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Volume 3, Number 1 Examining the connection between classroom technology and student engagement Abstract  PDF
R.C. Morris, Loran Carleton Parker
 
Vol 6, No 1 (2017) Designing and Managing Engaging Discussions in Online Courses Abstract  PDF
Micah Pollak
 
Vol 4, No 2 (2015) Using Film Clips in the Classroom: Something Old, Something New? Abstract  PDF
Brian Levey
 
Vol 5, No 1 (2016) Student Perceptions of Self and Community within an Online Environment: The Use of VoiceThread to Foster Community Abstract  PDF
E. Gail Kirby, Nancy Hulan
 
Volume 1, Number 2 Student Perceptions of Classroom Engagement and Learning using iPads Abstract  PDF
Timothy T. Diemer, Eugenia Fernandez, Jefferson W. Streepey
 
Volume 2, Number 1 Strategies for engagement in online courses  PDF
Beth Dietz-Uhler, Janet Hurn
 
Vol 6, No 1 (2017) Student Engagement Across Cultures - Investigating Lecture Software Abstract  PDF
Alison J Green, Gail Sammons, Alice Swift
 
Volume 4, Number 1 Pinterest as a Teaching Tool Abstract  PDF
Sarah E. Schoper
 
Volume 1, Number 1 Factors that impact students’ motivation in an online course: Using the MUSIC model of academic motivation Abstract  PDF
Brett D. Jones, Joan Monahan Watson, Lee Rakes, Sehmuz Akalin
 
Volume 1, Number 1 Reducing ‘Death by PowerPoint’  PDF
Michael Abernethy
 
Volume 1, Number 1 Storyboarding with PowerPoint to bring cases, case problems, and course content to life  PDF
Michael Morrone
 
Volume 1, Number 1 Wikifolios, reflections, and exams for online engagement, understanding, and achievement  PDF
Daniel T. Hickey, Firat Soylu
 
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