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Online, students must actually demonstrate engagement. This forces them to think critically about the material. While it is much easier to fake participating in the classroom scenario, doing so is much more difficult online. Online courses also offer a degree of anonymity, which allow students to post what they really think and feel, encouraging intelligent discussion. Furthermore, online classes allow students who want the ability to participate the ability to do so 24/7, while being present in a classroom can be difficult for the returning adult student, or the working college student.
In addition to class participation, classroom courses also fall deficient to online courses when it comes to quality of learning. in-class courses require that a portion of the teacher's time be spent not on the imparting of knowledge, but on classroom management. Classrooms can be noisy, intimidating, and boring, and students can easily fake their own learning by…
Traditional Classes, 2006)
Another factor with online classes is that the student has the opportunity to teach themselves. If a student does not learn well by listening to a lecture, working through the textbook on their own time might be a better option for them. This is a lot harder to do in traditional classes where attendance is required and classes move at the instructors pace. If on the other hand lectures are the way that a student prefers to get their information, then traditional classes will be the choice for them (Online Classes vs. Traditional Classes, 2006)
A student has many things to look at when trying to decide which style of learning that they want to pursue. Both the online and traditional methods both have their advantages. If a student has a hard time finding the time or availability to attend a campus setting then taking online classes…
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College Students Choose Online Courses Over Traditional Ones
The fact that today's college students select so many online courses over traditional ones (even the same exact course) is perhaps surprising, especially for those who themselves attended a college or university when no such courses existed. Such individuals might question the appeal (and the educational value) of such remote, relatively anonymous courses. The topic is relevant to faculty, administrators, staff, and students at colleges and universities everywhere, worldwide. The topic is significant to the field of instruction because it bears on how instruction takes place: online, in the classroom, or perhaps in combination, or through other technological means like satellite television. The topic is significant to instructional design because online courses must be designed differently from traditional ones, with chat rooms, e-mail, bulletin board dialogues, and postings typically replacing class discussion. More detailed course content is delivered in writing, over the…
Non-Participanting Online Students
Non-Participants Online Courses
The Case against Non-Participating Online Students
The Case against Non-Participating Online Students
With dropout rates 10 to 20% higher than bricks-n-mortar classes, the future success on online educational programs will depend on lowering these rates (reviewed by Nagel, Blignaut, and Cronje, 2009). The success of online classes has been shown to depend on student-instructor and student-student interactions, which are made more difficult by the long-distance nature of classes conducted over the internet. However, the difficulties associated with online classes are compensated for by opportunities to engage in prolonged online discussions with peers and instructors. The potential benefits of an interactive online learning environment therefore argue in favor of further research into what does and does not work and then making the necessary changes to improve educational outcomes.
Towards this goal, Nagel and colleagues (2009) monitored the experiences of students between the ages of 30…
Nagel, L., Blignaut, A.S., and Cronje, J.C. (2009). Read-only participants: A case for student communication in online classes. Interactive Learning Environments, 17(1), 37-51.
Given potential issues, how do you design an online course that fosters equitable, ethical, and legal use of technology by learners?
Online courses, given that they lack the face-to-face class discussion component of 'real life' or conventional classroom courses must contain some forum whereby individuals and instructors may interact in a common and equitable environment. The meeting place of instruction often takes the form of online chat rooms, the use of blackboard technology, or simply communication via email between the instructor and various students. The medium depends upon the resources of the online university and the nature of the course. And as the medium and content of the courses offered online changes, so do the ethnical concerns involved on the part of the instructor of such courses.
First and foremost, in an online course environment, it is important that the instructor not have privileged access to only a…
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Massive Open Online Course (MOOC): An Examination
When the Internet debuted decades ago, all parties involved were aware of the fact that it would no doubt change the world, and change the way that we live. This has been proven to be true a thousand times over. One of the most profound impacts that it has had on society is that the internet has proven itself to be capable of bridging distance and bringing people together. People aren't just able to make friends from all over the world, but they're able to collaborate and work together with people from all over the world, seeing how others live, trading knowledge and trading understanding. Online education has been one of the pinnacle examples of this phenomenon. At this time, online education is rapidly expanding, and as anyone can see the possibilities attached to online learning are truly vast. One manifestation of this…
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11). The most effective team members have experience dealing with the issues that will confront them as members of the team (Text, p.11). They can focus on the issues at hand, solving problems presented without getting derailed (Text, p.11). However, effective team members are not rigid; they are open to suggestions from other group members (Text, p.11). A good team member is also supportive. ather than focusing on how jobs are broken-down in the group, a team member is willing to pitch in when help is needed and accepted help when it is needed and offered (Text, p.11). Effective team members are action-oriented; they are looking for results and willing to do work when work is required (Text, p.11). Finally, positive team members work better in groups than people with negative attitudes (Text, p.11).
There are several tips for a person hoping to participate in an effective and efficient team.…
The Centre for Teaching Excellence. (2012). Teamwork skills: Being an effective group member. Retrieved from: http://cte.uwaterloo.ca/teaching_resources/tips/teamwork_skills.html
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To that end, the Academic Senate recommends "comprehensive replacement plans to maintain currency of all technology" (Guidelines).
Distance learning courses are the inevitable child of advances in communication technology. Because human resources are a huge drain on a community college's limited funding, the use of technology to allow a single teacher to teach many more students than they could otherwise manage was natural. Teachers now have access to "such diverse learning strategies as computer assisted instruction, real-time two-way interactive video, multimedia presentations, electronic bulletin boards, and e-mail" (Curriculum). This allows them to create resources for students that can take the place of face-to-face time.
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Hyperlinked tables of contents and indexes are tremendous time-savers as well as navigational aides. The non-linear presentation of digital texts appeals to learners adept at spatial relations, or those who appreciate metaphors. Hypertext allows learners to create and understand conceptual links between current course material and new or prior knowledge.
