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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2016 Volume 45, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Using Learning Analytics to Enhance Student Learning in Online Courses Based on Quality Matters Standards

    Florence Martin, Abdou Ndoye & Patricia Wilkins

    Quality Matters is recognized as a rigorous set of standards that guide the designer or instructor to design quality online courses. We explore how Quality Matters standards guide the... More

    pp. 165-187

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  2. Implementing Emergency Online Schools on the Fly as a Means of Responding to School Closures after Disaster Strikes

    S. Craig Rush, Ashley Partridge & Joanna Wheeler

    One means of sustaining school operations when a disaster makes school buildings inaccessible or inoperable for an extended period of time is to use online and other communication technology to... More

    pp. 188-201

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  3. Teachers' and Students' Views on E-Learning Readiness in Kuwait's Secondary Public Schools

    Fayiz M. Aldhafeeri & Badrul H. Khan

    This article reports on an e-learning readiness study that was carried out to assess the organizational and individual factors of the two major stakeholder groups (teachers and students) in the... More

    pp. 202-235

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  4. Technology Familiarization to Preservice Teachers: Factors that Influence Teacher Educators' Technology Decisions

    Gilbert Kalonde & Rabab Mousa

    The purpose of this study was to investigate factors that influence teacher educators' technology decisions in methods courses. Research has shown various reasons why teachers use different types... More

    pp. 236-255

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  5. Multisensory Associative Guided Instruction Components-Spelling

    Harley Hamilton

    This article describes a multisensory presentation and response system for enhancing the spelling ability of dyslexic children. The unique aspect of MAGICSpell is its system of finger-letter... More

    pp. 256-284

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  6. Online Features of Qzone Weblog for Critical Peer Feedback to Facilitate Business English Writing

    Xianwei Gao, Moses Samuel & Adelina Asmawi

    Qzone weblog is one of the most popular weblogs in China. This study explores Qzone weblog for critical peer feedback to facilitate Business English writing among the Chinese undergraduates. A... More

    pp. 285-301

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