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Enhancements In Blended E-Learning Management System

Ibrahim S AlNomay, Alaa Jaber, Ghada AlNasser
2012 Zenodo  
In another report by The Sloan Consortium three-quarters of institutions report that the economic downturn has increased demand for online courses and programs.  ...  A learning management system (commonly abbreviated as LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, and reporting of training programs, classroom and online events, e-learning  ...  In another report by The Sloan Consortium threequarters of institutions report that the economic downturn has increased demand for online courses and programs. [5] divided the progress of the Information  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1333697 fatcat:p2z64gof3fewxmplvgdjaqt45m

Balancing the COVID-19 Disruption to Undergraduate Learning and Assessment with an Academic Student Support Package: Implications for Student Achievement and Engagement

Natalie Lloyd, Rebecca Sealey, Murray Logan
2021 Student Success  
While there was no overall year effect for overall student achievement, exam achievement increased and on-course assessment achievement decreased in 2020.  ...  When achievement was analysed according to an assessment task change, a year effect emerged, with the magnitude and direction of the effect dependent on the task changes.  ...  Reported student experience of online exams is mixed. Increases in exam anxiety and concomitant reduction in student grades were reported by Woldeab and Brothen (2019) .  ... 
doi:10.5204/ssj.1933 fatcat:37hqrrycqve4jbkngbl75uuu6u

Guest editorial

Tomayess Issa, Pedro T. Isaías, Theodora Issa
2021 Interactive Technology and Smart Education  
A lack of methodological rigor was observed with some studies. As a result of COVID-19, online university teaching has become the "new normal" but also refocused questions regarding its efficacy.  ...  The study is based on data collected in March 2020 through an online survey questionnaire from Guest  ...  For conceptualization of the construct of online exam anxiety as a multi-item construct, the principal component analysis is carried out.  ... 
doi:10.1108/itse-09-2021-248 dblp:journals/itse/IssaII21a fatcat:t37emz6hwfeelfpczbicjqcdru

Online learning for EFL students in Palestinian universities during corona pandemic: Advantages, challenges and solutions

Mohammed Farrah, Ghaida' Hatem al-Bakry
2020 Indonesian Journal of Learning and Instruction  
In the questionnaire, the participants were 191 students (161 females and 30 males), and all of the participants have tried the online learning experience during this pandemic. 33% of them took online  ...  The researchers investigated the current situation of online learning in Palestinian universities during the COVID-19 pandemic using a questionnaire.  ...  Item number ( 11 ) 'E-learning provides me with a valuable learning experience ' (mean=3.47) shows that students consider their experience as a valuable one, which gives the sense of adapting with the  ... 
doi:10.25134/ijli.v3i2.3677 doaj:c8669741c69f44798454acfb83df399e fatcat:7tp2ewn5afagjk4hsnbh6aqjo4

Self-efficacy of Saudi English Majors after the Emergent Transition to Online Learning and Online Assessment during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Zeineb Amri, Nasser Alasmari
2021 International Journal of Higher Education  
The study's objectives are to determine Blackboard's effect on Saudi learners' self-efficacy beliefs, identify factors influencing these beliefs in the online context, and determine the relationship between  ...  and, instead, use the online Blackboard platform.  ...  , the premise of online courses.  ... 
doi:10.5430/ijhe.v10n3p127 fatcat:hi5jpkniwvc55lmujdhxxefmnq

Iranian EFL Teachers' Challenges and Coping Strategies During COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study

Nasim Ghanbari, Sima Nowroozi
2022 The Qualitative Report  
The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has had unprecedented effects on education.  ...  Besides, the teachers were asked to provide a descriptive account of how they dealt with the pandemic in their teaching context.  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements The authors wish to express their gratitude to two instructors at PGU Department of English Language and Literature for their participation in this study.  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2022.5066 fatcat:xayoaoegnngc5aqbsztppweuxq


Ahmad S Haider, Saleh Al-Salman
2020 Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews  
Purpose of the study: The present study surveys the reactions of university-level faculty members in Jordan towards their experience with COVID-19's emergency online learning model.  ...  It primarily investigates the advantages of switching to online learning, challenges faced, and suggestions for improving the teaching-learning process.  ...  One of the responses was 'the future is heading towards the online learning, and this was a great opportunity to be part of this experience'.  ... 
doi:10.18510/hssr.2020.84131 fatcat:m2pxsfrwfjgxbkv7pim6lpkitm

COVID-19 and online learning experiences of Solomon Islands students at the University of the South Pacific

