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Theoretical and Practical Approaches to Innovation in Higher Education
A term to describe an emerging approach to learn at students’ own premise through advanced information-communication technologies (such as Blackboard, Moodle, YouTube, Virtual Reality) either asynchronously or synchronously.
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What Can College Teachers Learn From Students' Experiential Narratives in Hybrid Courses?: A Text Mining Method of Longitudinal Data
Kenneth C. C. Yang (The University of Texas at El Paso, USA) and Yowei Kang (National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1662-1.ch006
Abstract
Thanks to the rapid development of asynchronous and synchronous instructional technologies (such as Blackboard and Moodle), many college instructors have flipped their classrooms to create a more student-centered learning environment. The emphasis on cultivating students' life-long learning abilities through the enhancement of information literacy or technology-enabled learning has transformed the pedagogical approaches used by many college instructors. This text mining study was based on a corpus of a three-year experiential narrative collected by the instructor from over 15 college-level courses to identify keywords, main topics/themes, and associations of these topical concepts in students' experiential narratives during and after taking these hybrid classes. QDA Miner text mining software was used to analyze these experiential narratives. Results, implications, and limitations were presented.
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Constructivist Instructional Design: A Blueprint for Online Course Design
The type of instruction that is mediated via the internet. Instruction may be synchronous or asynchronous and various technologies can be use to mediate the process. (Dabbagh and Bannan-Ritland, 2005).
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UDL in Action: Implementing Strategies in a Large Online Course
Anytime/anywhere access to education made available through the internet.
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Faculty Development for Dynamic Curriculum Design in Online Higher Education
A mode of education where instruction and learning activities take place primarily through digital platforms and the internet.
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Seismic Shifts in the Online Learning Environment in Higher Education
This refers to the delivery of educational content and instruction through the internet or other digital technologies.
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Teaching and Learning Online: An Examination of Effective Techniques, Practices, and Processes
The term online learning implies “that the learner is at a distance from the tutor or instructor, that the learner uses some form of technology to access learning materials” ( Anderson, 2008 ).
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Pedagogical Adaptation in Higher Learning Institutions During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Tanzania
This is the method of education and type of distance learning in which learning takes place across the distance through the internet and not in the traditional classroom setting.
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Towards Blended Learning Designs Fostering Adults' Social Capital: What Do Empirical Findings Reveal?
Learning that is conducted and materials that are delivered via online or mobile technologies.
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Implementing Varied Discussion Forums in E-Collaborative Learning Environments
Can be quite varied in their overall approach to the teaching and learning process, but they often have certain characteristics in common. In most online courses, students use a computer to connect to a course site on the World Wide Web.
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Exist or Exit: Resilience During and Post COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis in Higher Tertiary Institutions
Using ICT tools to teach students content and skills and to support their learning both within and outside of the conventional classroom environment.
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Advancing Retention and Engagement Strategies Through Effective Online Mediums
Teaching and learning facilitated through technology in which most of the instruction happens through a learning management system (LMS).
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Baby Boomers and Online Learning: Exploring Experiences in the Higher Education Landscape
Method of delivering educational material and classes over the internet, instead of in a face-to-face classroom setting.
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Culturally Responsive Pedagogy Considerations for Online Courses
A mode of education where teaching and learning take place primarily through digital platforms and the internet.
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Reconceptualizing Postgraduate Research: An Online Blended Learning Approach
The use of the internet to access resources to interact with course content, academics, and other learners and to obtain guidance and support throughout the learning process in order to construct knowledge and meaning.
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Teaching Clinical Skills During Pandemic Times: Online Clinical Simulation
Is an educational approach that requires the Internet to address learning content.
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Learning-Based Planning
Knowledge acquisition during a problem-solving process with the aim of improving the rest of the process.
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Cultural Issues in Global Collaborative Education
The term similar to e-learningonline education. Educational methods utilize the Internet on which students and teachers interact for given educational objectives.
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K-12 Schools and Online Learning
Educational program where content is primarily delivered through the Internet. Communication is typically asynchronous, occurring through e-mail, listservs, discussion postings, and chat rooms.
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Distance Learning and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
A learning process experienced via the Internet.
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Collaborative Learning: An Effective Tool to Empower Communities
Online learning is an option for learners who wish to learn in their own environment using technology and/or the Internet39. It is a form of learning conducted via a computer network, using the internet and the World Wide Web, a local area network (LAN), or an intranet40. Online learning can comprise of any learning experience or environment that relies upon the Internet/WWW as the primary delivery mode of communication and presentation41
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A Critical Analysis of Push, Pull, Bottleneck, and Road Ahead of E-Learning in India
Online learning, also known as e - learning or distance education, refers to a method of education that utilizes the internet and digital technologies to deliver educational content and instruction to learners.
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Digital Badging at Scale at Penn State University: A Case Study Within the Libraries and Engineering
A specific form of distance education in which the learner is completing their instruction mostly through an online format, either synchronous or asynchronous.
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COVID-19 Pandemic's Impact on English as a Foreign Language Teaching in Spain
Process of learning that takes place in online environments, by using digital devices and social media.
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Cognitive Theories that Guide Online Course Design
A form of learning in which learners interact with each other and the instructor through either asynchronous or synchronous modes of learning.
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A New Approach for Language Learning and Changing the Teacher's Role in Online Education
A learning experience using an internet connection. The term may encompass any type of learning using an internet connection such as e-learning, blended learning, distance learning, etc.
