Volume 2, Number 2

Table of Contents

Invited Articles

MOOCs and me PDF
Donald A Coffin 1-4


Challenges of ‘Students as Producers’ in Web 2.0: a reflective account PDF
Priska Schoenborn, Oxana Poverjuc, Verity Campbell-Barr, Fiona Dalton 5-20
Undergraduate Students’ Perceptions of Electronic and Handwritten Feedback: A Follow-up Study across an Entire Midwestern University Campus PDF
Ni Chang, Bruce Watson, Michelle A. Bakerson, Frank X McGoron 21-42
Using iAnnotate to enhance feedback on written work PDF
Kristi Upson-Saia, Suzanne Scott 43-59
Fostering collaboration and learning in asynchronous online environments PDF
Karen M. Gibson 60-78
Human patient simulation to teach medical physiology concepts: A model evolved during eight years PDF
Gabi N Waite, Ellen F Hughes, Roy W Geib, Taihung Duong 79-89
Mobilizing the past for the present and the future: Design-based research of a model for interactive, informal history lessons PDF
Brett Oppegaard, Olusola Adesope 90-113
How does a contextually-relevant peer pedagogical agent in a learner-attenuated system-paced learning environment affect cognitive and affective outcomes? PDF
Noah L Schroeder, Olusola O Adesope 114-133

Complete Issue

Volume 2, Number 2 PDF
Editor Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology

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