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In this article we focused on first Analysis of E-learning innovation In order to understanding the reality and effect of E-learning that is include Analysis by technological components such as Technological infrastructure and content and the second part of analysis we use Analysis by learning model that is use of table to integrate of differences content and E-learning and the last part is realize of E-learning stakeholders in this part we focus on effect of E-learning on some factor like learning environment , course development , teaching and learning such Instruction
Interaction and collaborative and evaluation of learning
Does teaching presence exist in online MBA courses?
In this article first we use sample and data collection. For sample we use MBA course program that is belong to Mid-Western U. S. and Data collection we accomplished task in two-step process. In the first step, students were emailed a survey during the final week of the course. The second step was during 7-10 days after sent research and survey. Second we use Measures that is contained of table that is use of a bigger and wider sample, in a same effective and best way. Third part is Analysis that standard deviations and the Cronbach Alpha coefficients of table.
Feasibility study on the adoption of e-learning for public health nurse continuing education in Taiwan
We use design that is study employed a cross-sectional research design. Second is Subjects that is selecting sample by random method, in this situation we will find difference between PHNs in health centers with the sample from study. Third Instruments that is collect data such as Independent variables and dependent variables. Fourth ethical consideration is Human rights and how can protect the privacy in research. Fifth data analysis that is test was used to practice the effect of differences of urbanization between the sample and people.
Knowledge management perspective on e-learning effectiveness
In this article we use table that contain work together , mix and community such as email, chat room and use social software such as social network analysis, web loge and personal knowledge management include Searching, gather information and indexing, keep in touch with management, and knowledge triggering.
The effects of cooperative learning and feedback on e-learning in statistics
In this article we use sample that is use voluntary student and then design procedure that is students were randomly assigned to the four experimental conditions and next step is learning task that is The e-learning environment Koralle consists of six problem-solving tasks and six corresponding worked examples and feedback. The next level we have measures include Prior knowledge and objective learning outcomes that is use score to evaluate next part is Performance on the learning tasks, Motivational prerequisites in this case we use six-point response scale from 1 to 6, next part is Subjective learning outcomes that evaluate scale from 1 is very good to 6 is very bad and the last one is Time on task.
Online or Face to face? Students' experiences and preferences in e-learning
In this article we start by asking 3 questions like: how do students evaluate their experiences in e-learning classes? Which learning experiences contribute most to course satisfaction? For which purposes do students prefer online learning components and for which face-to-face learning components? In this case first we collect some student and asked them about 5 fields of instruction that is about E-learning experience and use content analysis that is base on table to collect result.
Effects of e-learning on Language Learning
This article is starting with language learning in electronic devices like sound of television can affect the amount of attention and online games that is include new learners can learn new vocabulary and correct pronunciation and next part Is internet, multimedia like CALL programs provide multimedia with sounds, videos, graphics and texts which allow learners to be exposed to target language and culture to learn language like English and by using internet they can learn new language by chatting online , web site for learning English ,…. And last method is blog for communicating and learning process.
Barriers to e-teaching and e-learning
In this article we focus on first learners contain Learner confidence and expertise in using computers that related to age and educational background and next step is Access to computing facilities at home that according to age how they familiar with access to computer and next one is Computer provision at college and attitude toward computer and ICT usage and next part we use instruction team to consider the process of curriculum development like need assessment, determining goals, development of content and evaluating system .
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics
In this article we starting with Development of tutorial programmed the purpose of which was to replace the face to face lecture given to the students on karyotyping skills. The main menu consists of 4 topics Background, Tutorial, Practice and Assessment and next step is Study design the aim of this study is Twenty-five male employees at PIC International to take part in the study and to do the tutorial they were tested for their karyotyping skills.
Investigating prospective computer teachers' perceptions on e-learning
The method of this article is that first the Participants is that purposive sampling method include 85 junior and senior computer student teachers enrolled at Computer and step is Data collection and analysis that is 54 questions in the E-learning Survey in four sections.
Towards exploring a global scenario of e-learning in library and information science schools
In this article first we starting with Research motivation and objectives that is understand the present status of EL usage in LIS education worldwide and explore the global scenario of EL offerings in LIS programs after that we starting with research question include major research question and Subsidiary research questions. This article used an online homepage survey as the research strategy for this study. The study defined LIS programs as a school, a faculty, an academic division or unit, or a department, and selected the 370 LIS programs purposively