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Ensuring Presence in Online Learning Environments
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Empowering Instructors and Learners by Integrating UDL in Online PD and Teaching Practices
For the purposes of this chapter, all options provided digitally or with digital support. This includes synchronous meetings through an online platform, such as an LMS, asynchronous discussions and shared platforms that allow for collaboration, asynchronous assignments through an LMS, and content provided for contemplation, communication, and for learning.
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Implementing a Laptop Program within a College of Pharmacy
Educational programs that are available to students using a wide range of internet technologies. Most online learning includes use of a course management system that supports interaction with discussion boards, assessment with quizzes, texts and online collaborative classrooms.
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Preservice Teacher Perceptions on the Design of a U-Pace Online Course Compared to a Conventional Face-to-Face Mathematics Content Course
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E-Learning Perceptions and Challenges Amid COVID-19: Moroccan Higher Education Teachers in Institutions With Regulated Access as a Case Study
it is a web-based e-learning solution where digital learning resources are provided to facilitate technological content and interaction for teaching and learning. All learners can have access to a broad educational content that meet their learning needs and styles.
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Instructional Design and Online Standards
A term used to describe distance learning conducted via the Internet.
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Does E-Learning Improve the Communication Among Students and Lecturers?
Constitutes just one part of technology-based learning and describes learning via Internet, intranet, and extranet.
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Online Learning Using Game Design: The Architecture Student Experience
A learning method of education whereby students learn in a fully virtual environment using the technology to deliver it. It happens through the internet, either asynchronously or synchronously.
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A Holistic Professional Development Model: A Case Study to Support Faculty Transition to Online Teaching
Internet or web-based learning, often used interchangeably with eLearning; although eLearning is a broader term. Similar to distance learning, online learning is a method of instruction whereby instructor and student are separated by time and/or distance and not geographically bound.
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Multiple Intelligence Theory in the Digital Age of Learning
Online learning comprises student learning through the internet and a personal computer.
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Humanistic Theories that Guide Online Course Design
A form of learning in which learners interact with each other and the instructor through either asynchronous or synchronous modes of learning.
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Closing the Distance Gap Through Adopting a Blended Teaching and Learning Model: Lecturers and Students' Expectations and Perceptions at UKZN
Online learning refers to “education that takes place over the internet or transition from the traditional face-to-face classes into fully online, web-based courses (Sadiku, Adebo & Musa, 2018, p. 73). Online learning includes a range of technologies such as the web, email, chat, online groups, audio, and video conferencing delivered over computer links and screens to impart education (information).
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Online Instruction: Is the Quality the Same as Face-to-Face Instruction?
Students and teachers use the internet-based learning technologies to participate in the delivery of academic information.
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English Language Teachers' Perceptions on AI's Role in Alleviating Digital Burnout
A mode of education that utilizes digital platforms and technologies to deliver educational content and facilitate learning interactions remotely, allowing learners to access educational resources and engage in learning activities through the internet.
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Student Motivation in Online Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case of Bangladesh
Online learning is a learning process provided through internet platforms and different multimedia modalities. It helps students by providing flexibility of time and pace in both synchronous and asynchronous forms and can connect students and teachers of diverse geographical backgrounds. Online learning is also mentioned by different terms such as e-learning, computer-assisted instruction, web-based learning, and Internet-based learning.
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Undergraduate Students' Motivation to Online Learning in a Low-Resource Setting: Challenges and Expectations
Online learning is the technique of receiving instruction for learning electronically via an internet-based platform. Online learning, also called e-learning or web-based learning, is the alternative to face-to-face learning.
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A Comparative Study on New Generation Learning and Awareness
It is a learning strategy that people can take classes, obtain various certificates and diplomas on web-based platforms.
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Distance Learning in Chemical Engineering: Past, Present, and Future
A form of distance learning where the majority or all of the study and interaction takes place online. The ubiquity of the Internet has in recent years made Distance Learning and Online Learning synonymous in many cases.
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The Unexpected Online Learning Pivot: Faculty Persistence Through the Swerve and Dangle
This term is frequently associated with learning management system software that houses an all-in-one approach to having all subject matter materials, communications, directives, and assessment tools housed within one location. It is important to recognize that online learning is a differentiated environment from other forms of learning engagement, wherein the teacher rethinks their role and the role of the classroom environment.
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Designing Instruction for Successful Online Learning
Use of the Internet to deliver instructions to students using a variety of instructional strategies to meet individual students’ needs.
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Reading Data Possibilities From an LMS Data Portal Data Dictionary
The use of communications technologies for distributed learning.
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The Role of Social Media Technologies in E-Learning: Promoting Interactivity in Online Learning Environments
Refers to learning environments that are mainly enabled by various ICT, does not require the teacher and the learner to be available at the same time and place, and constitutes 80% or more learning/teaching activities being conducted through web-based ICT.
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Improving the Workforce in Kazakhstan through Distance Learning Technologies
Students engaged in learning are not in same physical location but are separated by some physical distance.
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Understanding Group Interaction and Knowledge Building in Virtual Learning Environments
The use of information and communication technologies to access resources and interact with other parties/entities to acquire knowledge.
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Continuing Science Education of the Global Public
Learning that is leveraged on the Internet.
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Towards Realizing Twenty-First Century Skills: Deliberate Scaffolding of Metacognition in Instruction
The implementation of digital technologies to create digital learning experiences on a computer platform. Students may engage in interactions directly with technologies such as visualization tools, database, multimedia interaction; or they may engage in technology mediated interactions with other students or instructors using digital communication tools such forums and discussion groups or social media tools. Online learning may be wholly in an online or virtual environment or may be blended with face-to-face interactions.
