Handbook of research on learning outcomes and opportunities in the digital age / Victor C.X. Wang, editor.
Contributor(s): Wang, Victor C. X., editor. | Gale GroupCall number: LB1028.5 H31655 2016 eb Material type: TextSeries: Gale virtual reference library.Advances in educational technologies and instructional design: Publisher: Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, an imprint of IGI Global, Description: 1 online resource (2 volumes) : illustrations (some color).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781466695788 (electronic book) ; 9781466695771 (hardcover) (Invalid ISBN) Subject(s): Computer-assisted instruction -- Evaluation | Education -- Effect of technological innovations onAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Handbook of research on learning outcomes and opportunities in the digital age.DDC classification: 371.33/4 Online resources: Available via Gale Virtual Reference Library. Click here to access
Includes bibliographical references and index.
chapter 1. Designing online MBA programs to promote transformative learning and knowledge creation through project-based learning using the job characteristics model / Sharon. E. Norris, Spring Arbor University, USA -- chapter 2. Factors Affecting the Adoption of Web 2.0 Technologies by University Students : Evidence from Australia / Yasser D. Al-Otaibi, Griffith University, Australia Luke Houghton, Griffith University, Australia -- chapter 3. Assessment of Learning and Technology : Computer Science Education / Hillary G. Fleenor, Columbus State University, USA Rania Hodhod, Columbus State University, USA -- chapter 4. Creating an Integrated Second Life Curriculum : Teaching and Learning through Interdisciplinary Pedagogies / Maureen Ellis, East Carolina University, USA Patricia J. Anderson, East Carolina University, USA -- chapter 5. Faculty Response to the Opportunities of the Digital Age : Towards a Service Culture in the Professoriate / David Starr-Glass, University of New York in Prague, Czech Republic -- chapter 6. Using Digital Resources to Support STEM Education / Carol Adamec Brown, East Carolina University, USA -- chapter 7. Distributed Cognition : Teachers' Perceptions and Implications for Learning Outcomes and Instructional Technology / Sherah Betts Carr, Mercer University, USA Nneka Johnson, Mercer University, USA Lucy Bush, Mercer University, USA -- chapter 8. The Blended Learning Environment in Higher Education : The Tutor and Student Perspective / Ellen Boeren, University of Edinburgh, UK -- chapter 9. Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur through Emotional Intelligence Development / Teresa Torres-Coronas, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain Maria-Arantzazu Vidal-Blasco, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain -- chapter 10. Online Learning and Metacognition : A Design Framework / Geraldine Torrisi-Steele, Griffith University, Australia -- chapter 11. Pedagogical Teaching or Andragogical Teaching via MOOCs? / Victor C. X. Wang, Florida Atlantic University, USA Linda Ellington, Southern New Hampshire University, USA -- chapter 12. Individual Differences, Learning Opportunities and Learning Outcomes, Digital Equity : Bridging the Gap - Creating Learning Opportunities for All Students / Amy L. Sedivy-Benton, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA -- chapter 13. Technological Interventions : Examination of Social Exchange as an Antecedent to Academic Achievement in Online Learning / Sayyid Cato, Keiser University, USA Rehana Seepersad, Florida International University, USA -- chapter 14. Technological Tools to Enhance Workplace Learning among Virtual Team Members / Jeanette Andrade, Eastern Illinois University, USA Wen-Hao Huang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA -- chapter 15. Using Blended Learning and Emerging Technologies to Transform the Adult Learning Experience / Leslie Cordie, Auburn University, USA Maria Martinez Witte, Auburn University, USA James Witte, Auburn University, USA -- chapter 16. Cultural Intelligence and Experiential Learning Powering Faculty Intercultural Leadership Development / Althia Ellis, Florida Atlantic University, USA -- chapter 17. Youth Learning in Afterschool Programs : Exploring Learning Outcomes for Rural Youth / Al Lauzon, University of Guelph, Canada Sarah Christie, University of Guelph, Canada Heather Cross, University of Guelph, Canada Bushra Khan, University of Guelph, Canada Bakhtawar Khan, University of Guelph, Canada -- chapter 18. Retaining Disciplinary Talents as Informal Learning Outcomes in the Digital Age : An Exploratory Framework to Engage Undergraduate Students with Career Decision-Making Processes / Wen-Hao Huang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA Eunjung Oh, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA -- chapter 19. Reflective Learning in the Digital Age : Insights from Confucius and Mezirow / Victor C. X. Wang, Florida Atlantic University, USA Rosaria Torrisi-Steele, Griffith University, Australia -- chapter 20. The Use of Technology to Promote Engagement : Five Case Studies in Distance Education / Rebecca L. Odom-Bartel, The University of Alabama, USA -- chapter 21. Critical Thinking, Instruction, and Professional Development for Schools in the Digital Age / Howard V. Coleman, Coastal Carolina University, USA Jeremy Dickerson, Coastal Carolina University, USA Dennis Dotterer, South Carolina Department of Education, USA -- chapter 22. