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OLJ June 2022 26(2)

Mary Frances Rice
2022 Online Learning  
Indeed, I highly recommend this book to any existing and emerging American online leaders in higher education, including online learning leaders in business, government, healthcare, and other sectors.  ...  The authors declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ...  Watson et al. (2017) suggested that students' perceived educational quality included access to the instructor and the establishment of multiple virtual office hours to promote engagement and interaction  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v26i2.3442 fatcat:mdm7ki2nsza4bhokjqvsmmffom

Feasibility of Reducing and Breaking Up University Students' Sedentary Behaviour: Pilot Trial and Process Evaluation

Oscar Castro, Ineke Vergeer, Jason Bennie, Stuart J. H. Biddle
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
a single one-on-one session, together with automated text messages, may help University students reduce sedentary behaviour and enhance movement during weekend days.  ...  Students completed a process evaluation interview upon completing the trial.Results: From pre- to post-intervention, there was a significant reduction in accelerometer-based total and prolonged sedentary  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank all students who volunteered to participate in the study.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.661994 pmid:34177716 pmcid:PMC8222591 fatcat:utz37lmyurbgdjtz66vmbei2jq

An exploration of the multiple motivations for spending less time at work

Ursula Balderson, Brendan Burchell, Daiga Kamerāde, Senhu Wang, Adam Coutts
2020 Time & Society  
An overarching theme in the interviews was the idea that full-time work leads to a loss of autonomy, and a reduction in hours is a route to greater freedom.  ...  This article makes a significant empirical contribution to our understanding of why people in the United Kingdom without childcare responsibilities actively reduce or limit the amount of time they spend  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The authors declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0961463x20953945 fatcat:5wivihb2hnaxxiqnj3helrwblu

Experimental Evaluations and the Evolution of the Reemployment and Eligibility Assessment Program [chapter]

Jacob M. Benus
2017 Lessons Learned from Public Workforce Program Experiments  
The states and the number of interventions tested in each state were as follows: New York, 27; California, 26; Illinois, 19; Pennsylvania, 19; Ohio, 16; Florida, 13; Massachusetts, 13; Texas, 13; and  ...  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, Section 169. Greenberg, David, Mark Shroder, and Matthew Onstott. 2004 References  ...  Dakota, REA initiative implemented in, 70, 71 Norway, French SEA model used in, 102, 107n14 Nudge (Thaler and Sunstein), impact of, 3, 4-5, 41 Nudge projects.  ... 
doi:10.17848/9780880996310.ch4 fatcat:ofejmgxsvvf2za3ethbhckxyje

IRRODL Volume 8, Number 3

Various Authors
2007 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
Skepticism at the Outset Unfortunately, what Keniston (2001) says about India is not limited to that region alone, and in the same article, he goes on to make another significant point, specifically  ...  This is advocated in the work of Gourley (2004) , and Keniston (2001) who in writing about the Indian context, notes that India abounds with pilot projects that rarely form part of any larger plan and  ...  Even those based in the same location do not share the same office space, or observe the same office hours.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v8i3.1098 fatcat:bj7wu5pllvb2hbvxbnpb43zvse

Complete Issue Volume 13 Issue 3

Editor Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
2013 The Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  
student mediators who participated in the project.  ...  Each professor played an active role in data collection over a five semester period, facilitating the process by ensuring that student participation in both the pre-test and post-test surveys was acquired  ...  participation in academic help seeking activities, such as attendance at problem sessions and office hours.  ... 
doaj:2efe97e7f8a348468b0a832075b8a587 fatcat:wdsxjcjor5h4pgck4jiaxvsje4

Improving Students' Study Practices Through the Principled Design of Research Probes

Turadg Aleahmad
Nudge messages increased students' sense of achievement and interacted with students' existing time management skills to improve exam grades for poorer students.  ...  It combines these techniques in a way that is exceedingly easy to author, using existing answer keys and students' self-evaluations.  ...  This work explores methods for designing operant probes in the approach of Scientific Research through Interaction Design, adapting HCI methods to education research.  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6720152.v1 fatcat:piu7zxqdsfdxtiarwd5o7sid2y

Finance & Development, June 2011

IMF. External Relations Dept.
2011 Finance & Development  
, procrastination. " (Procrastination?  ...  Global Forum/OECd to be moved to the white list.  ...  In sum, this book is a must-read for everyone concerned about the poor in developing countries and policies to improve their lot.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781451953589.022 fatcat:ekrt5owndfd6xkod33d3zykp44