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Adult Learning: From Theory to Practice in the Online Classroom
This is an overarching term for any learning that takes place across distance and not in a traditional classroom. It is sometimes referred to as e-learning, and it is intended to bridge the gap between the student and the lecturer.
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Does Online Learning Differentiate Learning Styles of Turkish Teacher Candidates?
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Exploring the Cost-Benefit Factors, Technological Advancements, and Cybersecurity Impacts: Analyzing ROI
Online learning refers to a mode of education where students use digital technology to access educational materials and interact with instructors and peers remotely. Online learning can take many forms, including video conferencing, webinars, online courses, and virtual classrooms. It offers a flexible and convenient way for people to acquire new knowledge and skills without the constraints of time and location. However, it also requires self-discipline and motivation on the part of the learner, as well as reliable internet access and digital literacy.
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Proficient Erudition of Pedagogues and Administrants for Integrated and Online Learning
Distant learning provided through internet with live class sessions or recorded class sessions. The learners have advantage to learn at their convenience.
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Ensuring Inclusive and Equitable Quality Blended Learning in Zimbabwe's Higher Education: Lessons Learned During COVID-19
Online learning, also known as e-learning or distance education, involves the use of digital technologies to deliver educational content and facilitate interactions between teachers and students over the internet. It allows learners to access course material, engage in discussions, submit assignments and complete assessments remotely.
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Online Pedagogical Effectiveness in Adult Contexts
The use of the Internet to access learning materials, to interact with the content, instructor, and other learners, and to obtain support during the learning process, in order to acquire knowledge, to construct personal meaning, and to grow from the learning experience. (Ally, 2004)
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Navigating Digital Transformation in Zimbabwe's Higher and Tertiary Education Post the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons From Selected State Universities
A term for using the Internet as the sole medium of instructional communication between professor and student with no concurrent presence of professor or student in a physical classroom.
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Blended Learning in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities
Situation where teaching and learning takes place over the internet without learners having to meet physically.
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Professional Practices and Classroom Engagement in Online and Blended Teacher Training Environments
This means the interactions with the materials, peers, and tutors through a digital platform. The platform involves the use of Internet and some digital device that enables the online interactions.
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A Journey Through the Development of Online Environments: Putting UDL Theory into Practice
“[R]efers to a learner's interaction with content and/or people via the Internet for the purpose of learning. The learning may be part of a formal course or program or simply something learners pursue for their own interests” ( Means, Bakia, & Murphy, 2014 , p. 6).
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Taxonomies for Technology
Flexible or distance learning containing a component that is access via the World Wide Web.
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The Changing Role of Library and Information Professionals in the New Normal: Towards a New Trajectory
It is an internet-based learning environment where students can access their learning materials online at any place and any time.
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Developing a Doctoral Identity: Strategies to Help Online Students Move From Student to Scholar
Education that happens through synchronous and/or asynchronous methods using an online learning management system.
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Enhancing Instructor Capacity Through the Redesign of Online Practicum Course Environments Using Universal Design for Learning
Allen and Seaman (2011) described online learning when content is delivered online 80% or more. “A course where most or all of the content is delivered online. Typically have no face-to-face meetings” (p. 7).
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Edmodo in an Institute of Teacher Education: A Platform for Blended Learning
Learning through online activities created using the features in Edmodo and other digital applications in the internet.
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APEC Cyber Academy: An International Networked Learning Environment
Course where most or all of the content is delivered online, with at least 80% of seat time being replaced by online activity.
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Learning to Teach Mathematics Online: An Action Research Study
A type of distance learning that takes place over the Internet using computers.
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COVID-19 and Digital Transformation of Cambodian Higher Education: Opportunities, Challenges, and the Way Forward
Often referred to as e-learning, an approach to education that is entirely delivered through the internet using technologies to mediate the teaching and learning process.
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Creating Collaboration in Global Online Learning: Case Studies
A formalized teaching and learning system specifically designed to be carried out remotely by using electronic communication. It may be asynchronous (where students do not need to be online at the same time) or synchronous (where students are online together) or some mixture of the two. A variety of technologies can be incorporated.
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Higher Order Thinking in Online Courses
Online learning is learning on the Internet.
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Facilitating Multicultural Student Team Engagement in Higher Education: A Model for Digital Learning Environments
Online learning uses the Internet to access learning materials; to interact with the content, instructor, and other learners; and to obtain support during the learning process, in order to acquire knowledge, to construct personal meaning, and to grow from the learning experience.
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Cultivating Teaching Presence and Social Presence Through Multimedia Intervention
Instruction delivered through the Internet either synchronously or asynchronously.
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Online and Distance Education in the Era of Rampant Technological Revolution
It is an educational approach that benefits from online technologies.
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Using Canvas Commons to Transform Information Literacy Instruction
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Lessons Learned From Preservice Teachers of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students During a Pandemic
An umbrella term for any learning that takes place over the Internet and not in a traditional classroom. Often referred to as e-learning or distance learning .
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Adapting to Virtual Third-Space Language Learning Futures
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Adapting Problem-Based Learning to an Online Learning Environment
The transmission of information and/or communication via the Internet without instructors and students connected at the same time or place.
