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SELF-DIRECTED ONLINE LEARNING AND SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY
Nov 11 2022 by Alexandra Minuk, Pamela Beach, Elena Favret 0 156 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2022045113

Self-directed online learning (SDOL) is emerging as an important tool for teacher professional development, especially during a time of physical and social distancing. This may be even more appealing for special education teachers, who are tasked ...

CONFIDENCE IN CRISIS: STUDENT SELF-EFFICACY AND THE ONLINE PIVOT
Nov 09 2022 by Sara Garner, Sarah Kuborn, Misty Chisum 0 40 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2022044659

The COVID-19 outbreak required a pivot to remote education mid-semester. Instructors and students alike were forced to adjust to the online platform even though many lacked the training or interest to do so. This qualitative study focused on the ...

WORKING TOGETHER TO GET IT RIGHT: CREATING A JUST-IN-TIME PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE FOR FACULTY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Oct 14 2022 by Caroline Fuchs, Cynthia R. Phillips 0 87 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2022045084

The emergency shift to remote teaching and learning that occurred as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic provided challenges as well as opportunities in higher education. The challenges were many, particularly the immediate need to shift thousands of ...

"THERE'S STILL SO MUCH MORE TO LEARN": LEARNING TO TEACH ONLINE DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC
Sep 08 2022 by Nicole Pepperell, Alison Jolley, Nigel Robertson, Stephen Harlow, Tracy Bowell 0 297 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2022044528

The COVID-19 pandemic forced rapid closures of educational institutions worldwide in 2020. Online delivery has become a common means of providing continuity of learning, particularly for tertiary institutions. It remains unclear what impact this ...

RESEARCH-BASED LEARNING IN AN ONLINE COURSE-BASED MASTER OF EDUCATION PROGRAM
Mar 18 2022 by Barbara Brown, Michele Jacobsen, Mairi McDermott, Marlon Simmons, Sarah Elaine Eaton, Verena Roberts, Sandra Becker 0 481 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2022041609

In this case study research, we examined graduate student experiences with research-based learning in an online course-based master's degree in education at a Canadian university. Data were gathered during two sequential phases, starting with exit ...

NARROWING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE: BUILDING A SENSE OF COMMUNITY USING ONLINE TOOLS IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD
Dec 16 2021 by Antik K. Dey 0 1069 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2021040576

The COVID-19 pandemic pushed teachers, students, and parents to find ways to adapt to a virtual education model, which brought challenges on several fronts. Parents, students, and teachers had to turn their bedrooms, kitchens, and living rooms into ...

EVALUATING TECHNOLOGIES FOR COMMUNICATING MATHEMATICAL AND SCIENTIFIC REASONING IN FULLY ONLINE ENGINEERING COURSES:A TECHNOLOGY CHOICE FRAMEWORK
Oct 20 2021 by Richard McInnes, Joshua Cramp, Claire Aitchison 0 809 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2021038935

Studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees online brings unique challenges since students and academics are expected to digitally communicate complex mathematical and scientific formulas as well as draw graphs and ...

A CASE STUDY OF KOSOVAN TEACHERS' TRANSITION TO DISTANCE EDUCATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Sep 21 2021 by Marigona Morina, Antigona Uka, Kashif Raza 0 1723 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2021038933

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted education globally; however, different contexts around the world have responded to the challenges distinctively depending on the available resources. Developed countries, like the United States, Canada, and Qatar, ...

UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' HOME-BASED LEARNING ENGAGEMENT IN THE SYNCHRONOUS ONLINE COURSE: THE PERSPECTIVE OF EDUCATIONAL ECOLOGY
Aug 12 2021 by Jing Li 0 1560 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2021038947

Synchronous online courses have received wide attention during the COVID-19 pandemic. Students had to attend classes online at home or in dormitories instead of face to face. Learning engagement in synchronous online courses is an important ...

