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International Journal on E-Learning

June 2012 Volume 11, Number 3

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Hybrid Doctoral Program: Innovative Practices and Partnerships

    Dori Alvich, Brookside School, United States; JoAnn Manning, Rowan University, United States; Kathy McCormick, Northern Burlington Regional School District, United States; Robert Campbell, Rowan University, United States

    This paper reflects on how one mid-Atlantic University innovatively incorporated technology into the development of a hybrid doctoral program in educational leadership. The paper describes a hybrid... More

    pp. 223-232

  2. Mobile Learning: Integrating Text Messaging into a Community College Pre-Algebra Course

    Prince Bull, North Carolina Central University, United States; Carlos McCormick, Wake Technical Community College, United States

    This study investigated the use of text messaging as an educational tool in a pre-algebra course at a community college in the central region of North Carolina. The research was conducted in two... More

    pp. 233-245

  3. The effect of instructor information provision on critical thinking in students using asynchronous online discussion.

    Chris Klisc, Tanya McGill & Valerie Hobbs, Murdoch University, Australia

    The facilitation of critical thinking is one of the most frequently discussed potential benefits of the asynchronous online discussion environment, but many studies have reported that it does not... More

    pp. 247-266

  4. Understanding Australian First Year University Students’ Experiences of Teaching and Learning Technologies

    Diane Newton & Allan Ellis, Southern Cross University, Australia

    ** Invited as a paper from E-Learn 2009 ** Access to information and communication technologies can enable academics to design courses with learning opportunities that bring together and engage... More

    pp. 267-279

  5. Usability Evaluation of Web-Based Learning System

    Thao Nguyen, Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom

    The paper proposes a contingent, learner-centred usability evaluation method and a prototype tool of such systems. This is a new usability evaluation method for web-based learning systems using a ... More

    pp. 281-316

  6. Learner Cultures and Corporate Cultural Differences in E-Learning Behaviors in the IT Business

    Fredric William Swierczek, Thammasat University, Thailand; Clemens Bechter, EURO*MBA, Netherlands; Jeerawan Chankiew, Thammasat University, Thailand

    Corporate cultural values have a major influence on learning. For learning to be effective it must be adapted to the cultural context in which it takes place. E-learning neither eliminates cultural... More

    pp. 317-337