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Enhancing Organizational Resiliency: Lessons Learned – COVID-19 and the National University of Mongolia
A digital form of learning that takes place over the Internet. Online learning is also called e-learning and distance learning and may take place asynchronously or synchronously.
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Data Communications and E-Learning
An inclusive term for any form of learning supported by computer based training.
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A Theoretical Perspective of Inequities in Online Learning/Education Based on Generational Differences
Education that takes place over the Internet. It is also often referred to as ‘online education’.
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A Framework for the Redesign Principles That Improved Engagement in an Online Graduate Class
Student learning that occurs online using internet or web-based instruction and applications that may take place fully online or in blended or hybrid formats.
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Beyond Onboarding: Building a Culture of Continuous Professional Development for Effective Online Instruction
Education that is mediated through the internet and includes a range of formats including fully online, hybrid, asynchronous, and synchronous models.
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Flipping Learning!: Challenges in Deploying Online Resources to Flipped Learning in Higher Education
A term describing learning that takes place on the web and thus requires connection to the Internet.
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Online Strategic Discussion Forum: Models, Strategies, and Applications
A form of distance learning that occurs over the internet. It is sometimes referred to as e-learning. Online learning takes place in a non-traditional setting, allowing students to participate in learning regardless of the limitations of distance and time.
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Designing Online Learning Environments via Mobile Technologies
Learning that is thought to process in distance through digital platforms and the internet by using a device such as a mobile phone or computer.
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Teaching Style in the Online Classroom
Education that is delivered using a computer or computer network, often actively connected to the Internet.
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Computer-Enhanced Grammar Teaching
The use of Web-based technologies for language learning.
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Critical Reflections of Faculty Using TILT in Classrooms at a Historically Black University
Also known as distance learning provides students with an opportunity to educate themselves without leaving home using technological platforms. Classes in online learning modalities are facilitated via learning management systems such as Desire to Learn, Blackboard, or by using mobile apps, email, television, and websites.
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Comparison of Student Achievement and Problem-Solving Techniques for Integration Between Online and Face-to-Face Calculus Courses
Learning through technological devices that utilize internet connectedness to access course material and content.
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The Pivotal Role of Faculty in Online Student Engagement and Retention
Online learning is a term that refers to the process of gaining informing through web-based, internet based sources. The term is also referred to as e-learning, virtual learning, net-based learning; a wide variety of technology is encompassed by the term online learning; in this chapter the term is used for whole course internet delivery.
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The Role of Open Educational Resources (OERs) in the Future of Online Learning
A learning experience which happens via the Internet and learners are instructors engage in learning-teaching activities independent from time and/or place boundaries.
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Examining Graduate Students' Cooperative Learning Experiences in an Online Reading Course
Tools for educational content that are grounded in and accessible through the Internet.
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Integrative Course Design and Pedagogy to Humanize Online Learning: A Case Study
Learning that involves the use of computer networks such as the internet, the world wide web, or local area networks. It can be synchronous, or asynchronous, instructor facilitated or solely computer based. Related terms are elearning and online education.
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Higher Order Thinking in Online Courses
Online learning is learning on the Internet.
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Principles of Instructional Design for E-Learning and Online Learning Practices: Implications for Medical Education
Artificially developed complex and comprehensive digital educational content delivery practices, which support all types of interactions (learner-content, learner-learner, learner instructor), use LMSs for maximum learner satisfaction and performance, and utilize ILTs for effective content transfer.
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Students' Perceptions About E-Learning Within the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Study in Brazil and Portugal
Referred to sometimes as e-learning, is the instructional method of delivering course content remotely outside the physical classroom through the Internet and other digital technologies. The concept is used alternately in the context of this study as distance learning.
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An Argumentative Study on Digital Advertising Literacy
To be able to perform learning action through digital platforms.
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School Librarian Experiences of Learning Management Implementation
The activity by which students access materials for their studies and homework online, usually in an asynchronous environment which is set up by one or more their teachers, and accessed largely outside of the traditional school day.
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Success Predictors in Graduate Online Learning
Online learning encompasses many models and delivery modalities. In this study, online learning will refer to a model in which there is limited face-to-face interaction, communication is primarily asynchronous, no videos are required, all classroom activities take place online, and three short on campus residencies during the first three years of enrollment are mandatory. Occasionally, telephone communication may be involved. Online learning, in this study, does not include the traditional form of distance education or correspondence courses via mail, nor does it cover instruction via CD-ROM or CD-RIM interactive. The model is based upon the use of the Internet to access specific software that allows students and instructors entry into fora and online classrooms. This model is used in numerous university degree programs, certificate studies, and corporate training and educational development.
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Understanding Student Support: The Link Between Faculty, Student, and Online Learning
To bridge the separation between student and faculty, communications media is used to facilitate the learning experience. Online learning is the use of communications media intertwined with distance learning in any given program. At the onset of distance learning, the student solely interacted with printed material by correspondence through postal service. Today, various media (through technology advancements) can be combined even within one technology (multimedia) to transmit various forms of learning materials including print, audio-visuals, simulations, and demonstrations. Modern technologies have also enabled the student not only to interact with the learning materials but also with the teacher, the institution, and colleagues.
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Digitalization of K-12 Teacher Training: Reforming Professional Development Practices
Use of distance learning techniques where all the learning takes place using digital technologies either synchronously or asynchronously.
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Serving Adult Learners From International Backgrounds at Two Canadian Universities: Duty of Care, Student Success, and Approaches to Learning
Online learning is a learning model enabled by the use of internet technologies and, in general, facilitated by a subject matter expert. Among adult learners, online learning is often a preferred mode of learning because of its flexibility and accessibility.