The multimedia presentation of digital text appeals to learners who rely on multiple senses including sight and hearing. Many students do not respond to purely verbal course material. The greatest strength of digital course materials may be its interactivity. Learners take an active role in their education when they can control the reading experience. Therefore, online texts replete with hyperlinks and multimedia content provide a wealth of opportunity for enhanced learning. The addition of instant messaging and related forms of digital communications make feedback and assessment methods more…
2. Develop a filing system on the computer and a physical filing system to put everything in its place.
3. Plan the teams of people and shifts as well.
1. Identify the risk of people not cooperating with each other.
2. Analyze environment for stress and in-competencies, accommodate.
Executing Process Group:
1. Give set schedule
2. Notify staff of teams and who they will be working with.
3. Check all the information in the DML needed to file everything
4. Buy necessary storage for the files to be stored
5. Checking on the development of online storage as well.
Monitoring and Controlling Process Group:
1. Monitoring the output of the workers through surveillance cameras and logs.
2. Check to see if the teams are getting along, IE social monitoring.
Closing: Finally, with the project's success comes a new way to file and store the approved paperwork both physically…
Online discussions are asynchronous postings of electronic messages by members of a particular class in a conversation that is continued on topics that are designated by an instructor. Online discussions are useful since they help instructors facilitate online courses and faculties that teach remote sites through interactive television. These are quite beneficial for faculties that each traditional courses and only meet once or twice a week as well as faculties that are occasionally absent from class. This is just like any other type of learning and therefore theory will inform the facilitation of online discussion. Theory brings out the idea of what is to be learned and therefore will form the basis for the discussion. We can say that theory is what facilitates online discussion since the learners and facilitators have what they need to form the base of their discussion.it is therefore very important for the facilitators to have…
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Certainly, pedagogy may be an issue. Whatever the case, human anxiety is a critical issue in the employment of Web 2.0 technology in nursing education. In an article in Nursing Education Perspectives, the issue is raised as to whether social media such as Twitter could bridge the gap. It appears that Twitter may provide a social media that ties classes together and builds classroom comradery and community in the online classroom. Faculty interviewed in the article have reported success in this area. They report that the ability to send an unshared message to the instructor was helpful and may help reduce student anxiety (Skiba, 2008, 110-111).
It appears to this author that Twitter has tremendous potential, not just in the area of class community building and reduction of student anxiety, but also in developing and adapting the tool because of the handy diagnostic tools available to analyze bands of tweets…
Skiba, D.J. (2008). Nursing education 2.0: Twitter & tweets. Nursing Education Perspectives, 29(2),
Sun, P.C., Tsai, R.J., Finger, G., Deschenes, Y.Y., & Yeh, D. (2008). What drives a successful e-
learning? An empirical investigation of the critical factors influencing learner satisfaction.
Do students lose more than they gain in online writing classes?
Kiefer argues that the online educational format for a writing class is inferior to the traditional classroom setting that is normally composed of a limited amount of students. In the traditional writing classroom students can be given the timely feedback that has been shown to be able to increase their writing capabilities. The online setting by contrast has inherent limitations that do not allow for the quality and timeliness that is needed to effectively study writing. Although Kiefer's overall argument has valid points, there are two considerations that must be taken. These considerations look at alternatives and the future of online education.
The first is that not all students are able to take a class in person due to work or a personal situation. Therefore, while not ideal, an online course can still be a worthwhile…
Kiefer, K. (n.d.). Do Students Lose More than They Gain? Chapter 8.
Distance learning is a new scheme or mode of transferring and acquiring learning or education through the use of modern technology between instructor and student who are separated by time and space. It can be between schools, between schools and colleges and universities, within school buildings and districts or between individuals (urke, 2002).
Is earliest prototype was the international correspondence in the 19th century. In the 1970s, it reshaped into open universities, later into the 1980's wave of technological products, such as the videotape, broadcast, satellite and cable. In the 1990s, rey (as qtd in urke) predicted that distance education programs would phenomenally grow that decade to an extent that most of the people the U.S. would be served by it at the minimal ratio of 1:1, mostly in the community colleges. Right enough by 1994, 80% of community colleges in the U.S. began offering some form of distance education…
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(Cole, 2001, p. 75)
The qualitative scientific theoretical model (Shank, 2006, pp. 97-101) best exemplifies the demands of this theory-based research as qualitative inquiry, i.e. subjective data might not explain the issue, with regard to anything but perception by students and instructors as to the effectiveness of the course. In other words the qualitative scientific theoretical model would best demonstrate an answer to the issue of quality, in a manner than can be generalized. It is accepted that math understanding is the best indicator of how well an individual understands and can work within math concepts, therefore pre-testing through remedial testing and then a comparison of post-testing (a repeat of the progressive computer-based math placement test) would better indicate success and/or failure of the students to grasp math concepts. The results would then allow the two classes, face-to-face vs. online to be compared on an equal footing. The hope would…
Bibliography. The entity from which ERIC acquires the content, including journal, organization, and conference names, or by means of online submission from the author.Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 29 (6) 495-500.
Shank, G.D. (2006) Qualitative research: A personal skills approach Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall.
Other prevention techniques are open communication, conflict management training, resource allocation, communication (using "I" language), managing others expectations and focusing on others first. However, in an online environment, this process occurs quickly through interacting and completing the team charter that establishes teamwork expectation.
Team Charter: Managing Conflict
Team conflict is inevitable, and it must be managed effectively so that productivity is not affected. Hence, a team charter is vital to the success of an online workgroup. Such a document establishes ground rules, expectations, and communication tool that will facilitate team engagement in an asynchronous environment. Should a team member go missing in action, this document serves as recourse for consequences in not supporting team efforts. Since this document contains protocol for handling team conflict, team members can merely reference the document and be objective in handling the conflict.
