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Online Learning Journal

Dec 17, 2008 Volume 12, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. EVALUATING THE BENEFITS OF PROVIDING ARCHIVED ONLINE LECTURES TO IN-CLASS MATH STUDENTS

    Radu Cascaval

    The present study examines the impact of the online archiving system developed at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs on the in-class students enrolled in traditional math courses. A web... More

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  2. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMMUNITY OF INQUIRY OVER TIME IN AN ONLINE COURSE: UNDERSTANDING THE PROGRESSION AND INTEGRATION OF SOCIAL, COGNITIVE AND TEACHING PRESENCE

    Zehra Akyol & D. Garrison

    The purpose of this study was to explore the dynamics of an online educational experience through the lens of the Community of Inquiry framework. Transcript analysis of online discussion postings... More

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  3. Moving the Laboratory Online: Challenges and Options

    Devon Cancilla & Simon Albon

    The question of how to move science-based labs online has been one of the main obstacles associated with the development of online science programs. In the spring of 2006 and again in 2007, we... More

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  4. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN DESIGNING ONLINE DISCUSSIONS TO PROMOTE COGNITIVE PRESENCE – A PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

    Yu-mei Wang & Der-Thanq Chen

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  5. A MODEL FOR DEVELOPING HIGH-QUALITY ONLINE COURSES: INTEGRATING A SYSTEMS APPROACH WITH LEARNING THEORY

    Maria Puzziferro & Kaye Shelton

    As the demand for online education continues to increase, institutions are faced with developing process models for efficient, high-quality online course development. This paper describes a systems... More

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  6. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY IN TRADITIONAL AND ONLINE CLASSROOMS: DOES THE “MEDIA EQUATION” HOLD TRUE?

    Joe Greaser, Erik Black & Kara Dawson

    Limited empirical research exists regarding the prevalence of academic dishonesty in the online classroom. This limited evidence supports the notion that factors contributing to academic dishonesty... More

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  7. Facilitating critical thinking in online courses

    RN Lunney, RN Frederickson, EdD Spark & RN McDuffie

    Development of critical thinking abilities is essential for students in clinical disciplines of the health sciences. Past research has shown that critical thinking is a learned skill that can be... More

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