Title: Interaction, Internet Self-Efficacy, and Self-Regulated Learning as Predictors of Student Satisfaction in Online Education Courses (2013)
Authors: Yu-Chun Kuo, Andrew E. Walker, Kerstin E.E. Schroder, & Brian R. Belland
Source: The Internet and Higher Education
What kinds of factors inf...
The Learning Space Design Collection is now available for coffee-time perusal in the cafe! These books explore library and learning space architecture and planning, design elements like furniture, alternative classroom use cases, and even digital learning space design.
Title: Improving Teacher Candidate Knowledge Using Content Acquisition Podcasts (2014)
Authors: Michael J. Kennedy, Cathy Newman Thomas, Sara Aronin, Jennifer R. Newton, & John Wills Lloyd
Source: Computers & Education
Do podcasts enhanced with images help students learn and retain information...
Title: The Impact of Supplementary Hands-on Practice on Learning in an Introductory Computer Science Course for Freshmen (2014)
Authors: Hsien-Tsai Wu, Po-Chun Hsu, Chih-Yuan Lee, Hou-Jun Wang, & Cheuk-Kwan Sun
Source: Computers & Education
Could hands-on practice help electrical engineering st...
Title: Sustaining Technological Innovation: The Example of Videoconferencing in English Schools (2012)
Authors: Chris Comber & Tony Lawson
Source: Education and Information Technologies
Can we examine the trajectory of an obsolete educational technology for clues about the future?
FreshGrad helps new graduates find target careers, create a web resume, and apply to positions. The site’s unique, visual grid system sets it apart from similar career finding tools like Mytonomy. The grid lets users plot their skills and work styles on a matrix that assigns potential careers based on how much the user likes and how well they can p...
Title: The Impact of Supplementary On-Line Resources on Academic Performance: A Study of First-Year University Students Studying Economics (2012)
Authors: Elisa Birch & Andrew Williams
Source: International Education Studies
eFaqt makes a game of studying for tests. Many apps promise to make studying more social and efficient or promote digital versions of classic study methods, but eFaqt combines these popular features into a single interface. The website he...
Title: Are Gender Differences in Perceived and Demonstrated Technology Literacy Significant? It Depends on the Model (2013)
Authors: Tina N. Hohlfeld, Albert D. Ritzhaupt, & Ann E. Barron
Source: Educational Technology Research and Development
Is the technology "gender gap" still relevant?
Color Band is an iPad education app aimed at Pre-K students that emphasizes art creation and music learning in an innovative way. The app cleverly utilizes the iPad’s built in camera to let users create music through gesture and blends images with sound for dynamic combinations of art, music, and interaction. Like most good apps for this market, Color Band is largely unstructured with minimal instruction and an intuitive interface that will appeal ...