Moreover, the team is better prepared for projects, understand each person's role,…
Wienclaw, R.A. (2010). Teams & team building. Teams & Team Building - Research Starters Business, 1-6. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
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Clicking on the links reveals that some of the topics provide more information and information in different formats than others. For example, the Aging Driver topic lists the following clickable PDF files:
Tips for Safe Driving, How to Help the Older Driver, Getting by Without Driving, Am I a Safe Driver?, and Successful Aging Tips.
Other topics, such as Health Disparities, do not provide information directly but only link the user to external resources and other databases. This might discourage many users, especially those unfamiliar with online research hoping to find printable information with a minimum of further searching online. Meanwhile, another topic, Breastfeeding, does provide easily accessible information that includes illustrative diagrams along with the text-based information, as depicted below.
How should I hold my baby while breastfeeding?
You can hold your baby in a number of ways. Your baby shouldn't have to turn his or her head or…
Many people who choose to eat at upscale restaurants consider themselves gourmets who enjoy showing off their knowledge of fine food by ordering dishes using correct French pronunciation or by knowing the difference between flambe and flame-broiled. To have the meal pre-ordered takes away the excitement of interacting with fellow foodies or people who enjoy such dining experiences. In addition, no online reservation service can routinely offer diners with table selection or other fastidious details that a live hostess or waiter can.
However, this service could appeal to event planners and people who are responsible for organizing and arranging meals for large amounts of people. By allowing people to order online, conference and other large event planners may be able to provide more flexibility in the menu offerings and hasten the ordering process by having drink, appetizer, entree and dessert choices in hand instead of having to collect even pre-ordered…
Andrews, Whit. (2000). OpenTable.com. Internet World 6.8: 32
Carlson, S. (2000). Internet Booksellers Rely on Low-Tech Legwork of Student Representatives. The Chronicle of Higher Education. 46.26
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In these exceptions, which may be a one-time transfer of funds from a 401k to an IA or to a mutual fund, the financial services firms need to create ethical safeguards to ensure the confidentiality and actual funds themselves are secure. The bottom line is that the financial services firms need to create a highly secure, customized and tightly integrated series of web-based online trading applications and tools to make sure individual investors can work to attain their investment goals.
Improvements for Online Trading as a Self-Service Strategy
There are many opportunities for improvement for Web-based online trading tools, starting with even stronger security specifically on the area of inter-fund transfers and the recording of transactions. Today many of these Web-based online applications store history only for 12 months, and do not provide an audit record back three or five years of all in-account transactions. This lack of multi-year audit…
AMR Research (2003) - Configuration is the Heart of Customer Fulfillment for Complex Product Manufacturers. AMR Research Report. Monday March 31, 2003. Retrieved from the Internet on April 19, 2007 at http://lwcresearch.com/filesfordownloads/ConfigurationIstheHeartofCustomerFulfillmentforComplexProductManufacturers.pdf
Columbus (2001) - Defining Your Direction in Guided Selling. AMR Research Report. October, 2001. Retrieved from the Internet on April 19, 2007:
Columbus (2002) - the Sell-Side E-Commerce Market: It's All About Integration. AMR Research Report. Monday April 1, 2002. Retrieved from the Internet on April 19, 2007:
Internet gambling is now the fastest-growing sector of the gaming industry, so much so that in the year 2000, it grew by 79%, compared to a 6.01% overall growth rate in the United States (Helping pp). Mark aters of GamblingSoftware.com, says, "Internet gambling is now bigger than gambling on Indian reservation, charitable bingo, legal bookmaking, and gambling on cruise ships" (Helping pp). The main reason for online gambling popularity is that gamblers can play any time in any location (Helping pp). Moreover, online gaming is probably the most sound business model on the Internet today, there's no inventory, no shipping, just customer relationship management, say aters (Helping pp).
Type in "online casinos" on Google, and 5,660,000 sights pop up. That's quite an array of opportunities for players, astounding actually, and players never have to leave their home or even change out of their pajamas!
On-line-Casinos-Online.net. (http://www.online-casinos-online.net/) offers a…
"Helping investors build their own online casinos for profit." Latin Trade;
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en& ; q=online+casinos& btnG=Google+Search
Although video games began to attract players around forty years ago, technological advances in the last ten years made gaming especially popular. The use of sophisticated auditory and visual characteristics, the ability to multi-play online, incorporation of color-rich graphics, and the increased speed have changed the gaming industry dramatically in the last decade (Sublette & Mullan, 2012). Online gaming has built its own virtual world where players possess virtual property, buy and sell, steal, fraud, and protect their intellectual property -- to name but a few of their regular activities besides gaming. These features raise a number of questions with regards to criminal justice system. How to regulate transactions in the virtual world is a nascent issue in the courts, sometimes lawyers being unable to draw clear lines because of the nature of online gaming.
Online gaming's unique feature is that it allows players from different corners of…
Kane, S.F. (2009) Virtual judgment: legal implications of online gaming. IEEE Security & Privacy, 7(3): 23-28.
Sublette, V., & Mullan, B. (2012). Consequences of Play: A Systematic Review of the Effects of Online Gaming. International Journal Of Mental Health And Addiction, 10(1), 3-23.
Ying-Chieh, C., Chen, P.S., Jing-Jang, H., Korba, L., Song, R., & Yee, G. (2005). An analysis of online gaming crime characteristics. Internet Research, 15(3), 246-261. doi:10.1108/10662240510602672
Online classes are presented with challenges that brick and mortar classes do not have to face. The challenge of not being able to see the professor to ask questions is limited to email, phone, and times the professor is available. There may not be immediate answers to questions because professors cannot be available 24/7, more especially where online classes are concerned. There are challenges concerning the learning of the online class environment to meet assignments and obtain instructions. Each class may be set up different ways. There are time management concerns because, with Asynchronous classes, for example, the week is set up from Sunday midnight to Sunday midnight. There are time differences between geographic locations that also play a part. Determination has to be made between the time differences.
