Volume 1, Issue 2, 2017

Competency-based Online Education
COMPETENCY-BASED EDUCATION: A COPERNICAN REVOLUTION

Editor's Choice Articles
DISTINGUISHING INNOVATIONS THAT CAN MAKE ONLINE PROGRAMS BETTER AND ALSO MORE MARKETABLE

For an online program to say that "our quality is as good as on campus" is not very useful if potential students have never heard of the campus. It seem likely, however, that online degree programs...

OnLine Laboratories
SIMPLE SIMULATED HEARING TEST EXPERIENCE FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Simulated learning environments (SLEs) have been used effectively in several health-related education programs. Few SLEs have been used in communication sciences and disorders (CSD). This paper...

SHOULD WE CONTINUE TO PROVIDE LIFE SUPPORT TO THE TRADITIONAL UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING LABORATORY OR IS IT TIME TO LET IT GO?

Teaching laboratories have been a fixture in science education since the mid-1800's. Considered essential for introducing students to the hands-on techniques and critical thought necessary to become...

Online Music Education
ONLINE MUSIC LEARNING: INFORMAL, FORMAL, AND STEAM CONTEXTS

The increased development and learning benefits of online learning technologies have prompted music educators to rethink the possibilities of learning music online (Crawford, 2013). Found throughout...

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