Jeremy Dorovolomo, Patricia Rodie, Billy Fito'o, Loriza Zinnie Rafiq
2021 Waikato Journal of Education  
Prior to COVID-19, many of the courses at the USP were offered in blended mode, which encompasses both online and face-to-face delivery.  ...  This study aims to investigate the experiences of Solomon Islands students during the shift to online, remote teaching during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  ...  As a consequence of the unplanned nature of e-learning during ERT, HEIs must take into consideration the quality of its virtual courses.  ... 
doi:10.15663/wje.v26i1.768 fatcat:uzhgpbf6yngqtkntrqbel4bssm

The use of lecture capture in university mathematics education: a systematic review of the research literature

Euan Lindsay, Tanya Evans
2021 Mathematics Education Research Journal  
The literature predominantly reports a negative association between attainment and the use of LC as a substitute to live lectures.  ...  Lecture capture (LC), the process of recording face-to-face lectures for future viewing, has become a common technology in Western universities in the twentyfirst century, yet research on its effectiveness  ...  ) which have a one-to-one correspondence with a live lecture from the course.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13394-021-00369-8 fatcat:hvcagsxkfzbatan3i3xu36iigm

Academic Continuity: Staying True to Teaching Values and Objectives in the Face of Course Interruptions

Terence Day
2015 Teaching & Learning Inquiry: The ISSOTL Journal  
A number of comments made unsolicited comparisons with the traditional lecture format, suggesting that the context for teaching and learning, and students' previous experience of different teaching approaches  ...  may merit more discussion in online learning studies.  ...  Terence Day is a Professor in the Department of Geography, Earth and Environmental Science at Okanagan College (Canada).  ... 
doi:10.2979/teachlearninqu.3.1.75 fatcat:keq7b4o4ajfs3egat3mrsewaau

The Evolving Military Learner Population: A Review of the Literature

Kate Ford, Karen Vignare
2014 Online Learning  
The review synthesizes recent scholarly and grey literature on military learner demographics and attributes, college experiences, and academic outcomes against a backdrop of conceptual frameworks addressing  ...  A growing number of institutions have adopted military-friendly approaches to program and service delivery since the enactment of the Post-9/11 GI Bill in 2008.  ...  In a multi-state study of online community college learners using similar engagement measures, Fisher (2010) found no significant difference in the level of effort between online military learners and  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v19i1.503 fatcat:gayuyqyg6zbnbllh43zheii6fy

Self-Directedness for Sustainable Learning in University Studies: Lithuanian Students' Perspective

Nijolė Burkšaitienė, Robert Lesčinskij, Jelena Suchanova, Jolita Šliogerienė
2021 Sustainability  
The data for the study were collected using a questionnaire that explored students' perceptions in line with ten indicators of self-directed learning.  ...  significant impact on these indicators.  ...  the unplanned transition to online learning.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13169467 fatcat:xdp4ls7sm5czlho3joleegkqzu

COVID-19 and Maintaining Public Health within Student Community: Moral Difficulties Faced by Students

Volha Paulava, Tetyana Kamenska, Olena Terzi, Viktoriia Borshch
2021 Universal Journal of Public Health  
' reaction in the conditions of self-isolation, and students' opinion on new interaction with tutors in frame of online education.  ...  Cite This Paper in the following Citation Styles (a): [1] Abstract The research was aimed to develop a set of recommendations on maintaining public health within student community.  ...  The authors thank reviewers for their useful comments on the article.  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujph.2021.090506 fatcat:zyasp3gcgrcrpgmgfdc6varbze

"Ztudents" on X and Y Lenses in Turkey: Views of X and Y Generation Teachers about Certain Class Properties of Gen Z High-School Students

Yusuf Sözer
2021 Shanlax International Journal of Education  
Accordingly, 96 high-school teachers participated in the study group. The data was collected with a survey of open-ended questions and a semi-structured focus group interview.  ...  Z students' properties are adversely reflected on in-class processes through mutually aggravating relations of periodic factors and behavioural indicators.  ...  Whereas, Kirschner and De Bruyckere (2017) argued that being a digital native multi-tasker was a myth for Z cohort; they experience a digital connected world, but they are not capable of dealing with  ... 
doi:10.34293/education.v10i1.4281 fatcat:7p2jap3ylffqfn4r3pwfrcfm4u

Investigating Students' Perceptions of Their Learning Experience and Self-Regulated Learning Skills during Emergency Remote Teaching

2022 International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies  
The author examined students' perceptions of their online learning experience and self-regulated learning SRL.  ...  One of the highly autonomous instructional contexts students could go through was Emergency Remote Teaching.  ...  Emergency remote teaching (ERT) is a temporary shift of education to an alternate and unplanned online distance delivery mode due to crisis circumstance.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijwltt.302905 fatcat:y2s4swi66ven3fyovlpjc2pcrq
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