Best Practices for Adult Student Engagement in Graduate e-learning Environments
This annotated bibliography examines literature published between 2010 and 2016 that addresses educational best-practices for adult learners and how these practices can be combined with online and CMC technologies to influence engagement. It provides information to higher education administrators and instructors of adult learners about: (a) educational practices for adult learners; (b) online and CMC technologies; and (c) developing online and blended environments that create, sustain, or enhance adult learner engagement and learner motivation.
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Utilizing Web 2.0 Collaborative Learning Tools to Enhance Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) and Improve the Online Learning Experience Herr, Eric J. (2012-06-28)This annotated bibliography demonstrates that Web 2.0 tools (wikis and blogs) support a paradigm shift in asynchronous online education from instructor-driven to learner-driven knowledge sharing. Designers of computer-supported ...
Learning by Design: Cognitive and Emotional Factors Influencing Informal Learning Experiences in Interactive Environments Leaper, Nicole (2011-07-06)This study synthesizes current literature in educational and design psychology, information design, human-computer interaction, and museum studies to identify cognitive and emotional factors that influence learning. The ...
Analyzing AP Syllabi for Problem Solving, Authentic Learning, and Collaborative Learning Practices Anderson, Heather (University of Oregon, 2014-09-29)A rubric was used to determine the frequency of college-readiness practices of Problem Solving, Authentic Learning, and Collaborative Learning present in Advanced Placement Calculus and English syllabi. Chi square tests ...