STUDENTS AS PARTNERS IN A COVID-19 ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Jul 02 2021 by Lisa Fedoruk, Alysia Wright, Anthonia Anowai, Yolanda Osondu 0 1116 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2021038948

TAKING EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ONLINE: STUDENT PERCEPTIONS
Jun 25 2021 by Patricia Danyluk, Theodora Kapoyannis, Astrid Kendrick 0 1949 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2021038748

This article examines the impact of an online field experience course designed for Bachelor of Education students during the COVID-19 crisis. When Alberta schools closed two days before preservice teachers' practicum was to begin, all 435 in-school ...

LEARNING ALONE TOGETHER: A QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION EXPLORING VIRTUAL CONNECTEDNESS
Feb 11 2021 by Pauletta Irwin, Rosanne Coutts 0 1249 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2021036472

A shift in pedagogy is required to accommodate the broad adoption of technology enhanced teaching strategies in higher education. Academics are increasingly being challenged to shift from a position of viewing online learning as providing access to ...

EDITOR'S NOTE: SCHOLARSHIP OF ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING STREAM
Dec 30 2020 by Lisa Fedoruk 0 972 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020037402

"VIRTUALLY" A MAKER: MAKING IN AN ONLINE GRADUATE COURSE
Dec 30 2020 by Janette Hughes, Laura Morrison, Jennifer A. Robb 0 1606 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020037132

Makerspaces have become established as communal and collaborative environments for making meaning, solving problems, and developing essential global skills and competencies. However, these spaces are commonly utilized by makers who are ...

STUDENT USE OF SCAFFOLDING RESOURCES IN A HYBRID COURSE: EVIDENCE FROM EYE-TRACKING
Apr 01 2020 by Anna Slavina, Aliye Karabulut-Ilgu, Charles Jahren 0 2490 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020032355

The inclusion of technology in education has opened the door for more innovative methods of teaching. By integrating technology, instructors can leverage the individualized nature of self-guided learning while maintaining a classroom structure. A ...

COMPUTER-MARKED ASSESSMENTS TO ENHANCE LEARNING IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION
Mar 27 2020 by Kazem Ghabraie 0 3085 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020033192

In many of the early technical subjects in engineering courses, assessments can be designed to be automatically marked by computers. Computer-marked assessments are particularly suitable for online and blended classes due to their flexibility and ...

SCALING TO MEET THE ONLINE DEMAND IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
Mar 13 2020 by Kevin A. Gary, Ruben Acuna, Alexandra Mehlhase, Robert Heinrichs, Sohum Sohoni 0 3345 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2020032599

Arizona State University's bachelor of science in software engineering is the first Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accredited software engineering program offered in an online modality. ASU's online software ...

CULTIVATING CRAFT IN CONTEXT: GRADUATE STUDENTS AS DIGITAL PRESERVATION CONSULTANTS FOR SMALL CULTURAL HERITAGE ORGANIZATIONS
Mar 13 2019 by Trevor Owens 0 4261 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2019029576

Digital preservation is a craft, and craft is best honed and developed by working through issues in real world contexts. The course is now structured around a semester-long project where each graduate student acts as a digital preservation ...

"I WANT IT THE WAY I NEED IT": MODALITY, READABILITY, AND FORMAT CONTROL FOR AUTISTIC INFORMATION SEEKERS ONLINE
Mar 06 2019 by Amelia N. Gibson, Dana Hanson-Baldauf 0 4226 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2019029842

This qualitative analysis of 16 in-depth interviews with autistic individuals and parents explores themes related to information poverty and the influence of control and power in online environments toward knowledge growth, self-determination, and ...

PROMISING LIBRARY PRACTICES: ASSESSING AND INSTRUCTING DIGITAL PROBLEM SOLVING
Feb 27 2019 by Jill Castek, Gloria E. Jacobs 0 3157 0
DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2019029875

The purpose of this article is to introduce a practical framework and tools that can be used or adapted to assess the digital problem-solving abilities of library users. The framework and tools were developed from a three-year research study ...

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