Complete Vol 8 (1995)

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1995 Fontanus  
Simpson, as did his successors, relied on her to manage the office and to furnish administrative services. l6 His opening remark to her was, "I'm a terrible procrastinator and you'll have to keep after  ...  Dawson and Harrington quietly nudged their campus neighbour to support science buildings, laboratories, and professorships.  ...  A special effort was made to identify books relating to local issues in the maritimes and British Columbia.  ... 
doi:10.26443/fo.v8i.236 fatcat:yc446lfknrgcvdqmtmwys45ywi


Alina Goldman
Student motivation and retention is a notorious problem in self-paced and mastery environments.  ...  This thesis uses a formative study conducted during a self-paced mastery course at the University of Maryland to understand how background variables affect achievement and to explore whether student success  ...  The instructor and TAs accounted for this by offering office hours on the four days that the course did not meet (9 hours, in total), however, Karabenick [48] has shown that students who are anxious  ... 
doi:10.13016/m2161d fatcat:a6sxryqqazfnddasn4tbdhj2nm

Complete Issue Volume 13 Issue 2

Editor Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
2013 The Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  
Although design flaws and logistical difficulties plagued these attempts, most students responded positively to the basic intent and elements of the approach.  ...  Standards-based grading (SBG) is an approach to assessment and reporting in which scores are attached to the specific learning objectives of a course, rather than to assignments or tests.  ...  Acknowledgements While the professional literature is relatively silent on SBG in physics and in higher education, the weblogs and Twitter feeds of innovative instructors are not.  ... 
doaj:f83eee1d81b14eb8b0ad1aaf2fd94643 fatcat:6gfv2p56vrcudewtz3nzs4y5lq

Living the PhD journey

Multiple Authors
2020 M@n@gement  
There are always interstitial, residual, marginal, irrelevant, recalcitrant and plain contradictory elements that escape any attempt to identify, govern, and stabilize a given … arrangement.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Philippine Loupiac for the engaging discussions that made this article possible and Helen Taylor for her forthcoming comments.  ...  In marketing, for example, nudge theory 11 is gaining traction both in academic and professional circles.  ... 
doi:10.37725/mgmt.v23.4467 fatcat:irhr7hbbbbfpxi3fikyh2jgyq4

The Role of Social Movements, Coalitions, and Workers in Resisting Harmful Artificial Intelligence and Contributing to the Development of Responsible AI [article]

Susan von Struensee
2021 arXiv   pre-print
From indigenous people addressing the lack of reliable data, to smart city stakeholders, to students protesting the academic relationships with sex trafficker and MIT donor Jeffery Epstein, the questionable  ...  ethics and values of those heavily investing in and profiting from AI are under global scrutiny.  ...  . 672 In response, some companies are trying to "diversify" datasets to reduce bias.  ... 
arXiv:2107.14052v1 fatcat:etqo64ksjzaihmt4kr7b6auxiu

Chapter 9. Acting the Author [chapter]

Pamela Henney
2017 Writing Pathways to Student Success  
Murray actually ties improvisation and rehearsal directly to the writing process, calling procrastination in writing rehearsal.  ...  Nuhfer and Costa nudge teachers to reflect on what kind of structured practice our students need to create and myelinize the neural pathways required for the kind of writing they will be asked to do across  ... 
doi:10.37514/pra-b.2017.7707.2.09 fatcat:hrrjlyorsrdrrhu4vpmgedvkdq

The Space Between: MA Students Enculturate to Graduate Reading and Writing [chapter]

Terri Fredrick, Kaylin Stravelli, Scott May, Jami Brookman-Smith
2020 Graduate Writing Across the Disciplines: Identifying, Teaching, and Supporting  
In keeping with the editorial mission of Across the Disciplines, books in the series are devoted to language, learning, academic writing, and writing pedagogy in all their intellectual, political, social  ...  And we see that to share the power of writing is to share the means for all to articulate their needs, interest, and learning into the great experiment of literacy.  ...  into which students must enter, and then disciplines as more specialized versions of that community, seem now to be reductive and overly linear understandings of the negotiation students take on" (p.  ... 
doi:10.37514/atd-b.2020.0407.2.06 fatcat:ch5ufz46zbfyvoas7yjt55tcvm
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