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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

The Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes papers on all aspects of educational technology and learning. Topics may include, but are not limited to : learning theory and technology, cognition and technology, in

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Education's Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic Reveals Online Education’s Three Enduring Challenges

lundi 21 décembre 2020 par Jason Openo
Closed campuses, working remotely, and physical distancing have changed the way we work, teach, learn, shop, attend conferences, and interact with family and friends. But the Covid-19 pandemic has not changed what we know about creating high-end online education. Two decades of research has (...)

Institutional Perspectives on Faculty Development for Digital Education in Canada

lundi 21 décembre 2020 par Charlene A. VanLeeuwen, George Veletsianos, Olga Belikov, Nicole Johnson
As digital education at the post-secondary level continues to grow, robust professional development that prepares faculty to teach in online and blended settings is necessary. In this study we analyze open-ended comments from the Canadian Digital Learning Research Association’s annual survey of (...)

Oral Production Skills and Self-Regulation Processes : Exploring the contribution of the e-portfolio

lundi 21 décembre 2020 par Maxime Paquet, Thierry Karsenti
This article presents the results of an exploratory study that describes and analyzes the contribution of the e-portfolio in the use of the self-regulation process. The sample used was of female grade 9 high school students during oral production tasks. A content analysis of student (...)

The Effect Of E-learning On Student Outcomes Under COVID-19

dimanche 20 décembre 2020 par ahmed Al-Ghanimi
As COVID-19 was declared a pandemic disease by WHO on March 11, 2020, the global prevalence of COVID-19 disease has increased dramatically. Iraq declared the emergency condition, followed by the curfew, in response to the COVID-19 crisis. All branches of education have been. Closed education (...)

Editorial Volume 46 Issue 2

jeudi 17 décembre 2020 par Sawsen Lakhal, Martha Cleveland-Innes

E-book Technology Facilitating University Education During COVID-19

mercredi 16 décembre 2020 par Rwitajit Majumdar, Brendan Flanagan, Hiroaki Ogata
UNESCO reported that 90% of students are affected in some way by COVID-19 pandemic. Like in many countries, Japan too imposed emergency remote teaching and learning at both school and university level. In this study, we focus on a national university in Japan, and investigate how teaching and (...)

User Innovation in Iran : An International Comparison and the Policy Implications

mardi 15 décembre 2020 par ali asghar sadabadi, azam mirzamani, Zohreh Rahimi Rad
Extending previous studies conducted on the user innovation activities in some countries of the world, the present study has examined the extent of developing and sharing innovation by the individual consumers in Iran. Using the same research methodology employed by the previous studies, this (...)

L' Connected Learning

mardi 15 décembre 2020 par Éric Bruillard, Khansa Ghabara, Sonia Huguenin, Pier-Luc Jolicoeur, Thérèse Laferrière, Sophie Nadeau-Tremblay, Cathia Papi, Marie-Andrée Pelletier
According to the literature, connected learning is a growing educational practice that has been identified by EDUsummIT2019 delegates as a working theme in their examination of the alignment of curriculum - pedagogical practices - learning assessment relationships. This article presents, in (...)

Online Teaching During the COVID-19 Plague in Indonesia

mardi 15 décembre 2020 par Nur Hidayat
The covid-19 plague compels ELT lecturers in Indonesia to move their teaching method from face-to-face into online teaching in a short time suddenly. However, the facilities and the infrastructure to do online teaching are not fulfilled by the government. This study investigated the (...)

Use of Videoconferencing in Providing Service to Children and Youth

lundi 14 décembre 2020 par Irene Gillis
At the beginning of the pandemic, the Student Well-being Teams in the elementary and high schools had to adapt and adjust to effectively support Prince Edward Island children and their families. One part of this pivot included leveraging video conferencing (Zoom for Health). This forced shift (...)

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