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Advancement in online education : exploring the best practices

Author: Qiuyun Lin
Publisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers Inc, ©2012.
Series: Education in a competitive and globalizing world series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This two-volume book series on online education consists of current collection of research contributed by authors from different nations in different disciplines. The book series takes a global perspective, examining the skills needed for online education and looking to see how people around the world view the concepts and components that make up an online learning environment. Most of the collections are  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Qiuyun Lin
ISBN: 9781614708971 1614708975 9781614708957 1614708959
OCLC Number: 800420935
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: V. 1. Toward the new teaching-learning transaction in virtual learning environments / Qiuyun Lin --
Academic and social transition to college: perceptions of cyber high school students / Dorothy M. Gracey --
Becoming a networked teacher: a case study of the Aladin project in Italy / Guglielmo Trentin, Manuela Repetto --
Survival of the fittest: stories of online distance education administrators in higher education / Ozge Hacifazlioglu, Sirin Karadeniz --
Faculty development in transition from traditional to online instruction: a review of the research / Mary Alice Minahan --
Student and faculty preferences toward the use of social networks for academic purposes / Denise Simard, Heidi Schnackenberg --
Integrating virtual laboratories into collaborative e-learning / Miladin Z. Stefanovic, Milan S. Matijevic --
Integrating virtual laboratories into collaborative e-learning: a new open-source tool for educators / Carlos A. Jara ... [et al.] --
Implementation of virtual laboratories using the interactive Modelica library / Carla Martin-Villalba, Alfonso Urquia, Sebastian Dormido --
Design and implementation of online virtual network laboratory / Dalibor Dobrilovic, Stojanov Zeljko, Borislav Odadzic. V. 2. Unifying social, cognitive, and teaching presence towards building a community of practice in online education / Rong Yuan, Ravinder S Singh --
Autoethnography of an online course: theory and practice at a crossroad / Frank Corbett Jr., Whitney Wesley --
Voice interaction online / Terumi Miyazoe, Terry Anderson --
Integration of interactive online learning into introductory college mathematics courses / Laura J Pyzdrowsk, Ye Sun, Vennessa Walker, Anthony S Pyzdrowski, Melanie Butler, Weifeng Chen --
TESL professionals' virtual "treasure box" / Carla Amaro-Jimenez, Gulbahar Beckett --
Student learning strategies and performance in skills-versus non-skills-based blended courses at a Canadian university / Ada Le, Steve Joordens --
The effects of the immediate online homework feedback on homework attempts and mathematics performance / Melanie Butler, Laura Pyzdrowski, Vennessa Walker, Fred Butler --
African student perceptions of on-line assessment / Arthur James Swart --
Exploring the key factors that affect online learners' intention to continue / Rui-Ting Huang, Syh-Jong Jang --
The future of the networked learning / Qiuyun Lin.
Series Title: Education in a competitive and globalizing world series.
Responsibility: Qiuyun Lin, editor.

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"This two-volume book series on online education consists of current collection of research contributed by authors from different nations in different disciplines. The book series takes a global perspective, examining the skills needed for online education and looking to see how people around the world view the concepts and components that make up an online learning environment. Most of the collections are research-based practices that have been done through the years"--Series foreword, v. 1, p. [1].
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