General Satisfaction of Students in 100% Online Courses in the Department of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas

General Satisfaction of Students in 100% Online Courses in the Department of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas

Date: May 2012
Creator: Ahn, Byungmun
Description: The purpose of this study was to examine whether there are significant relationships between the general satisfaction of students and learner-content interaction, learner-instructor interaction, learner-learner interaction, and learner-technology interaction in 100% online courses. There were 310 responses from the students. This study did not use data from duplicate students and instructors. Excel was used to find duplicate students and instructors; therefore, 128 responses were deleted. After examination of box plots, an additional four cases were removed because they were outliers on seven or more variables. Nineteen responses were deleted because they did not answer all questions of interest, resulting in a total sample of 159 students. Multiple regression analysis was used to examine the relationship between the four independent variables and the dependent variable. In addition to tests for statistical significance, practical significance was evaluated with the multiple R2 , which reported the common variance between independent variables and dependent variable. The two variables of learner-content and learner-instructor interaction play a significant role in predicting online satisfaction. Minimally, the variable learner-technology can predict online satisfaction and is an important construct that must be considered when offering online courses. Results of this study provide help in establishing a valid and reliable ...
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Teaching and Learning Technologies in Higher Education: Applied Behaviour Analysis and Autism: "Necessity is the Mother of Invention"

Teaching and Learning Technologies in Higher Education: Applied Behaviour Analysis and Autism: "Necessity is the Mother of Invention"

Date: 2010
Creator: Roll-Pettersson, Lise, 1955-; Ala'i-Rosales, Shahla; Keenan, Mickey & Dillenburger, Karola
Description: Article discussing current thinking about adult education and blended learning technologies, as well as examples of emerging possibilities of multimedia technology in the development of teaching materials.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Public Affairs and Community Service
University of North Texas College of Information

University of North Texas College of Information

Date: Spring 2013
Creator: University of North Texas. School of Library and Information Sciences
Description: This is the official website for the College of Information at the University of North Texas. The College of Information includes the departments of Learning Technologies and Library and Information Sciences. The website includes information about admissions, advising, research and development, departments, research, administration, and student, faculty, and alumni resources.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Digital Projects Unit
The Subject of Learning and Performance

The Subject of Learning and Performance

Date: 2012
Creator: Pasquini, Laura A. & Allen, Jeff M.
Description: This editorial article discusses the inaugural issue of the Learning and Performance Quarterly (LPQ) open access journal. This editorial offers a welcome and introduction to the first issue.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Information
Call Number, Volume 70, Number 2, Fall 2011

Call Number, Volume 70, Number 2, Fall 2011

Date: Autumn 2011
Creator: University of North Texas. College of Information.
Description: Call Number is a twice yearly (spring and fall) magazine of the College of Information at the University of North Texas. The periodical contains information about professors, news in the departments, and the school's alumni.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Information
Call Number, Volume 70, Number 1, Spring 2011

Call Number, Volume 70, Number 1, Spring 2011

Date: 2011
Creator: University of North Texas. College of Information.
Description: Call Number is a twice yearly (spring and fall) magazine of the College of Information at the University of North Texas. The periodical contains information about professors, news in the departments, and the school's alumni.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Information
Call Number, Volume 70, Number 2, Fall 2011

Call Number, Volume 70, Number 2, Fall 2011

Date: Autumn 2011
Creator: University of North Texas. College of Information.
Description: Call Number is a twice yearly (spring and fall) magazine of the College of Information at the University of North Texas. The periodical contains information about professors, news in the departments, and the school's alumni.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Information
Call Number, Volume 71, Number 1, Spring 2012

Call Number, Volume 71, Number 1, Spring 2012

Date: Spring 2012
Creator: University of North Texas. College of Information.
Description: Call Number is a twice yearly (spring and fall) magazine of the College of Information at the University of North Texas. The periodical contains information about professors, news in the departments, and the school's alumni.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Information
Call Number, Volume 71, Number 1, Spring 2012

Call Number, Volume 71, Number 1, Spring 2012

Date: Spring 2012
Creator: University of North Texas. College of Information.
Description: Call Number is a twice yearly (spring and fall) magazine of the College of Information at the University of North Texas. The periodical contains information about professors, news in the departments, and the school's alumni.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Information
Analyzing Patterns Within Academic and Legal Definitions: a Qualitative Content Analysis of the Term "Cyberbullying"

Analyzing Patterns Within Academic and Legal Definitions: a Qualitative Content Analysis of the Term "Cyberbullying"

Date: August 2013
Creator: Winn, Matthew R.
Description: Regardless of culture or nation, students today are experiencing bullying via technology. With the rise of technology, this abuse has the ability to become more far-reaching, and more pervasive than ever. These students face oppression, and in some cases severe imbalances of power. Current research is being conducted and laws created based on varying operational and conception definitions of the term "cyberbullying." This study aims to analyze and provide a coherent definition for the term "cyberbullying" as it is used in research and legislation, especially in the context of today's educational environments. The results help shed light on the large variances in the term and suggestions are made to clarify the definition as the field continues to move forward.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
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