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Extending Learning to Interacting with Multiple Participants in Multiple Web 2.0 Learning Communities

Eugenia M. W. Ng
2010 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology  
The different online activities provided evidences to examine if the dynamic and multimedia features of Web 2.0 can provide a useful environment to enhance learning for our student teachers.  ...  The findings imply that Web 2.0 environments facilitated interacting with different groups of participants and have resulted in enhanced learning.  ...  In addition to face-to-face interactions, students used e-mails to communicate with each other and also to a wider community.  ... 
doi:10.28945/1189 fatcat:wej642atqbd77p2gg7k2mnizre

Beyond Socialising: Blogging as a teaching aid for Mass Communication writings Classes [article]

Muhammad Kabir Yusuf-Hamdani
2021 figshare.com  
Commenting and discussion tools attached to most blogs entice students to engage their peers in conversation within their local learning communities and beyond, which further enhances their opportunity  ...  Also, public comments, evaluations or criticisms can help students practice more integrative learning, find connections among their peers, and enhance their academic experiences.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.16608676.v1 fatcat:qnphodr2xrc3vkg7ynmv6lcjsu

Formative and summative analyses of disciplinary engagement and learning in a big open online course

Daniel T. Hickey, Joshua D. Quick, Xinyi Shen
2015 Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Learning Analytics And Knowledge - LAK '15  
Situative theories of knowing and participatory approaches to learning and assessment were used to design and then analyze learning in a "big open online course" ("BOOC") on educational assessment.  ...  The course featured personalized "wikifolio" public assignments peer commenting, endorsement, & promotion, formal online examinations, open digital badges, and participatory learning analytics.  ...  within which more specific principles were used to design and analyze an open online course on the topic of educational assessment.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2723576.2723634 dblp:conf/lak/HickeyQS15 fatcat:iuuapckoffe2dgru7gqnsplhaq

Assessing the effects of interactive blogging on student attitudes towards peer interaction, learning motivation, and academic achievements

C. Yang, Y.-S. Chang
2011 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning  
This paper explores the use of blogs, and how student attitudes towards online peer interaction and peer learning, as well as motivation to learn from peers, may differ when using the blog comments feature  ...  Blogs have been increasingly used to supplement traditional classroom lectures in higher education.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Dr. Yao-Jen Chang and the two anonymous referees whose comments and suggestions greatly improved our paper.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2011.00423.x fatcat:i3kbkvaq3befpldpwwj3xrft44

Scaffolding online collaborative critiquing for educational video production

2009 Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal  
While critiquing of such works is not new in art education, there is however scant literature on how to involve students in collaborative critiquing in an online environment involving video projects.  ...  A group of Singapore pre-service teachers were engaged in online collaborative critiquing of videos before they embarked on their video projects to illustrate what constitutes good and bad video production  ...  While this study shows how novices could learn design principles from critiquing other people"s works in an online discussion, future studies could focus on longitudinal research to track whether these  ... 
doi:10.34105/j.kmel.2009.01.005 fatcat:qvhbc74dh5a33fsea4xxagw3s4

COVID-19 and teacher education: a literature review of online teaching and learning practices

Carmen Carrillo, Maria Assunção Flores
2020 European Journal of Teacher Education  
Online teaching and learning practices related to social, cognitive and teaching presence were identified.  ...  This paper provides a review of the literature on online teaching and learning practices in teacher education. In total, 134 empirical studies were analysed.  ...  Similar to the inclusion of videos (see Cognitive Presence), the use of contextualised case stories as instructional anchors made assignments more relevant to participants' lives and supported reflection  ... 
doi:10.1080/02619768.2020.1821184 fatcat:7pi5bbrfgrcxfm7lwkymklawpu

A CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH TO THE DESIGN AND DELIVERY OF AN ONLINE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE: A CASE OF THE iEARN ONLINE COURSE

Lockias Chitanana, Lockias Chitanana, Lockias Chitanana
2012 International Journal of Instruction  
The study used the constructivist framework as the conceptual model to examine the way in which the constructivist theory has shaped the design and implementation of the course, as reflected by the interactions  ...  The purpose of the study was to understand how the iEARN online professional development course supported teachers' learning through effective discourse in an online environment and to identify the constructivist  ...  The social aspect of online education is important to consider in designing online content.  ... 
doaj:d06b6b67bc8d401ab755a394fcbf943e fatcat:mjtvdlk2yrfz5grtkcmzmw7abi

Enhancing Student Interactions in Online Learning: A Case of Using YouTube in a Distance Learning Module in a Higher Education Institution in Uganda