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD ): The Power of the Tablet to Pocket Size Mobile Device on Learning and Assessment - Possibilities and Impacts on University Faculty, Students, and Staff / Christina Van Wingerden, Western Washington University, USA Ari Lidz, Western Washington University, USA AJ Barse, Western Washington University, USA Joanne DeMark, Western Washington University, USA David Hamiter, Western Washington University, USA -- chapter 23. A Multi-Criteria Decision Making Approach for Evaluation of MOOCs Platforms / Sunil Pratap Singh, Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University), India Preetvanti Singh, Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University), India -- chapter 24. Learning Opportunities and Outcomes of Design Research in the Digital Age / Kin Wai Michael Siu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China & Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Yi Lin Wong, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China -- chapter 25. Through the Eyes of Students and Faculty : A Conceptual Framework for the Development of Online Courses / Maysaa Barakat, Florida Atlantic University, USA Debra N. Weiss-Randall, Florida Atlantic University, USA -- chapter 26. Technology Paved the Road for Students in a High-School Dropout Recovery Program to an Online College Class / C. Jayne Brahler, University of Dayton, USA -- Chapter 27. The Digital Journey : Integrating Technology into Teaching and Learning / Susannah Brown, Florida Atlantic University, USA Jennifer Bird, Florida Atlantic University, USA Ann Musgrove, Florida Atlantic University, USA Jillian Powers, Florida Atlantic University, USA -- chapter 28. Disruptive Technologies and Education : Is There Any Disruption After All? / Kin Wai Michael Siu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China & Wuhan Institute of Technology, China Giovanni Jesue Contreras Garca, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China -- chapter 29. Learning to Teach Online : Negotiating Issues of Platform, Pedagogy, and Professional Development / Christina M. Tschida, East Carolina University, USA Elizabeth M. Hodge, East Carolina University, USA Steven W. Schmidt, East Carolina University, USA -- chapter 30. Using ePortfolios to Integrate and Assess Learning across the Curriculum / Catherine M. Wehlburg, Texas Christian University, USA -- chapter 31. MOOCs : A Three Dimensions Analysis of Impact in Higher Education / Maren Luebcke, Zurich University of Applied Science, Switzerland Fabienne Javet, Zurich University of Applied Science, Switzerland Snezana Scepanovic, University "Mediterranean", Montenegro -- chapter 32. Improving Workforce Education Learning Outcomes : Lessons from Soviet Educator A. S. Makarenko / Carsten Schmidtke, University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, USA -- chapter 33. Mixed-Reality Immersive Environment as an Instructional Tool for Building Educational Leadership Capacity : Is This the Future? / Valerie Anne Storey, University of Central Florida, USA Neffisatu J. C. Dambo, University of Central Florida, USA -- chapter 34. Twitter in Foreign Language Classes : Initiating Learners into Contemporary Language Variation / Geraldine Blattner, Florida Atlantic University, USA Amanda Dalola, The University of South Carolina, USA Lara Lomicka, The University of South Carolina, USA -- chapter 35. Technology-Enabled Learning Opportunities / Amir Manzoor, Bahria University, Pakistan -- chapter 36. New Learning for New Students / John Hope, University of Auckland, New Zealand -- chapter 37.
Virtual Learning Communities in Organizations and Institutions of Higher Learning : Implications for Technology, Learning Practice, and Organizational Culture / Ramona T. Sharpe, Teachers College, Columbia University, USA David Bush, Villanova University, USA Lawrence Cozzens, Villanova University, USA Megan Bosler, Villanova University, USA.
Provides expert research relating to recent technological advancements, technology and learning assessments, and the effects of technology on learning environments.
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