Τρίτη, 2 Ιουνίου 2015

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)


  Vol. 46, n°3,5/2015

  Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): ‘disrupting’ teaching and learning practices in higher education

 
  • Editorial: Massive open online courses (MOOCs): Disrupting teaching and learning practices in higher education, Dick Ng'ambi and Vivienne Bozalek
  • Will MOOCs transform learning and teaching in higher education? Engagement and course retention in online learning provision, Sara Isabella de Freitas, John Morgan and David Gibson
  • Massive open online courses (MOOCs): Insights and challenges from a psychological perspective, Melody M Terras and Judith Ramsay
  • Methodological approaches in MOOC research: Retracing the myth of Proteus, Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli, Stefania Cucchiara and Donatella Persico
  • What public media reveals about MOOCs: A systematic analysis of news reports, Vitomir Kovanović, Srećko Joksimović, Dragan Gašević, George Siemens and Marek Hatala
  • Survey of learning experiences and influence of learning style preferences on user intentions regarding MOOCs, Ray I Chang, Yu Hsin Hung and Chun Fu Lin
  • Experiential online development for educators: The example of the Carpe Diem MOOC , Gilly Salmon, Janet Gregory, Kulari Lokuge Dona and Bella Ross
  • Who are with us: MOOC learners on a FutureLearn course, Tharindu Rekha Liyanagunawardena, Karsten Øster Lundqvist and Shirley Ann Williams
  • Digging deeper into learners' experiences in MOOCs: Participation in social networks outside of MOOCs, notetaking and contexts surrounding content consumption, George Veletsianos, Amy Collier and Emily Schneider
  • E-assessment: Institutional development strategies and the assessment life cycle, Carmen Tomas, Michaela Borg and Jane McNeil
  • A tool for learning or a tool for cheating? The many-sided effects of a participatory student website in mass higher education, Tereza Stöckelová and Tereza Virtová
  • Bridging the research-to-practice gap in education: A software-mediated approach for improving classroom instruction, Mark E. Weston and Alan Bain
  • Pattern of accesses over time in an online asynchronous forum and academic achievements, Luisa Canal, Patrizia Ghislandi and Rocco Micciolo
  • Technological utopia, dystopia and ambivalence: Teaching with social media at a South African university , Patient Rambe and Liezel Nel
  • Assessment of children's digital courseware in light of developmentally appropriate courseware criteria, Fathi Mahmoud Ihmeideh
  • Educational games based on distributed and tangible user interfaces to stimulate cognitive abilities in children with ADHD, Elena de la Guía, María D. Lozano and Víctor M. R. Penichet
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