Proscovia Namubiru Ssentamu, Dick Ng'ambi, Emily Bagarukayo, Rehema Baguma, Harriet Mutambo Nabushawo, Christine Nalubowa
2020 Higher Education Research  
In this paper, we report on one use of technology where a teacher's integration of YouTube videos in teaching increased students' levels of interaction with the content of the video, with peers and with  ...  One of the challenges facing higher education institutions in general and Uganda in particular, is the widening gulf between increased use of technology for teaching and learning and achieving meaningful  ...  Carnegie and Melon Foundations are acknowledged for the scholarships offered to undertake the PGD in Education Technology at the University of Cape Town and all our course facilitators for building our  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.her.20200504.11 fatcat:nuy7ns4uxzaupprp7mgw3jfdgm

Videolyzer

Nicholas Diakopoulos, Sergio Goldenberg, Irfan Essa
2009 Proceedings of the 27th international conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI 09  
Tools to aid people in making sense of the information quality of online informational video are essential for media consumers seeking to be well informed.  ...  of online political videos.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The first author would like to thank Kathryn Bergman and his media savvy family for making this work possible. Support was provided by NSF IGERT-0221600.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1518701.1518824 dblp:conf/chi/DiakopoulosGE09 fatcat:ei5rycrsi5fuxkqtckggpmuhgi

Video annotation 'Prepare-Participate-Connect' models: Promoting student learning

Meg Colasante, Kathy Douglas
2016 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
MAT was integrated to allow students to access, interact with, and learn from a range of video-based learning materials.  ...  <p class="ETSNormal">Annotation of video for learning provides tertiary education students with the opportunity to view and engage with course material in an active rather than passive-receptive mode.  ...  Acknowledgment is also given to the AJET reviewers and editors, who offered generous and valuable insights.  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.2123 fatcat:ixaw273h2fbs3oi67owagghaoq

A real-time video-based social network platform for online ultrasound education

Yi Zhang, Shenyi Li, Xiangdang Long, Xi Li
2022 BMC Medical Education  
Conclusion The real-time video-based social networks for medicine combined with the YiQixiu live platform is a good method for imparting ultrasound medical education online.  ...  Methods We created a live broadcasting room on the real-time video-based social networks for medicine and imparted online education on ultrasound usage with "YiQixiu" as the transmission carrier.  ...  At present, with its unique form of presentation, the real-time video-based social networks for medicine provides voice and video services in online real-time interactive classrooms, and learners can break  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-022-03220-1 pmid:35260148 pmcid:PMC8902904 fatcat:hmmwtupg7ne5pkj6cdiyby7t24

Factors Affecting Students' Desire to Take Upcoming Online Courses after E-learning Experience During Covid 19

Nga Thuy Nguyen, Huong Thi Thu Tran
2022 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
The research results showed that skill enhancement, self-regulated learning, lecturer interaction during the course were among the most important predictors of students' desire to take more online courses  ...  In contrast, student interaction imposed no significant influence.  ...  The consequence of the lockdown and social distancing has led to a dramatic change in education.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v16i01.26777 fatcat:b2c47iaegbhabjwiihjzy47pfa

Mobile augmented-reality artifact creation as a component of mobile computer-supported collaborative learning

Fengfeng Ke, Yu-Chang Hsu
2015 The Internet and higher education  
Prior research on MCSCL also lacks studies that use mobile-accessible, multimodal social media (e.g., VoiceThread) to promote interaction, and studies that expand the context to higher education .  ...  In consequence, the degree of interactive discourse in VT was insufficient in both study groups: The posts responding to or adding on to peer comments were present in only around 37% of the Auras shared  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.iheduc.2015.04.003 fatcat:z4tjhohpergcfnhgvyp263se7q

Case study of creativity in asynchronous online discussions

Timothy Corfman, Dennis Beck
2019 International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education  
A case-study approach was used and one professor, recognized by her peers for her expertise in online education, and three of her students were interviewed.  ...  It is vital for online educators to know whether the strategies they use help students gain twenty-first-century skills like creativity. Unfortunately, very little research exists on this topic.  ...  Corfman and Beck International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education (2019) 16:22  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41239-019-0150-5 fatcat:cnjcnhyd6vedtiqkkgoycnfqme

Designing asynchronous online discussion environments: Recent progress and possible future directions

Fei Gao, Tianyi Zhang, Teresa Franklin
2012 British Journal of Educational Technology  
Asynchronous online discussion environments are important platforms to support learning.  ...  environments, visualized environments, anchored environments and combined environments.  ...  In an anchored discussion environment, participants can identify a portion of text and type in a comment while they are reading an online document.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01330.x fatcat:z4ewnzx6qfbklkbtro6asxivp4
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