The online environment can be especially challenging to someone who has never done online classes. Learning the different functions…
online consumer reviews from the consumer's perspective.
Online consumer reviews are often the first way that a consumer will learn about a new product or service. The pros of online consumer reviews include receiving potentially unbiased information about a product or service. The cons of online consumer reviews include their increasing lack of credibility as more companies are resorting to tactics like paying bloggers for positive product reviews, paying writers to write positive Amazon reviews, and the inability to genuinely decipher the difference between a trustworthy and untrustworthy review. Paid or compensated reviewers are becoming increasingly savvy in their presentation of material. By inserting a few objective or even critical comments amid a sea of positive information about the brand or specific product, the paid reviewer engenders trust and therefore creates an illusion of credibility. The ill informed consumer might be prone to trusting the paid reviewer because of the…
Probability theory is an aspect that is applicable on an everyday basis. A particular situation in which I may use probability theory to reach a decision in public management is to investigate equal employment prospects within the organization. For instance, there is a need to assess whether the organization hires women in the same manner as men, especially in positions that do not necessitate certain gender traits. Therefore, in this case, probability theory can be beneficial in probability theory, specifically Bernoulli process. That is, a process can either generate two possible outcomes, which are male or female. Probability plays a pivotal part in this regard because the probability of a certain results is the proportion of times that outcome would take place in a long and extensive run of repeated observations. In this instance if men and women are equally represented in the labor force, then…
Any lack of candor with reference to how I approach my interview is unethical. If I am interviewing a professor about online learning vs. what he does in classrooms, of course I don't need to go into deep, involved detail about what I might do if "a" or "b" occurs during the interview; but a forthright introduction to my intentions is the best ethical approach. TO) No apologies need to be made in advance even though, let's say, the interview is to be with a housewife who has to babies at home and can't attend classes at the local community college. She may be suspicious of a college student's intentions. Consent is usually based on what the researcher plans to do with the information; my honest answer is, "I'm doing this for a research class and none of the information will be published or made public in any way." If…
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NJ: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall.
Reviewing the efficacy of the organization's compensation practices in retaining good employees, and for compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act, and conducting random sample of time records is essential good business practice. Of course, the company's benefits must be in compliance with Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) and HIPPA regulations, and all employees must have been notified of the company's Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) policy. Finally, there should be effective and established recruitment, grievance, and exit procedures for employees, and these procedures should be clearly communicated to employees in a handbook ("Auditing your HR department," 2007, the HR Team).
hat could or should be done at Interclean to make the move to "organizational effectiveness?"
The first step to maximizing "organizational effectiveness" is to conduct an audit of how the company is doing in terms of its overall productivity. hile before the individual was the traditional unit…
What could or should be done at Interclean to make the move to "organizational effectiveness?"
The first step to maximizing "organizational effectiveness" is to conduct an audit of how the company is doing in terms of its overall productivity. While before the individual was the traditional unit of HR audits, it is also crucial to examine the organization's design, effective use of technology, the way that labor is organized and delegated, and how decisions are made by management ("Quantifying and Fostering Organizational Effectiveness," 2004, Herman Miller, pp.1-2)
After segmenting different units that contribute to efficacy, such as organizational, workplace, and technological design, the company should then examine their psychological and behavioral effects upon the workforce in terms of esteem, satisfaction, and comfort, and the type of work practices the employees' overall morale encourages. What is the overall positive negative or positive business effect of this psychological state of happiness or unhappiness -- are employees happy to serve customers, to they strive to be on time, or does their productivity and thus customer satisfaction suffer? If certain areas are deemed lacking, or encouraging effective rather
Online bullying and online harassment typically happens through chat rooms, text messages, and emails, and it generally happens when teens aren't in school, the studies show.
The findings appear in a special edition of the Journal of Adolescent Health.
Internet Harassment: What to Do?
Focus on safe use of new technology, not banning the technology.
Today's kids and teens are major media users, but they need grown-up guidance about safe media use, note the CDC's Corinne David-Ferdon, PhD, and Marci Feldman Hertz, MS. They predict that "with the development of new cell phones that are small enough to fit into young children's hands and that are designed to be visually attractive to a younger audience, more and younger children will become competent and frequent users of this technology."
That means that research on preventing online harassment "must be rapid and flexible enough to keep up with the evolving nature of…
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The way we communicate says everything about who we are, and in this small and diverse world it is of increasing importance.
Being Prepared: Example
The online community seems to provide a great deal of anonymity, but the things said there have a farther reach and larger staying power than previous communications.
Learning to communicate effectively and politely will take you very far.
Planning for the Future: Overview
Setting goals is the first step in achieving them. Knowing about your values can help you determine what you want to get out of life. After determining this, you can set meaningful, realistic, and practical goals based on these identified desires.
Goals take many forms, but three essential goals to set during your college years are personal, academic, and professional goals. Though there is always room to adjust them planning now will help you immensely in achieving your future goals.
Combining these two methods is one effective strategy in mitigating pain in children (Cohen).
