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Journal of Technologies in Education , Volume 11, Issue 3, September, 2015

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Online (Distance) Education: Evolving Standards

We coherently analyzed the current landscape of e-learning through descriptive literature published in the last five years to illuminate elements of e-learning, limitations and emerging solutions.

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Published online: May 26, 2015

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Megabit Faculty in a Gigabit World: Student Perceptions of Technology Education Programs

It is imperative that faculty maintain the cutting edge skill set required to be effective. The session will review faculty challenges relating to timeliness of their technological and pedagogical skills.

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Delivering Screen Media Production Courses Online: Two Universities Share Perspectives

This paper investigates whether group production courses (skill-based) in screen media can be delivered online while still maintaining the essential collaborative and creative team building necessary.

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Interaction among Adult Online Learners with the Use of Technologies

This paper reports online interaction among adult learners as well as the effect of adult learners on student non-cognitive learning outcome in online settings.

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Published online: January 9, 2015

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Journal of Technologies in Education , Volume 11

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Journal of Technologies in Education , Volume 11, Issue 1, March 2015

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The Need For Assessment: The Double-edged Sword of Online Technologies in Higher Education

Today faculty and students face challenges with rapidly advancing online technologies — the communication channels can be double-edged swords depending on the quality of the transmitted messages and information.

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Published online: November 26, 2014

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Tendencies toward Problem-Setting and Problem-Solving: A Study of Operations Derived from Motivation Strategies

This study addresses how individual orientations in homogeneous groups have an effect on user centered design in open-ended design tasks. Highlighting differences contributes to understanding challenges in innovation activities.

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Journal of Technologies in Education , Volume 10, Issue 2, January 2015

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