Vol 1, No 1 (2016)

IJSoTEL explores the intersection of SoTL and TEL, and how SoTEL might embody a new form of scholarship within Higher Education. This peer-reviewed quarterly journal publishes penetrating research, commentary, theory, and other scholarly projects that investigate the Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introducing SOTEL PDF
Daniel Haynes

Articles

An Experiment in Teaching Cognitive Systems Online PDF
Ashok Goel, David Joyner
The Effect of Project-Based Learning on Student Performance: An Action Research Study PDF
Darren H Iwamoto, Jace Hargis, Ky Vuong
Small Group Work and Whole Group Discussion Mediated Through Web Conferencing Software PDF
Greg Mayer
A Framing of Digital Search Space PDF
Charles D Dziuban, Flora McMartin, Glenda Morgan, Joshua Morrill, Patsy Moskal, Alan Wolf
Flip, move, tweet: a blended course design for different learning environments in urban planning, sustainability, and climate change university courses PDF
Eva Kassens-Noor
Playing Art Historian: Teaching 20th Century Art through Alternate Reality Gaming PDF
Keri Watson, Anastasia Salter
Writing Measurable Learning Objectives to Aid Successful Online Course Development PDF
John Raible, Luke Bennett, Kathleen Bastedo
Developing, Teaching and Assessing Hybrid English Courses PDF
Richard Hill
Echo 360 Preparatory Videos as Aids to ‘Flipping the Classroom’ PDF
Richard Pennington
Moving Applied Learning Online: Creating Engaged and Inclusive Spaces PDF
James M. DeVita, Christina Lanier, Michele Parker, Jess Boersma, Robert Hicks
Technology and Sustaining the Urban Educator PDF
Wanda Wade

Reviews

Cases for Connected Learning in Connected Learning: An Agenda for Research and Design PDF
Shon G Allbritten


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