Additional strategies that involve both the patient and family are evident, particularly when dealing with chronic pain. Children sometimes internalize pain, believing that they must restrict their activity, particularly when parents worry and hesitate to allow them to be active. Parents see play as worsening of the situation or a relapse, contributing to an overprotectivness. This, in turn, reflects on the self-image of the child. In any case, experts recommend that parents not react in a negative way -- either by thinking the child is faking pain or becoming so overprotective that the child is a virtual prisoner. Instead, the psychological strategy should be to set realistic and evolving strategies so that there is not a continue pessimism regarding future health outcomes. This, for adolescents, is critical since there is also a self-esteem issue that goes…
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Shifting Classroom Learning to Online Learning: A Case Study to Transition From the Traditional Classroom-Based Program to Online CBT Format
The objective of this study is to examine the transition from the Traditional classroom-based program to Computer-Based Training. There are reported to be a great number of colleges and universities that are presently transitioning to Computer-Based Training and fully transitioning to "online, blended or web-facilitated courses." (Keengwe & Kidd, 2010) The number of online programs and classes available have grown exponentially during the course of the last ten years. Other terms used to refer to Computer-Based Instruction include those stated as follows: "…web-based training, e-learning, distributed learning, Internet-based learning, web-based instruction, cyber learning, virtual learning, or net-based learning. Online learning is a subset of distance education and embraces a wide set of technology applications and learning processes including, computer-based learning, web-based learning, virtual classrooms, and digital collaborations." (Keengwe & Kidd,…
Keengwe, J. And Kidd, TT ) (2010) Correspondence Study, CBI & OJT. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching Vo. 6, No. 2 June 2010. Retrieved from: http://jolt.merlot.org/vol6no2/keengwe_0610.htm
FAA Academy Distance Learning (2010) MY FAA Academy Distance Learing. Retrieved from: https://www.academy.jccbi.gov/distancelearning /
Online vs. traditional degrees [...] difference between getting a traditional (attending class) education vs. online/distance degree. Since the advent of the Internet, increasing numbers of students of all ages are utilizing online courses as part of their higher education experience. Today, getting a degree totally though online coursework is becoming more and more popular, but what are the negatives of obtaining an online degree vs. A traditional in-class degree? Many experts believe an online degree is simply not as effective as a traditional degree.
Online education has been making major strides in education around the world since the mid-1990s. Students from high school to graduate school utilize online courses to augment their schoolwork, but online courses are especially popular with older students, who find they fit in to their hectic schedule more effectively. One survey found over 6000 online courses offered in the year 2000 (Long and Javidi). While many…
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Long, Larry W. And Javidi, Akbar. "A Comparison of Course Outcomes: Online Distance Learning vs. Traditional Classroom Settings." Illinois State University. 2001. 3 April 2004. http://www.communication.ilstu.edu/activities/NCA2001/paper_distance_learning.pdf
Smith, Glenn Gordon, David Ferguson, and Mieke Caris. "Online vs. Face-to-Face." THE Journal (Technological Horizons In Education) 28.9 (2001): 18.
Vogt, Peter. "Will Employers Value Degrees Earned Online?" CollegeJournal.com. 8 Nov. 2001. 3 April 2004. http://www.collegejournal.com/jobhunting/searchstrategies/20011108-vogt.html
Kiefer, K. (2007). Chapter 8: Do students lose more than they gain in online writing classes? In Joe Lockard and Mark Pegrum (Eds.), Brave New Classrooms: Democratic Education and the Internet (pp. 141-151). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
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Writing courses in higher education are increasingly being offered in online environments, right along with many other academic coursework. Opinions about how well this online writing instruction is working vary widely. Kate Kiefer contributed a chapter to the book Brave New Classrooms: Democratic Education and the Internet. As a composition specialist teaching graduate writing theory and undergraduate composition courses, including a course titled Computers and Composition, Kiefer is solidly qualified to provide scholarly commentary on the very field in which she labors. In the early 1980s, Kiefer began a long-standing interest in computers and writing, co-founded and…
Bacow, L.S., Bowen, W.G., Guthrie, K.M., Lack, K.A., and Long, M.P. (2012, May). Barriers to adoption of online learning systems in U.S. higher education. Ithaka S+R. Retreived http://www.sr.ithaka.org/sites/default/files/reports/barriers-to-adoption-of-online-learning-systems-in-us-higher-education.pdf
Pickett, M.C. (2009). Overcoming technology barriers in adult online learning environments with modular instructional design. Proceedings of the ASBBS Annual Conference in Las Vegas, in February 2009, 16(1). Retreived http://asbbs.org/files/2009/PDF/P/PickettM.pdf
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Application: Online Course Design Online education offers convenient and effective means by which nurses, nursing students, and other populations can gain valuable learning experiences. In this Application, you will design an online learning environment on a nursing-education topic of interest to you. If you would like to put your course online, you are invited to try Moodle, a free course management web application, but this is not a requirement of the assignment.To begin, review Chapter 6, EuroDesigning the Online Learning Environment," in Developing Online Learning Environments in Nursing Education (OEuro(TM)Neil, Fisher, &…
Comparison of the effectiveness of the students' grades and evaluation ratings between the two groups -- traditional as the control group and online as the experimental group -- completed the experimental design of the study.
Internal Validity Threats.
History- Yes, because of the differences in the time period in which traditional and online classes are conducted. Can be remedied through determination of fixed time schedules for each day or class meeting.
Maturation- No, because both classes finished in the same time period, signified by the fact that both groups took their exams simultaneously and within one setting/location.
Testing- No, since utilization of the ANOVA within-subjects and between-subjects test was the most appropriate statistical test to be conducted for this type of study.
Instrumentation- Yes, because there are other more efficient ways from which effectiveness can be assessed. Instruments focusing on actual time spent for the course, especially for online students,…
Employ for Successful Distance Learning
In some ways, distance learning and learning in the traditional classroom rely upon the same basic academic skills and study habits. A quality educator, strong classroom materials, and the background education necessary to understand new materials all contribute to student success. However, the distance learning environment offers unique opportunities and challenges for students. Distance learning removes some of the obstacles to the traditional classroom by allowing students to attend classes when they have the time available, increasing learner flexibility. They also provide students with the opportunity to review material as it is being taught, without delaying other learners in the classroom. However, distance learning also injects four primary challenges for the student: planning, time management, communication and technology use. Fortunately, with proper planning, a student can ensure that these challenges, which have the potential of derailing a distance-learning student, can actually become advantages.
