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Online-learning and its utility to higher education in the Anglophone Caribbean
This theoretical article uses the extant literature to define online learning, weigh its effects on teaching and learning, and examine its utility in higher education within the English-speaking Caribbean. Online learning ...
Academic excellence in the post MOOC era: Lessons learned on technology best practice [PowerPoint]
The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) revolution has introduced numerous implications for all. It helped legitimize the efficacy of online education and created a new paradigm of learning analytics based on deep learning. ...
Towards a Model of Learning on Online Social Networking Sites [PowerPoint presentation]
This presentation considers a model to describe how teachers can learn in an online educational social network site (SNS). There are three sections to the presentation: discussions about traditional professional development ...
Self-regulated learning strategies predict learner behavior and goal attainment in Massive Open Online Courses
(ELSEVIER LTD, 2017-01-01)
Individuals with strong self-regulated learning (SRL) skills, characterized by the ability to plan, manage and control their learning process, can learn faster and outperform those with weaker SRL skills. SRL is critical ...
Enhanced Blended Learning within Teaching and Learning
(Universidad del Zulia, 2019)
Tools to support self-regulated learning in online environments: literature review
(Springer Verlag, 2018)
Self-regulated learning (SRL) skills are especially important in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), where teacher guidance is scarce, and learners must engage in their learning process trying to succeed and achieve their ...
Online Lecture Notes
(Daily Express, 2005-11)
This article examines the use of lecture notes in teaching and learning, and notes some of the negative outcomes associated with its use. The use of the Internet by lecturers to share their lecture notes with students is ...