2022 19(1)

Volume 19, Issue 1, January 2022

Introspective Interactions: Implications from an International Collaboration

Anita Chadha, University of Houston, Downtown

Abstract and Paper

Investigating Factors Affecting Students' Satisfaction with E-Learning: An Empirical Case Study

Nahil Abdallah, Aldar University College, Dubai 
Odeh Abdallah, An-Najah National University, Nablus, Palestine

Abstract and Paper

Shaping the Engagement of Online Learners Through Instructor-Made Videos and Quizzes

Myrna W. Gantner, University of West Georgia
Laurie A. Kimbrel, University of West Georgia

Abstract and Paper

“It’s a Heavy Lift”: How University Faculty and Students Experienced Emergency Remote Teaching During COVID-19

Mary Jean Tecce DeCarlo, Drexel University
Dana Kemery, Drexel University
Toni Sondergeld, Drexel University
Jennifer Adams, Drexel University
Kathleen Provinzano, Drexel University

Abstract and Paper

Conveying Positive Regard in Distance Courses: An Exploratory Study Lights, Camera, Action: A Focus Group Study Exploring University Students' Experiences of Learning via Zoom

Bill R. Garris, East Tennessee State University
Bethany A. Novotny, East Tennessee State University
Kwangman Ko, East Tennessee State University

Abstract and Paper

A Comparison Study on the Utilization of Instructional Videos in a Health Professions Online Graduate Program

Dulce Maria Ruelas, Grand Canyon University
Danielle Henderson, Grand Canyon University

Abstract and Paper

Impact of Mobile Learning on Academic Motivation: University Students’ Perspective

Nabeela Sulaiman, University of Education, Lahore
Raheela Shahid, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan 

Abstract and Paper

Engagement in Recovery Experiences from Work Among Postsecondary Full-time Online Faculty

MaryAlice Varga, University of West Georgia
Nicole Denniston, Grand Canyon University 

Abstract and Paper

Teacher's Place as an Educator in Social Interaction, in the Digital Age, From the Point of View of Preservice Teachers Completing Student Teaching in Primary and Secondary Schools

Gila Cohen Zilka, Bar-Ilan University

Abstract and Paper

Students' Attitudes Towards Integrating Social Media Networks to the Educational Process

Nouwar Q. Al-Hamad, Yarmouk University
Faruq A. Al-Omari, Yarmouk University
Husni A. Salem, Jordan Ministry of Education

Abstract and Paper

Factors Affecting User Acceptance of eLearning Implementation in the Context of Higher Education: A Case Study of Health Science

Jodi Setiyawan, Universitas Indonesia 
Harry B. Santoso, Universitas Indonesia

Abstract and Paper

Promoting Meaningful Interaction and Community Development Through Discussion Board Activities in the Online Classroom

Kelly McKenna, Colorado State University 
Levi Altringer, Colorado State University
Karen Gebhardt, University of Colorado
Melanie G. Long, The College of Wooster

Abstract and Paper

Model for Engaging the Online Learner

Michelle Bartlett, North Carolina State University

Abstract and Paper

Better Recall, but Worse Course Evaluations – Switching from Lectures to Adaptive Learning

Tobias K Boehm, Western University of Health Sciences (CA)

Abstract and Paper 

Attitudes of the Students Enrolled in the Introduction to Education Course Towards eLearning, It's Applications, and It's Relationship to Some Variables

Raghad Alsarayreh, Al-Balqa’ Applied University (BAU)

Abstract and Paper


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