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Certificate Online Teaching Learning
Certificate in Online Teaching Learning
When I first began contemplating about teaching online, I came to the realization that there was a lot that I needed to learn and grasp. Taking into account my age and education period, I have not yet been an online student. However, I do know that I want to take part in imparting knowledge regarding security to those individuals who are not able to come to a traditional or conventional classroom environment. I want to be of assistance in created courses concerning security aspects that are of quality and beneficial to these students and those that will take into consideration all sorts of activities that normally take place in courses that are centered within the classroom.
I am extensively engrossed and interested in partaking in the Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning. I am interested in this course for the reason…
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Academic Argument on Faculty Perceptions of Student Disengagement in Online Learning
The emergence of technology has meant that today people are challenged every single day to accept something new in their lives on a regular basis. This is not to say that this is a bad thing, but the argument that can here is that are we really ready as a society to incorporate these new technological advancements in their day-to-day life? And it is exactly at this juncture that we face a critical issue.
hile there is no doubt that the mark of technology has been felt on every segment of our lives, no matter how trivial it may seem, the fact of the matter remains that there is currently a majority of people who are not equipped to handle this new intrusion in their lives. The reason for this can vary from the lack of acceptability to the…
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Liyan Song, E.S. (2004). Improving Online learning: Student perceptions of useful and challenging characteristics. Internet and Higher Education, 7, 59-70.
Michael W. Ward, G.P. (2010). Student and Faculty Perceptions of the Quality of Online Learning Experiences. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 11 (3).
Student Assessment and Background Variation
Flexnet courses are both online, and face-to-face, and so have a variety of assessment methods available, including both written and oral components, though all require English fluency. Technology competency and small group work are key.
Flexnet courses are both online, and face-to-face, and so have a variety of assessment methods available. Online courses based in newsgroups have primarily written assessments, including mandatory short-answer essays and written participation, which requires both reading comprehension and writing skills. Longer written essays and PowerPoint presentations are both common online assessment methods. Small group learning teams will require proficiency in informal written communication, and possibly oral communication in the form of phone calls. Face-to-face assessment methods vary widely, and include oral presentations, oral class discussions, and small group work resulting in a written product. All of these, of course, are conducted in English, and therefore require English reading comprehension and…
Education Industry Marketing Distance Learning?
"Online advertisements by traditional and dot.com institutions is an indication of a new trend in mass marketing of education. The strategies are based on traditional transactional marketing approach where each transaction is treated as an isolated event" (Shaik, 2005).
The opportunities for getting a degree without having to physically attend classes have grown exponentially the past twenty years or so, thanks to the explosive growth of distance learning (also called online education). This paper delves into the marketing of distance learning, and presents a wide range of approaches by various educational institutions and marketing eb sites that promote distance education.
According to eLearners.com, a eb site that markets online colleges and universities, there are 222 colleges currently offering distance education, and there are 5.6 million students taking courses online. The eLearners.com site sells ads to online colleges and universities and offers a link to each…
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ability for a teacher to communicate to its students is extremely important in creating a learning environment that fosters a curious attitude and a quest for knowing more. The use of technology has made new tools available, for better or for worse that has attempted to create a classroom that is both engaging and effective. Dixson (2010) expressed her research that suggested that online environments present their own unique challenges and the need for teacher engagement is very important.
The research was premised by suggesting that online courses appear to be here to stay and "the second reason is that one of the primary components of effective online teaching (or any other teaching, for that matter) is student engagement. Therefore, it is imperative that we learn what engages students in order to offer effective online learning environments." The point is well taken as student engagement is the key to unlocking…
Dixson, M.D. (2012). Creating effective student engagement in online courses: What do students find engaging?. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 10(2), 1- 13.
Wang, T.H. (2014). Developing an assessment-centered e-Learning system for improving student learning effectiveness. Computers & Education, 73, 189-203.
Perceptions of Self-Efficacy Among Counseling Students
Today, increasing numbers of college students are enrolled in online courses that either supplement or entirely replace traditional land-based counseling graduate degree programs (Smith, Mcaullife & ippard, 2014). These trends may have an effect on the respective levels of self-efficacy that counseling students develop as a result of their online or land-based coursework. To help determine the extent of these differences, if they exist, this paper was guided by the following research question: "What are the differences in perceptions of self-efficacy among counseling students in online and land-based counseling graduate degree programs?" In order to develop a timely and informed answer to this research question, a definition of self-efficacy is followed by a proposed 10-item survey that measures the respective levels of self-efficacy of online and land-based counseling students. A listing of the 10 survey items is followed by supporting rationale for their inclusion…
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Smith, J. E. & Mcaullife, G. (2014, December). Counseling students' transformative learning through a study abroad curriculum. Counselor Education and Supervision, 53(4), 306-310.
Sheperis, C. J., Young, J. S., & Daniels, M. H. (2017). Counseling research: Quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods (2nd ed.) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.
healthcare as an institution is, of course, the need to care for the sick and the injured. However, in the contemporary model of healthcare, effective communication during a crisis is not only important, but also vital. Communication by healthcare professionals takes the concern and worry out of the situation; offers a quicker resolution, makes better control of information possible, earns the trust of the public and individual families; and keeps the flow of information consistent and accurate, thus averting potential external problems. Based on my current experience in the nursing field, I realize that to advance my professional goals, as well as contribute soundly to the profession, I must expand my educational experience and am therefore seeking entrance into the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing.
