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- 5Campbell, Katherine
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In this study, the experiences of seven female health professionals learning online are examined and, in this context, the implications for online course designs and future research are discussed. The instruments of data collection include individual telephone interviews, journals written by the...
Instructional and learning technologies are playing an increasingly important role in postsecondary education, but there is evidence that a number of differences exist in how females and males approach, per- ceive, and implement these technologies. As faculty start to offer more of their courses...
This paper provides some insight into students' performance and perceptions within the context of an introductory psychology course in which Web-based materials and activities were used to enhance teaching effectiveness and learning outcomes. The paper begins with an overview of the development...
The present paper generally reflects the experiences of 47 female faculty members in higher education and their use of technology to enhance teaching. There are five vignettes from five faculty members at a large university to illustrate how core values about teaching and learning may be embodied...
The evolving use of learning technologies and systems, such as learning object systems, to support more social learning environments in which learners have more agency than ever before to construct their own learning experiences is an innovation that involves both faculty and learners in a...