About International Journal on Innovations in Online Education

Editors-in-Chief: John R. Bourne, Donald Spicer and Frank Mayadas

ISSN Print: 2377-9519

ISSN Online: 2377-9527

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Aims

The aim of the IJIOE is to provide the field of online higher education with quality knowledge about what is going on in important areas of the field, with a specific emphasis on what is new and likely to affect the field. IJIOE has a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) online education, including related fields such as healthcare. IJIOE is the purveyor of “WISDOM” about the field, providing short articles, discussions with author experts and reviews of methods for moving the field forward in selected areas.

Scope

The scope of IJIOE includes all of online higher education, but has a loose focus on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) and healthcare. Articles are managed by “stream editors,” experts in specific streams of interests within this scope, including disciplines within the above content areas. From time to time, streams will be started that are thought to influence the major streams.

Areas of Interest

  • Simulations in online education
  • Virtual Worlds for online education (2D and 3D)
  • Analytics
  • Student services
  • Marketing
  • Big data
  • The LMS space (Open source, Comparative analyses)
  • Automation of infrastructure activities
  • The STEM perspective (Disciplinary examples)
  • Open source (OERs in various disciplines)
  • ePortfolios
  • Synchronous vs. Asynchronous (Product examples e.g. VoiceThread and many others)
  • Grading methods (Automated, Paper grading)
  • Faculty satisfaction: the role of faculty
  • Student satisfaction
  • Chatbots as a paradigm
  • Grading methods (Testing, Paper grading)
  • Faculty satisfaction: the role of faculty
  • Student satisfaction
  • Chatbots as a paradigm
  • Grading methods (Testing, Paper grading)
  • Plagiarism assessment Student authentication
  • Prior learning assessment
  • Badging and alternative curricular design approaches
  • Knowledge construction
  • International work and global collaboration
  • Group work: successes and failures
  • Legal, Rights, Responsibilities
  • Accessibility/disabilities
  • Financial models
  • MOOCs
  • Innovations in many disciplines (Sciences, Engineering, Technology, Mathematics, Health Care, including nursing and medicine, Liberal Arts, Law, Business)
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