I believe I am well-qualified and motivated to undergo this program. Currently, I am a master's prepared Neonatal Nurse Practitioner…
Consumers and the Co-Creation of Meaning in Online Settings: Practices and Implications for Online Business
To say that the Internet has changed the way in which business is conducted would be to grossly understate the transformation that has taken place in the last decade or so due to the spread of Internet technologies and the growth in online capabilities for both businesses and consumers. Price comparisons, shopping with companies around the world from the comfort of one's own home, and a host of other consumer activities that greatly increase consumer power and thus business competitiveness in almost any industry. On the business side of the equation, Internet capabilities enable faster communication between warehouses/suppliers and factories/retailers, meaning business processes that are leaner and more efficient are now possible, quality and consistency across networks are more controllable, and a variety of other processes can be enhanced in many ways. These new…
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AXA SA, the French insurance giant, is considering selling its stake in Taikang Life Insurance, the fourth-largest life insurance company in China. Selling a major asset is a major strategic decision. A number of factors must be taken into account with such a sale, including the overall strategic direction of the parent company and the operating environment of both the parent and the subsidiary. In this case, it appears that two factors have come into play. The first is that the French firm is seeking to improve its balance sheet; the second is that there is regulatory pressure to divest the Chinese subsidiary. As the latter is more of a forced situation that has relatively less bearing on strategic management, this paper will analyze the decision to sell this major asset in the context of internal and external analysis.
AXA management has recognized that their balance sheet is in a…
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online Human Services class people counseling career. You book paper, therefor I've downloaded Professor's lesson overviews. Please contact . The book "Effective Helping: Interviewing Counseling Techniques" Seveneth Edition By, Barbara F.
Application of helping theories
Creating efficiency and effectiveness in the counseling career is a challenge for every counselor since they are required to apply different theories of helping which emphasize on the behavior, attitude, techniques and methods that are used by the counselor. With each theory having its own set of concepts and ideas, they create a daunting task for the counselor who is required to combine these to devise a technique for counseling the client that varies on the basis of the client's personal counseling needs and bears a cultural awareness that presents effective counseling for the patient Okun & Kantrowitz, 2008.
The patient chosen in this case is one that is suffering from inferiority complex. This means…
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online retailing operates, what kind of problems they face and the kind of environment they operate in. The author has also focused on Asian online retailing and special focus on Hong Kong online retailing. It has 22 sources.
Access of basic necessities of life has followed the conventional method of buying and selling. This pattern changed in the last decade with the emergence of information technology age. When consumers have the ability to access information instantly, technologists thought why not access to products has as well. Thus emerged the concept of retailing online.
Online market had initiated with selling of information but today one can interact on the internet and buy physical products without any fear, atleast in some parts of the world. The main concern for consumers today is not whether their regions have access to the internet or not but rather focused on how fast and how online…
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The newspaper industry, picturesque for centuries, symbolized novelty marked by downright, clear-cut representation of information and news and painstakingly categorized. eaders got used to repose faith in some bylines and be aware of indications of prominence, like the blaring headline in the form of a banner. A good number of people think a computer screen can never take the place of a newspaper. Online newspapers are securing a position for themselves, particularly among the news hunters, the computer users, and the youths, who perceive the Internet as the practical medium for information and news. The online medium is befitting for the people who have treaded ahead of MTV, afar Entertainment Tonight and also further than wired journal. (The Online Newspaper: A Postmodern Medium)
With its predisposition to distort and combine media, the online newspaper is not as clear-cut as its print brethren, despite the fact that it has…
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The Benefits of Online Education
To a degree, all educational institutions have migrated some of their services online, taking advantage of new media and new technologies to improve service delivery, cut costs, and enhance the learning environment. From eBooks to cloud-based collaborative work projects, the online environment adds depth to the classroom and expands opportunities for students from different backgrounds including those with special needs. It is therefore no surprise that enrollment in online education programs has been steadily climbing, with the greatest growth in the private non-profit school sector (Allen & Seaman, 2016). Online learning might never fully supplant traditional in person classroom learning, but it can help educators and students reach their mutual goals. Educational institutions should in fact work harder to improve their online education offerings, to promote social justice goals in education, enhance student engagement, and expand opportunities for a broader client base.
online networking for small supermarkets. Using literature on the subject of networking and supermarkets the author of this paper presents an argument in favor of forming a supermarket group of network ability.
During the past few years, focus seems to have moved away from small business and moved toward large conglomerate organizations instead. One example of this can be found in small supermarkets. Family owned supermarkets were at one time a staple in America. Family owned supermarkets were close to the house, the clerks and management knew the names of one's children and remembered what one's favorite type of cheese and laundry detergent was. As larger supermarkets continued to build stores nationwide the small family owned stores found themselves unable to compete with convenience. In addition financial considerations began to appear. The small individually owned supermarkets were unable to purchase stock in the large quantities that garnered large discounts. The…
Catalina Marketing Corporation And Coinstar Inc. Announce Partnership To Distribute Online Coupons
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online grocery industry is as a competitive a market as the brick and mortar grocery industry, maybe even more so. Many of the same competitors that operate traditional grocery establishments are also competitors in the online environment. Many of the competitors are quite adept at marketing and a competitive analysis will likely show that their brick and mortar expertise has translated well in the online environment.
