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Book: Online and Social Networking Communities: A Best Practice Guide for Educators

This professional guide for educational practitioners and trainers explores online learning from both the student’s and educator’s perspective, helping instructors develop a critical approach and become confident and thoughtful online educators.

About the Author

Karen Kear is a Senior Lecturer in the Communication and Systems Department, Faculty of Mathematics, Computing and Technology, The Open University, UK.

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Randomized trial of an eLearning program for training family members of children with autism in the principles and procedures of applied behavior analysis

J Jang, DR Dixon, J Tarbox, D Granpeesheh… – Research in Autism …, 2012
Abstract Effective training of caregivers is an integral part of top-quality treatment programs
for individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). However, traditional caregiver training
can be time consuming and costly. The development of Web-based electronic training

[PDF] Security of Information in University Elearning Systems

R Grzybowski – COMPUTER, 2011
Abstract. The increase in popularity of university eLearning platforms, supporting traditional
methods of education, as well as new communication tools development, make the security
issues of information stored in these systems becoming increasingly important. The

Using PDF Documents for Rapid Authoring of Reusable Elearning Content in LOXtractor

F Schulz
The prototype of a rapid authoring tool for reusable learning objects, LOXtractor was
extended with the ability for importing PDF files and for direct input of plain text. The ability to
process PDF files was a major step forward to the goal of creating an application that

[PDF] Why Software Product Lines for a family of eLearning Systems {9 Existing+ 13 New+ X Variants} has worked? and Why is it not enough?

S Chimalakonda…
ABSTRACT In this paper, we present our experience of mining a product line from 9 existing
eLearning Systems developed at 9 different locations by 9 different teams following 9 varied
development processes over a decade. We explain the unique nature of these eLearning …


Abstract The Pace of eLearning is going high and high since most of the higher education
institutions are using web-based instruction system for teaching their online courses. To
implement web-based learning environment teacher’s acceptance and efficacy of new

[PDF] Collaborative eLearning in a Developing Country: A University Case Study in Uganda

EK Kahiigi, H Hansson, M Danielson, FF Tusubira…
Abstract: Universities in developing countries are increasingly adopting and using
eLearning in their teaching and learning processes as one of the means for leapfrogging
into the knowledge driven world. However, despite the recognition eLearning has