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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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Exploring Heutagogy in Higher Education : Academia Meets the Zeitgeist, 2020 By Amnon Glassner and Shlomo Back, 210 pages. Springer Nature. ISBN978-981-15-4143-8

jeudi 26 novembre 2020 par noeleen de silva
ABSTRACT: In their book, Exploring heutagogy in higher education: Academia meets the zetgeist, Amnon Glassner and Shlomo Back call for a revolution in the teaching– learning paradigm in higher education. Heutagogy is presented as a pathway to change. A major portion of the book is dedicated to (...)

Book Review of Assessment Strategies for Online Learning : Engagement and Authenticity, 2018

mercredi 25 novembre 2020 par Michael Dabrowski
Book Review by Michael Dabrowski Assessment strategies for online learning: Engagement and Authenticity, 2018. By Dianne Conrad and Jason Openo, Athabasca University Press 220 pages. doi:10.15215/aupress/9781771992329.01

Video as a Preferred Teaching Tool

mercredi 25 novembre 2020 par Jay Wilson, Vicki Squires, Nancy Turner, Sandra Bassendowski
In a western Canadian university, the application of learning technologies by instructors in their teaching and learning environments was viewed informally as moderate and inconsistent. With a broad vision to improve and increase usage of learning technologies, senior administrators identified (...)

Social Media and Education : YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Education

vendredi 20 novembre 2020 par Alireza Jalali, Dahn Jeong, Stephanie Sutherland
Social media is changing the world today, and contemporary education reflects this global paradigm shift. The use of social media as a learning tool has recently increased at an exponential rate. This article aims to explore how social media can support education. The authors will review the (...)

Digital Tools and Their Uses in eLearning

vendredi 20 novembre 2020 par Alireza Jalali, Dahn Jeong, Anna MacLeod, Douglas Archibald
E-learning makes it easier to access educational resources online anytime, anywhere. It can be used at various levels, such as teaching new concepts, simulation, assessment, and collaborative work. E-learning tools are also excellent for engaging learners and fostering active learning. In this (...)

A Critical Literature Review of World-Class Universities

mercredi 18 novembre 2020 par Adel Al-Alawi, Dr Ahood Alsawaha, Odeh
Nations are keen to invest in quality education since it is the driver for economic growth and competitiveness. The concept of World-Class University (WCU) is inspired by both internationalization of higher education and differentiation strategy. The paper aims to shed light on the key (...)

21st Century Learning and Competencies Across Canada

mardi 17 novembre 2020 par Steven Floyd
Educational systems around the world have been undergoing reforms to ensure that their policies and practices adequately prepare students to meet the changing needs of life and work. The term “21st Century” has been attached to these reforms that involve emerging technologies and that go beyond (...)

Attentional Literacy as a New Literacy

lundi 16 novembre 2020 par Mark, Agnieszka
When students learn online, they do so within a wider context of digital disarray, marked by distraction, disorder and disconnection, which research shows to be far from conducive to effective learning. Specific educational issues include a lack of focus, linked to information overload in an (...)

An Intensive Care Unit Virtual Environment with 3D Auditory Stimulus for Nursing Student

mardi 10 novembre 2020 par Sentagi Sesotya Utami, Joko Sarwono, Randy Fela, Nur Chayati, Azizah Khoiriyati
Nursing students are limited to the learning experience in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), especially for the direct visit. Virtual Reality (VR), with high simulation fidelity, is promising in mimicking an ICU Clinical setting. However, it is an unaffordable technology in developing countries. (...)

Technology in Digital Era

lundi 9 novembre 2020 par James Kalimanzila, Girindra Putri Ardana Reswari, Godlove Dismas Ngowella
The objective of this research is to determine the changes and challenges of technology in Tanzania’s public-owned schools. Moreover, the researchers emphasise the uses and application of technology in administration and teaching-leaning activities in order to come up with the smooth excursion (...)

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