Three of the most prolific competitors include alMart, Target and NetGrocer. alMart, of course is an international firm with profits of approximately $127 billion in 2013. Target is rather paltry in comparison with a total revenue (as compared to alMart's total profit) of approximately $73 billion. Even though NetGrocer has less than $1 billion in revenue it is still the fourth largest online grocer in the industry. It would seem, therefore, that the two competitors most worrisome to Amazon (who is rated as the…
Huang, Y.S.; Chen, S.H.; Ho, J.W.; (2013) A study on pricing and delivery strategy for e-retailing systems, Transportation Research: Part E, Vol. 59, pp. 71-84
The article stated: "To be able to renew itself, most tissues have a reservoir of specific adult stem cells. These stem cells don't divide as frequently as other cell types since they need to maintain the integrity of their DNA, and multiple divisions lead to natural breaks in DNA. But when these stem cells are needed, their progeny can rapidly divide and are able to replenish the tissue with new cells." Without such replenishment, the mice without the normal reserves of ATR had graying hair and hair loss, and osteoporosis, within three to four months. The "10 to 20% of cells that escaped ATR deletion were able to reconstitute tissues in the engineered mice, at least initially. However, it appears that in the long run, even these cells were insufficient to maintain tissue integrity." The ATR deletion speeded up the slow loss of stem cells that come with aging. Of…
U.K. newspapers online, however, have likewise begun to offer web-only features like the New York Times hyperlinks to outside sites and columnist blogs, and perhaps most convincingly in support of the shift to an online format, increased web readership has lead to decreased print, paying readership and advertising in the U.K. As well as the United States.: "The hard figures show that ad expenditure is down from £2.25bn in 2000 to £1.93bn by the end of last year - a fall of 17%. Not quite up to U.S. standards of catastrophe, but a loss of ad share from 14.7% to 10.5%. The one big similarity between the Los Angeles Times and the British quality dailies is that both have millions of online readers but hardly any money earned as a result" (Snoddy 2008, p.18). The enhanced content and features found online and its greater affordability may mean that print newspapers…
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Using the Online Environment
he availability of online information has made a tremendous difference in many fields of endeavor including daily interactions. Many journals now have articles that are 'online first' before print; others comment on these online articles and critique even before the print issue exists. Online access also broadens the ease of accessing materials without a nearby extensive library. his is true in nearly every profession: science, economics, finance, business, nursing, medicine, hairdressing, and etc., (Leiner et al., 2003). Access to online information has changed the information paradigm. here is now a necessity and obligation to understand what appropriate online information consists of.
Use of social media and online tools for information-searching and access has increased considerably in recent years. Information is not only proliferating but is being shared more quickly than when print was the only medium available. he use of online media is a…
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University of Southern California- Annenberg Program in Online Communities
One of the obvious things about society today is an increased tendency to move online some of the activities that were not usually treated in that manner. The traditional form of communication, which implied the direct interaction between individuals or, at most, an interaction via the telephone or a printed material (letter, brochure) has now become almost obsolete. The online offers so many advantages, primarily including the speed of deliver and reception of the message and the diversity and potential outreach.
These changes in communication have also translated in new approaches in marketing and advertising. More and more, companies have become increasingly active on social platforms, not only with the goal to promote their products and services, but also to understand more about the consumers, about their needs, requirements and aspirations.
With this in mind, being prepared to function properly in…
exchange of currency have proliferated the Internet marketing world. Customers have faster and easier access to methods of exchange, deposits and payments, than ever before and the changes have come rapidly as more and more Internet commerce demands more and more ease of exchange. A global economy requires global economic infrastructure solutions to exchange of funds and to a large degree the Internet market has answered the call for change and availability of services. Yet, the substantial growth of Internet sales has also, arguably caused the growth of subsystems and infrastructural shifts that might not have been implemented with full knowledge of the implications of such actions. With security at risk and issues of currency exchange rates, not to mention global monetary regulations consumers must be aware of the type of services they are using and the way it might affect the efficacy of their transaction.
Internet Marketing not only…
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perfect candidate for a non-technical human resources position at Westinghouse. I will graduate from obert Morris University in May 2014 with a B.S.B.A in Human esources and Marketing. I have studied courses in recruiting, retention, training, compensation and benefits, as well as courses related to marketing. I intend to begin my career as a Human esources generalist.
I have previous experience with Westinghouse, having written my final project in Organizational Communications on the company. For that project, I interviewed Camille Kovach, the Vice President of Human esources, Operations and Global Training & Development. I went away from that experience very impressed with Westinghouse as a business, and as a place to work. This application is a direct result of having seen what Westinghouse is and wanting to be a part of that.
An active OTC cadet, I have a lot more to offer than just a degree. I have been…
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The emergence and advancement of computer and internet technology has revolutionized and forever changed the way that normal everyday people live their lives. Practically no corner of society and culture in the United States and other industrialized countries around the world has been spared. Among the parts of life that have evolved and changed due to this cultural and societal shift is the world of counseling and psychology. While the normal tradition has been to do in-office visits for such services, there has been a more recent shift towards the use of tele-counseling and/or cyber counseling. There are many that say that such mediums are impersonal and inferior to more traditional in-office appointments. However, this is really not the case as cyber counseling and tele-counseling can actually expand the depth and breadth of what services can be rendered, to whom they can be rendered and the efficacy seen…
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What follows in this essay is a narrative and summary of the online marketing strategy as it will be implemented for Namshi and their online e-commerce portal. Of course, e-commerce is the present as well as the future and thus Namshi will want to make sure to have an e-commerce portal that has all the right facets and parts, including the right marketing. The items that will be included in this broader plan include the strategies and tactics that will be used to achieve the desired objectives, customer service/loyalty avenues, timeline for the promotion strategies in question and what the future holds when it comes to all of the above and beyond.
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What follows in this report is an elaborate and specific business plan for Acme Online Services. The goal of Acme Online Services (AOS) will be to provide a plethora of personal assisting and concierge services that are typically only available in brick and mortar-based stores. Acme Online Services will serve as a personal assistant to provide users a series of services for both personal and business applications that involve the arrangement of real-world personal services such as maid service, car detailing, home nursing care and just about anything else that a person might need. ather than a regular consumer needing to call all the separate vendors they need for home services and repair themselves, Acme does all of the legwork for them including meeting the service people called at the home and arranging all of the meetings in the first place.…