International Journal of E-Learning & Distance Education

Articles from Vol. 31, No. 2, 2016

An Investigation into Effective Pedagogies in a Flipped Classroom: A Case Study
IntroductionHigher education institutions are facing a great deal of scrutiny for their failure to adequately educate students (McLaughlin et al., 2014). Research indicates that higher education institutions have not been able to fulfill their role in...
Redesigning Design: Field Testing a Revised Design Rubric Based on iNACOL Quality Course Standards
IntroductionThe use of online courses in the K-12 environment continues to grow, with supplemental online course enrollments at roughly 4.5 million in the United States alone (Gemin, Pape, Vashaw, & Watson, 2015). This influx of online courses into...
Strengthening Deeper Learning through Virtual Teams in E-Learning: A Synthesis of Determinants and Best Practices
IntroductionE-learning has transformed traditional ways of learning in higher education. It is defined as:An approach to teaching and learning, representing all or part of the educational model applied, that is based on the use of electronic media and...
The Virtual Professor and Online Teaching, Administration and Research: Issues for Globally Dispersed Business Faculty
IntroductionThe use of online educational delivery in universities has increased dramatically. Changes in the learning needs of students, increased competition, economic circumstances and advances in technology have forced universities to re-strategize...
Thirty Years Later: Educational Applications of Computer Conferencing
Linda is a luminary in the area of online education, and a pioneer of pedagogies and processes to research online learning. Since 1983, Linda has been a leading teacher, scholar and speaker on the theories and practices of online education, contributing...
Thirty Years Later: Reflection on Computer Assisted Learning or Communications for Instructional Technology in Distance Education
To celebrate the International Journal of E-learning and Distance Education's 30th anniversary, we thought it would be a great idea to ask a well-known researcher who provided an article for to the inaugural edition of the Journal, to reflect on his...
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