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Pharmacy Students’ Perceptions and Usage of an Adaptive Learning Technology (SmartBook®) in Anatomy and Physiology in a Caribbean School of Pharmacy

We discuss pharmacy students' perception and extent of use of adaptive learning technology in Anatomy and Physiology.

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Evaluating Pre-Service Teachers’ Computational Thinking Skills in Scratch

This paper details a current literature review of computational thinking and proposes a first iteration instrument, grounded in theory, for evaluating computational thinking.

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Exploring the Limitations of Face-to-Face Instruction through Blogging: An Emergent Exploration in a Teacher Education Program

Through emergent research methodologies, this paper will explore my experience incorporating online blogging while teaching 12 courses in a Canadian teacher preparation program over a two-year period.

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An Applied Approach to the Teaching of Virtual Work Skills within a Business School Curriculum

This paper reports on the progress of a research team creating and applying virtual work and virtual-team learning experiences within an undergraduate business school program.

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A Comparative Typology of Student and Institutional Expectations of Online Faculty

This study includes a typological analysis of institutional requirements for online faculty in terms of student engagement. Then, student comments regarding faculty performance expectations are compared.

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The Politics of e-Learning Technologies with Nigerian Universities for Sustainable Development

This paper investigates the criteria used for assessing sustainable development and innovative technology application in education.

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Experiential Media and Disabilities in Education: Enabling Learning through Immersive, Interactive, and Customizable Digital Platforms

Emerging experiential media platforms are enabling persons across a diverse array of disabilities to increasingly engage in customizable, interactive, immersive, and multi-sensory globally connected and mobile learning environments.

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Convergence of Indigenous Science and Western Science Impacts Students’ Interest in STEM and Identity as a Scientist

This paper examines how teaching collaboration in various disciplines and across science cultures improves the student learning experience in an online ethnobotany course.

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A Proposed Taxonomy of Theoretical and Pedagogical Perspectives of Mobile Applications to Support Ubiquitous Learning

This paper addresses specific types of mobile applications, pedagogical issues and efficiency of their use, including their role in blended learning environments

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Published Online: December 21, 2015

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Disruptive by Design: Making Informed Choices About the Use of Technology for Teaching

This paper focus on the implementation of instructional technologies that are designed to be innovative and disrupt the status quo in teaching and learning spaces.

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Published Online: December 18, 2015

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