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Through the Eyes of Students and Faculty: A Conceptual Framework for the Development of Online Courses
The use of technology, computer and the internet to bring instructor and learner together to complete the content and requirements of a course.
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Characterization of Online Learners or Students in Namibia
Refers to a process of acquiring knowledge and skills by using online materials and devices.
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Digital Differentiation in Gifted Education
It is education that takes place over the Internet. It is often referred to as “e-learning” among other terms. It is one of example of distance learning.
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The Digital Educational Model: Transformation of a Medical Program Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
Educational solution that integrates different pedagogical approaches than face-to-face teaching. It allows the massification of education in a low-cost alternative to distribute contents and promote asynchronous interaction between the academic community.
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Digital Learning in Rural K–12 Settings: A Survey of Challenges and Progress in the United States
Online learning is instruction and content delivered primarily over the Internet, sometimes accompanied by some additional communication and/or assistance by phone or video conferencing. A single course or an entire school may be online. Virtual learning, cyber learning, distance learning, and e-learning are all used here as synonyms.
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Building Online Faculty Learning Communities: Current Challenges and Opportunities for Minority Serving Institutions for Higher Education
This is education that takes place over the Internet. It is often referred to as ‘eLearning’. Online learning is just one type of ‘distance learning’ - the umbrella term for any learning that takes place across distance and not in a traditional classroom/in-person learning.
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Higher Order Thinking in Online Courses
Online learning is learning on the Internet.
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Beginning the Process of Humanizing Online Learning: Two Teachers' Experiences
The study of units or courses via internet-based learning experiences.
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Designing Innovative Faculty Development Initiatives Through the Lens of the Adult Learner
Learning that occurs using the Internet and/or other digital formats where students are not required to be physically present on campus.
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Pandemic Reminders About Inclusivity and Accessibility: For Now and in the Future
A form of distance learning that involves long-term cycles of systematic planning, evaluation, and reviews and references a growing body of knowledge that dates back to the 1940s.
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Before K and Beyond 20: The Sustainable Learning Paradigm
Students engaged in learning are not in same physical location but are separated by some physical distance.
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Communities of Inquiry in Online Learning
Networked synchronous and asynchronous communications that support purposeful learning communities.
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The Digital Transformation of Higher Education: The Challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic
A learning approach in which students enroll in courses in fully virtual learning environments.
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Deepening Understanding of Multicultural Online Education: Teaching Presence for English Language Learners
Education in which instruction and content are delivered primarily over the Internet. ( Watson & Kalmon, 2005 ) The term does not include printed-based correspondence education, broadcast television or radio, videocassettes, and stand-alone educational software programs that do not have a significant Internet-based instructional component. (U.S. Department of Education Office of Planning, Evaluation, and Policy Development Policy and Program Studies Service, 2010) Used interchangeably with Virtual learning, Cyber learning, e-learning.
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Promoting Interaction for Language Learners in Blended Learning Environments Through OEIP
Online learning is defined as a learning method or supportive resources available to learners through computers.
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Reconfiguring Curriculum and Instruction to Teach for Understanding: A Case Study
A course of study that that is delivered to students located remotely, using the takes Internet as an intermediary. It is a means to offer education flexibly and interactively using modern digital technologies.
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Motivating Online Learners In The English Speaking Caribbean: Post Pandemic
This term is used to refer to any learning that takes place using the world Wide Web and is used interchangeably with eLearning.
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The Importance of Tone and Attitude in Email and the Online Classroom
A virtual learning platform where information and instruction is shared via the Internet and without a physical classroom meeting place.
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Social Presence in an Online Learning Environment
The use of computer technology in delivering instruction primarily through the World Wide Web (WWW). Online courses typically use Web-based courseware or a combination of Web and email communication. It is also referred to as computer-mediated communication/instruction. Interaction between the instructors and learners and among the learners in this study is asynchronous.
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Strategies for Student Engagement and Motivation Factors in Online Learning
Is the use of internet to offer academic programs through asynchronous and synchronous communication.
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Implementing Blended Learning in Classrooms: Educators' Perspectives
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Exploring Assessment of Critical Thinking Learning Outcomes in Online Higher Education
Online learning often refers to further knowledge from or through use of an academic source. In this context online learning refers to programs offered through an accredited higher education institution using an online learning management system.
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Challenges Instructors Face in Online Courses
Online learning is any distance education experience that is delivered via the Internet. Online learning courses typically use Web-based courseware or a combination of Web and e-mail communication. Some online courses use more sophisticated multimedia tools such as RealAudio/Video, Microsoft Net Meeting, or Macromedia Flash (Holmes, 2000).
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Self-Directed Learning with Web-Based Resources
Learning that uses a range of Internet-based technologies for communication purposes and for locating and retrieving information, for example researching with Web-based resources or downloading lecture notes/recordings from online management systems. Communication tools for online learning include emailing, listserving, audio/video conferencing and the use of chat rooms or discussion forums.
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Components of Student Support in Blended and Online Learning
To bridge the separation between student and faculty, communications media is used to facilitate the learning experience. Online learning is the use of communications media intertwined with distance learning in any given program. At the onset of distance learning, the student solely interacted with printed material by correspondence through postal service. Today, various media (through technology advancements) can be combined even within one technology (multimedia) to transmit various forms of learning materials including print, audio-visuals, simulations and demonstrations. Through online learning, modern technologies have enabled the student not only to interact with the learning materials but also with the teacher, the institution and colleagues.
