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International Journal on E-Learning



Gary H. Marks

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Number of papers: 4

  1. Decoding Learning Analytics to Determine the Relationship of Student-Instructor and Student-Student Interactions on Students Learning and Motivation in a Flipped Classroom

    Anuradha Gungadeen & Lobind Rajnee, Mauritius Institute of Education, Mauritius

    With the current shift in educational settings to blended and flipped classroom and the introduction of learning management systems (LMS) such as Moodle, it is no surprise big data has found its... More

    pp. 109-128

  2. Nursing Education through the Lens of Immersive Simulation: A Comparison of Student Knowledge, Skill, and Motivation to Learn via Two-Dimensional Video versus eXtended Reality

    Helina Hoyt & Sean Hauze, San Diego State University, United States

    Nursing education relies on simulation to provide standardized, safe clinical experiences to prepare nurses for complex patient scenarios. Traditional simulation requires cost-prohibitive equipment... More

    pp. 129-157

  3. The Effect of Course Format Change on Learning Behaviors and Performance of Students

    Youngjin Lee, University of North Texas, United States

    This study investigates how the course format change caused by covid-19 pandemic affected learning behaviors and performance of college students enrolled in a large introductory history course.... More

    pp. 159-176

  4. “Pedagogical and didactics principles for the design and implementation of digital resources for teaching and learning history in the Greek school”

    Armodios Tsivas, Teacher PhD, Partner of the Panhellenic Repository of Learning Objects, Greece

    This paper elaborates on the design and development of digital history teaching material within the framework of the Digital School . It outlines the pedagogical and didactic principles, the... More

    pp. 177-203