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International Journal on E-Learning

October 2018 Volume 17, Number 4

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Reexamining digital-learning readiness in higher education: Positioning digital competencies as key factors and a profile application as a readiness tool

    Todd Blayone, EILAB, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

    Readiness for digital learning is an international research domain exploring the preparedness of people and contexts for successful technology-rich education. This study, focused on higher... More

    pp. 425-451

  2. Exploring participatory learning through wiki: A review of literature

    Liping Deng, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

    Accompanying the rise of Web 2.0 technologies in the past decade is the growing interest in applying the tools in supporting student learning through participation. This paper reports on a... More

    pp. 453-478

  3. Assessing the Virtual Collaborative needs of Capstone Project Teams

    Charles Lesko, East Carolina University, United States

    Virtual collaboration has become an increasingly critical aspect within today’s classrooms and modern workplaces. Specifically, virtual collaboration involves groups of people working together who ... More

    pp. 479-502

  4. The Effect of Faculty Perceptions and Leadership Support on Social Media Utilization in Higher Education

    Mariyam Al Obaidli, Lydia Barza & Laura Matherly, Zayed University, United Arab Emirates

    This research explored faculty perspectives (n=168) on integrating and using social media for instruction in two government universities in the United Arab Emirates. Based on an online survey with ... More

    pp. 503-525

  5. Adoption of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in Distance Education: A Retrospective Analysis

    Samuel Owusu-Ansah, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

    The main aim of the study was to assess the accessibility, adequacy and use of ICT in Distance Education (DE) programme of the University of Ghana (UG), Legon distance learning students.... More

    pp. 527-550

  6. Parallel online, on-campus, and blended programme delivery: Challenges and strategies

    Yvonne Cleary, Darina Slattery & Ann Marcus-Quinn, University of Limerick, Ireland

    Higher education institutions are under increasing pressure to offer online postgraduate programmes. Although it is reasonably common to convert existing programmes to online or blended delivery... More

    pp. 551-568