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What We Know About Assessing Online Learning in Secondary Schools
The use of the Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW) to deliver interactive learning experiences.
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Using Notification Systems to Create Social Places for Online Learning
Multiple terms including e-learning, networked learning and cyber learning, as well as online learning, are used to refer to educational practice that takes place via networked computers. The general benefit is to allow learners to learn from any place (at a distance) and anytime (asynchronously).
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Anecdotes From Turkish Online Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic
It is a part of asynchronous or / and simultaneous formal or informal learning processes where students receive educational courses or materials; students and educators interact together; access knowledge and gain teaching experiences via connection to the Internet.
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Quality Assurance Issues for Online Universities
A programme of education that is carried out wholly or primarily through the medium of the Internet.
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Baby Boomers and Online Learning: Exploring Experiences in the Higher Education Landscape
Method of delivering educational material and classes over the internet, instead of in a face-to-face classroom setting.
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Online Teaching Satisfaction and Technostress at Japanese Universities During Emergency Remote Teaching
A method of instruction facilitated by technology and the Internet where the student is not present in the physical classroom. Instruction can occur synchronously or asynchronously.
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Towards a Theory of Formative Assessment in Online Higher Education
A form of distance education (or e-learning) primarily conducted through web-based ICT to support the teaching and learning process, and does not require the teacher and the learner to be available at the same time and place.
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Introduction to Online Learning and the Adult Learner
means coursework for which 80% or more of the content is delivered online with no face-to-face interactions (Allen & Seaman, 2013). It is different form blended learning , a formal education program where students participate online at their own pace and their own place along with supervised participation face-to-face outside the home (Christensen, Horn, & Staker, 2013).
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Strategic Leadership in Instructional Design: Applying the Principles of Instructional Design through the Lens of Strategic Leadership to Distance Education
Learning that occurs through the internet. Can be autonomous, directed, and/or self-directed. Also referred to as elearning; distance education; virtual learning.
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Capabilities-Based Transformative Online Learning Pedagogy for Social Justice
Teaching and learning mediated using internet technology.
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Behavioral Theories that Guide Online Course Design
A form of learning in which learners interact with each other and the instructor through either asynchronous or synchronous modes of learning.
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Inequities Revealed: Pre-Pandemic Online Students and Faculty During the Global Health Crisis
A means of learning course content through internet-based applications and assessments.
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Classroom-in-a-Box: Rethinking Learning Community Classroom Environment Needs within Three-Dimensional Virtual Learning Environments
Also referred to as e-learning, is focused upon meeting instructional objectives through digitally-based managed learning environments, whether this mean Internet-based or computer-based.
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Accessing Learning Management Systems With Smartphones: What Is the Effect on Learning Behavior and Student Engagement?
Learning using Internet-based platforms which can involve synchronous, asynchronous or a combination of both approaches.
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Online Learning and Metacognition: A Design Framework
The implementation of digital technologies to create digital learning experiences on a computer platform. Students may engage in interactions directly with technologies such as visualization tools, database, multimedia interaction; or they may engage in technology mediated interactions with other students or instructors using digital communication tools such forums and discussion groups or social media tools. Online learning may be wholly in an online or virtual environment or may be blended with face-to-face interactions.
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Blended Learning as a Transformative Design Approach
Networked synchronous and asynchronous communications that support purposeful learning communities.
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Enhancing Student Engagement and Active Learning in Online Learning Environments: Lesson Learnt During the COVID-19 Lockdown
This is an umbrella term that includes any type of learning that is accomplished on a computer and usually over the internet.
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Enhancing Student Productivity Using a Creativity Tutorial
Learning situations in which the students and instructors communicate via the Internet and World Wide Web usually using an integrated learning environment.
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Online Interaction and Threaded Discussion
is any learning experience or educational material delivered primarily via the Internet to learners at a remote location. This mode of learning may give learners the opportunity to work with course materials at their own convenience or work collaboratively on class projects using tools like e-mail, discussion board, or listserv.
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Capacity Building in SME Tourism Networks
Learning that takes place anytime someone uses electronic means for gathering information either with (synchronous learning) or without another live person (asynchronous learning) present.
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Not Another Discussion Board: One Online Instructor's Reflective Practices to Create Effective Student Engagement
Instruction delivered electronically through various multimedia and Internet platforms and applications. It is used interchangeably with other terms such as web-based learning, e-learning, computer-assisted instruction, and Internet-based learning.
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Use of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): Enhancing Teaching and Learning for Business Education
The term “online learning” refers to education that occurs over the internet. Online learning is merely one sort of “distance learning,” which refers to any learning that takes place at a distance rather than in a typical classroom.
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Engaging a Workbench Dialectic Inquiry Model in an Online Master's Degree Program: TPACK Development Through Communities of Inquiry
Planned educational experiences where technology plays a critical role in both the teaching and learning for learners at a distance rather than in face-to-face exchanges but in virtual exchanges of ideas. The challenge for instruction is to design the environment in ways that encourage learner interaction.
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Trends in the Higher Education E-Learning Markets
Learning via educational material that is presented on a computer via an intranet or the Internet.
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Motivation in Online Learning
It is a kind of learning that allows learners to easily access rich learning resources and actively participate in learning activities without time and space limits.
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Multimedia Integration in Active Online Learning Environments
Instruction and interaction that are primarily based on the technologies available from the Internet and the World Wide Web.
