the Side Interactive Learning Tutorial Designed by SRJC Libraries

    Alicia Virtue, Ellen Dean & Molly Matheson

    pp. 93-105

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  7. Analysis of the Relevance of Posts in Asynchronous Discussions

    Breno Azevedo, Eliseo Reategui & Patricia Behar

    pp. 107-121

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  8. Introduction to the IJELLO Special Series of Chais Conference 2014 Best Papers

    Nitza Geri, Avner Caspi, Yoram Kalman, Vered Silber-Varod, Yoav Yair & Yoram Eshet-Alkalai

    pp. 123-130

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  9. Academic Course Gamification: The Art of Perceived Playfulness

    David Codish & Gilad Ravid

    pp. 131-151

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  10. Bridging the Gap between the Science Curriculum and Students’ Questions: Comparing Linear vs. Hypermedia Online Learning Environments

    Hani Swirski & Ayelet Baram-Tsabari

    pp. 153-175

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  11. A Chaperone: Using Twitter for Professional Guidance, Social Support and Personal Empowerment of Novice Teachers in Online Workshops

    Efrat Pieterse & Yehuda Peled

    pp. 177-194

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  12. Levels of ICT Integration among Teacher Educators in a Teacher Education Academic College

    Orit Avidov-Ungar & Irit Iluz

    pp. 195-216

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  13. What are the Relationships between Teachers’ Engagement with Management Information Systems and Their Sense of Accountability?

    Uri Perelman

    pp. 217-227

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  14. Integrating Qualitative Components in Quantitative Courses Using Facebook

    Ashlea Milburn, Andrew Braham & Jeton McClinton

    pp. 229-246

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  15. A Data Mining Approach to Improve Re-Accessibility and Delivery of Learning Knowledge Objects

    Sai Sabitha, Deepti Mehrotra & Abhay Bansal

    pp. 247-267

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  16. Quantitative Aspects about the Interactions of Professors in the Learning Management System during a Final Undergraduate Project Distance Discipline

    Cristian Cechinel

    pp. 269-283

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  17. Gender through Their Lenses: A Film of Students’ Images

    Carol Miller & Mark Seitz

    pp. 285-292

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