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This article addresses the question of why a new journal about innovations in online education has been started.
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 could develop distinguishing features that are both ...
The editors-in-chief of this journal provide a welcome to our new journal, International Journal on Innovations in Online Education (IJIOE). The background of each editor is also provided.
This study examined the experiences and perceptions of a group of sixteen faculty members who participated in a comprehensive faculty development process for online teaching and learning developed using a cognitive apprenticeship theoretical ...
A comprehensive STEM education for students is meant to develop critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, collaboration, and self-directed learning. These are the main objectives of the BLOSSOMS Initiative (Blended Open-Source Science Or Math ...
This is an Editor's Note on the implications of the European Union's GDPR regulation on online education
Postsecondary education is now largely a requirement for entry into the middle class, but costs are causing traditional college and university programs to be increasingly out of reach for many. The Georgia Institute of Technology has had success ...
Editor's Note by Cammarata and Larson, titled "Project-Based Methods for Assessment of Active Learning STEM Video Lessons" in this issue.
Streams are focus areas for articles published in IJIOE. Articles are to be aggregated by stream area and each stream includes a forum page for discussion of articles. You may also share new ideas on innovations, or propose a topic.