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The Technology Shift for MOOC-Based Libraries: The Need of Libraries for MOOCs
Learning through online platforms where the interaction with the instructor may be through video conferencing.
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“Connected” Conversations in TESOL Education: A Retrospective on Virtual ESL Service Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Refers to structured course-based learning that takes place in a virtual space such as on a computer or mobile device that is typically done in the structure of a course.
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Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning and Assessment: A Strategy for Developing Online Learning Communities in Continuing Education
A form of distance education (or e-learning) primarily conducted through web-based ICT to support the teaching and learning process, and does not require the teacher and the learner to be available at the same time and place.
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MOOCs Global Digital Divide: Reality or Myth?
Referred to as eLearning, is learning via the internet or Web, in the form of courses, blogs, journals, books, and video.
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Opportunities and Challenges Offered by the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Academic Libraries
It is also referred to as e-learning which is education that takes place over the internet.
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A Reconstructed Conception of Learner Engagement in Technology Rich Online Learning Environments
Planned educational experiences where technology plays a critical role in both the teaching and learning for learners at a distance rather than in face-to-face exchanges but in virtual exchanges of ideas. The challenge for instruction is to design the environment in ways that encourage learner interaction.
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Strategies for Designing Equitable, Accessible, and Effective Blended and Fully Online Education
Students undertaking their study in a fully online environment with no compulsory face-to-face classes.
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College Professors Turning Chaos Into Collegial Collaboration
An alternative of learning through the Internet offered synchronously or asynchronously. Instructors manage a virtual classroom with tools embedded to communicate with students, provide instructional contents, conduct learning assessment, and generate progress report.
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Designing Cross-Cultural Collaborative Online Learning
Online learning is the exchange of information, ideas, and opinions between and among learners and teachers, usually occurring through technology with the aim of facilitating learning.
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Learning Activities Model
Flexible or distance learning containing a component that is accessed via the World Wide Web.
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Identifying and Constructively Engaging Learner Resistances in the Online Classroom
Uses of various online means for acquisition of knowledge, skills, and abilities / attitudes (KSAs).
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Instructor Feedback, Learner Satisfaction, and Online Learning
Learners meet virtually and learn knowledge via a variety of online learning tools including but not limited to: discussion board, chat room, email, and blog. Online learning increases dramatically at all levels in K-12 and higher education in recent years.
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Designing and Implementing a Globally Focused Interdisciplinary STEM Program: A Model for Preservice Teacher Preparation Programs
Refers to both synchronous and asynchronous learning modules, activities, and projects, primarily through Canvas learning modules and Zoom meetings.
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Academic Motivation and Self-Discipline Strategies for Online Learners
Students who are attending classes and working on assignments via virtual technologies instead of going to a physical campus location. This is also referred to as e-learning or distance learning.
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Developing Students' Self-Regulation Skills Within and Outside Academic Modules
Use of synchronous and asynchronous interaction and communication within a virtual environment.
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Attaining Knowledge of Idiomatics in the Age of Corona and Beyond
Closely associated with the concept of eLearning, Online Learning is learning that employs primarily Email and the Internet in following a course online that can result in the award of a course grade, certificate, or degree completion.
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Adapting to Online Learning: A Pioneering Journey in Technological Transformation
Also known as e-learning, is an educational approach facilitated through digital platforms and the internet. It allows students to access educational materials, interact with instructors, and participate in learning activities remotely, without the need for physical classrooms.
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Enhancing Student Agency as a Driver of Inclusion in Online Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Learning Content
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Web-Based Learning for Adolescents: Innovation and Challenges
Refers to teaching and learning that is conducted over the internet.
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A Critical Review of Secondary Educational Shifts to Online Learning Modalities in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Online learning encompasses all forms of teaching and learning using web-based technologies. It is defined as a learning experience using synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences through the use of devices connected to the internet ( Dhawan, 2020 ; Picciano, 2015 ).
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A Text Mining Analysis of Faculty Reflective Narratives on Their Participation in the TeachTech Program at The University of Texas at El Paso: Implications for Integrating IT Technologies Into College Pedagogy
A term to describe an emerging pedagogical approach to learn at students’ premise and at students’ own pace through the integration of advanced information-communication technologies (such as Blackboard, Moodle, YouTube) either asynchronously or synchronously.
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Blended and Online Distance Learning in Indonesian Higher Education: A Systems Perspective
Teaching and learning processes that combine synchronous and asynchronous learning activities supported by technological tools. It is delivered in the online space. Students do not require to attend in person. However, online learning as a part of online courses is not offered in distance education programs.
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COVID-19 Pandemic, Distance Learning, and Educational Inequality in Rural Ethiopia
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Self-Regulated Learning and Student Success, Retention, and Engagement in Online Courses
This involves enrolling in a course on the internet and learning through online videos and assignments.
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Supervising Projects and Dissertations
Also known as eLearning is used because education is provided through the Internet.
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The Online Adult Learner: Profiles and Practices
Students engaged in learning are not in same physical location but are separated by some physical distance.
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Applying Chickering and Gamson's Principles to Engage Today's Online Learner: A Literature Review
Educational experiences offered digitally via the Internet through LMSs, websites, or other technology.
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Technology Enriched Active Learning (TEAL) for Summer Sessions
A course that is delivered entirely online. Course management software is utilized and typically there are no face-to-face meetings except perhaps for testing.
