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Journal of Interactive Online Learning

2009 Volume 8, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. "Am I Making Sense Here?": What Blogging Reveals about Undergraduate Student Understanding

    Trena M. Paulus, Rebecca L. Payne & Lisa Jahns

    Educational researchers are interested in whether what is learned in the classroom is transferred to new situations. This qualitative case study explores how computer-mediated communication,... More

    pp. 1-22

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  2. Frequency and Types of Instructor-Interactions in Online Instruction

    Gayle V. Davidson-Shivers

    Concerns for faculty time spent in online instruction are replete in the literature; some authors suggest that online instruction increases faculty work. In a specific rather than global manner,... More

    pp. 23-40

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  3. Evaluation of the Persistent Issues in History Laboratory for Virtual Field Experience (PIH-LVFE)

    Thomas Brush, John Saye, Ugur Kale, Jung Won Hur, Jada Kohlmeier, Theano Yerasimou, Lijiang Guo & Simone Symonette

    The Persistent Issues in History Laboratory for Virtual Field Experience (PIH-LVFE) combines a database of video cases of authentic classroom practices with multiple resources and tools to enable... More

    pp. 41-62

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  4. Collaboration and Learning with Wikis in Post-Secondary Classrooms

    Joan E. Hughes & Ravi Narayan

    This research examined the use of wikis used in support of collaboration and learning in two post-secondary courses in a large Mid-Western university that adopted wikis in pedagogically different... More

    pp. 63-82

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  5. Evaluating the Implementation of a Social Bookmarking Activity for an Undergraduate Course

    Jason T. Abbitt

    This manuscript describes an exploratory study of a social bookmarking activity in an undergraduate course for pre-service teachers. During a 10-week activity, students were required to post links ... More

    pp. 83-101

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