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International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design

April 2019 Volume 9, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Investigating the Use and Acceptance of Technologies by Professors in a Higher Education Institution

    Leonor Teixeira & Carolina Costa, University of Aveiro, Portugal; Helena Alvelos, University of Aveiro, Portugal & Governance, Competitiveness and Public Policies (GOVCOPP) Research Unit, Portugal

    This article analyses the use and acceptance of technologies by professors in the teaching and learning context in a higher education institution. In the empirical study, a questionnaire based on... More

    pp. 1-20

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  2. Evaluating the Use of an Online Video Training Program to Supplement a Graduate Course in Applied Behavior Analysis

    Gabrielle Lee, Michigan State University, East Lansing, United States; Tzu-Fen Chang, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, United States

    The primary purpose of the present article was to evaluate the effects of a supplemental online video program on student quiz performance for an online course in applied behavior analysis. Nineteen... More

    pp. 21-32

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  3. Digital Storytelling as a Culturally Responsive Instructional Strategy for Pacific Islanders in Guam and Micronesia

    Catherine Stoicovy, University of Guam, Mangilao, Guam; Matilda Rivera, Guam Department of Education, Hagatna, Guam

    This article explores the use of digital storytelling as a culturally responsive instructional strategy for Pacific Island students on the islands of Guam and Micronesia in the Western Pacific. A... More

    pp. 33-43

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  4. Improving Learning Achievement in Science Education for Elementary School Students via Blended Learning

    Ren-Hung Hwang & Hsin-Tung Lin, National Chung Cheng University, Minxiong, Chiayi, Taiwan; Jerry Sun, National Chiao Tung University, Minxiong, Chiayi, Taiwan; Jang-Jiin Wu, National Chung Cheng University, Minxiong, Chiayi, Taiwan

    Blended learning—which combines online learning with traditional face-to-face classroom instruction—is currently held in high regard. In elementary schools, science and technology education aims to... More

    pp. 44-62

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  5. Is the use of Makey Makey Helpful to Teach Programming Concepts to Primary Education Students?

    Diana Pérez-Marín, Raquel Hijón-Neira, Ainhoa Romero & Silvia Cruz, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Móstoles, Spain

    New computer devices such as Makey Makey are proposed for children in primary education to learn computer programming. That way, students can interact with the computer with any conductive material... More

    pp. 63-77

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