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E-Learning and Digital Media

2015 Volume 12, Number 5

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Digital Curation and Digital Literacy: Evaluating the Role of Curation in Developing Critical Literacies for Participation in Digital Culture

    Paul Mihailidis

    Despite the increased role of digital curation tools and platforms in the daily life of social network users, little research has focused on the competencies and dispositions that young people... More

    pp. 443-458

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  2. Effectiveness of eLearning in Statistics: Pictures and Stories

    Greg Blackburn

    The study investigates (1) the effectiveness of using eLearning-embedded stories and pictures in order to improve learning outcomes for students and (2) how universities can adopt innovative... More

    pp. 459-480

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  3. A Critical Review of the Literature of Social Media's Affordances in the Classroom

    Olivia G. Stewart

    Even though the use of social media in education is a now widely-studied topic, there still does not seem to be a consensus for what social media may afford students or how best to use them in the ... More

    pp. 481-501

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  4. A Systematic, Inquiry-Based 7-Step Virtual Worlds Teacher Training

    Natalie Christina Nussli & Kevin Oh

    Eighteen special education teachers explored one prominent example of three-dimensional virtual worlds, namely Second Life. This study aimed to (a) determine their perception of the effectiveness... More

    pp. 502-529

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