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COVID-19 and the Digital Transformation of Education Lessons Learnt on 4IR in Zimbabwe
learning that takes place online and where technology enables all or part of the learning process and environment. This includes e-learning, receiving instruction via a platform such as Google classroom, accessing content via mobile devices or video conferencing.
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Media Ecology and the 21st Century Classroom
Learning in which course content is delivered through the Internet.
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The Effectiveness of Gamification on Student Engagement, Learning Outcomes, and Learning Experiences
A term to describe an emerging approach to learn at students’ premise through advanced information-communication technologies (such as Blackboard, Moodle, YouTube) either asynchronously or synchronously. Researchers have pointed out online learning can be informative/ individual learning focused, or communicative/networked learning focused.
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Developing Literacy Knowledge Through Active Learning in an Online Graduate-Level Course
All forms of electronically supported learning and teaching. The delivery of a training, or education program by electronic means. Online earning involves the use of a computer or other electronic devices and means to provide training, educational or learning material.
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Teachers' Initial Training in Online Working With Students
Any form of learning conducted partly or wholly over the internet.
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Using Heutagogy to Address the Needs of Online Learners
Learning delivered via Web-based or Internet-based technologies.
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K-20 Learning along a Novice to Expert Continuum in Online Learning Environments
Fundamental modality of communication between teacher and student, student, and student and student and curriculum is through electronic means, such as the Internet.
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Re-Examining Online Learning Practices Now and Beyond
Is any type of learning that relies primarily on technology and internet connectivity in either a synchronous or asynchronous setting to engage students in both formal education and self-directed learning.
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Online Learning as a Workplace Safety Answer to the COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis
Type of training that utilizes blended learning technique and interactive online tools and devices. It became the dominant type of training with participants located in different places during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Online Support for Collaborative Authentic Activities
Learning that is solely or partly mediated through online technologies. This mode of learning allows learners and teachers to interact regardless of location and time.
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Empathy-Driven Instructional Design in Asynchronous Online Discussions
Computer-based learning where students interact online synchronously and/or asynchronously to learn subject-matter content.
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Exploring the Online Teaching Strategies of ELT in an Online English Language Program and Their Impact on Student Achievement in Karachi, Pakistan
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Education System Using Cloud Computing: A Proposed Model
Online learning, also known as e-learning or distance education, refers to the educational process where instruction is delivered and facilitated using digital technologies over the internet. In online learning, students can access educational materials, participate in classes, and interact with instructors and peers through various online platforms and tools.
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University Faculty and Student Use of Social Media in Higher Education
Also e-learning. Knowledge gained through electronically supported instruction.
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Life Cycle Challenges of Online Learning Support Systems
An option for students who wish to learn in their own environment using technology and/or the Internet.
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The Explainable Model to Multi-Objective Reinforcement Learning Toward an Autonomous Smart System
In machine learning field, online means that a learner is connected to a learning environment. So, it is the learning that a learner directly learns in a learning environment. Note that in the education field, the meaning of offline learning is that a learner is required to travel to the training location, typically a lecture hall or classroom, which is different from the meaning of it in the machine learning field.
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Online Education and Cultural Background
The act of learning over a computer network. It is typically used to refer to Web-based resources. Examples of educational Web sites are HowStuffWorks.com and WikiHow.com.
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Blended Learning
The access to learning experiences, usually in context of the classroom, with resources available on the Internet.
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Vocational Training of Masters Using E-Learning Systems as the Basis of a Professional Teacher
Learners are adults, and training is carried out continuously throughout life. The purpose of adult education is closely associated with certain socio-psychological, occupational, household, personal problems, or factors or conditions with sufficiently clear ideas about further application of acquired knowledge, skills and qualities.
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Making the Most Out of Video Conference Learning: Experiences and Lessons From a University in Zimbabwe
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The Selection of Online Learning Tools for Higher Education: Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Pandemic Applicable to Numerous Learning Contexts
Courses offered by institutions that are conducted in a virtual space. Learners can engage with an academic institution in the traditional method of in person classes or through the virtual method computer mediated instruction. A blended-learning approach mixes in-person and online sessions.
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Eliminating Barriers for Non-Traditional Minority Adult Learners (NMALs) in Online Spaces
Opportunity to go to school or take courses through online web-based environments.
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Learning Management Systems in a Changing Environment
Courses that are delivered online for at least 80 percent of the content of the course.
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The Extent of K-12 Online Teacher Development: A Disconnect Between Preparation and Practice
Education in which a student learns in an educational program through student-controlled Internet delivery of content and instruction.
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Designing and Delivering Online Professional Development Courses for Online Educators: Lessons From the iEARN Online Professional Development Courses
This is an umbrella term that includes any type of learning that is accomplished on a computer and usually over the internet.
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Learning Design in Higher Education: Building Communities of Practice
Refers to learning activities that take place over the Internet either synchronously or asynchronously.
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From E-Learning to Games-Based E-Learning
Any class that offers its entire curriculum via the Internet thereby allowing learners to participate regardless of geographic location (place-independent), theoretically 24 hours a day (time-independent).
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Teaching and Learning in Turbulent Times: International College Students in the U.S.
The learning instruction is conducted through the use of different electronic devices. It is also known as remotely learning.
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Online Learning in the Age of Digital Transformation
Online Learning is instruction delivered through the Internet. Among other names, it is frequently referred to as “e-learning.”
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Career-Ready Through Remote and Hybrid Fellowships: Experiential Learning in Graduate Education