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Title Handbook of research on building, growing, and sustaining quality e-learning programs [electronic resource] / Kaye Shelton and Karen Pedersen, editors
Imprint Hershey, Pennsylvania : IGI Global, [2017]
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (411 p.) : ill
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Garnering faculty buy-in to improve online program quality: implementation of the online learning consortium scorecard to encourage shared governance / Terry Pollard -- Exploring Chinese faculty perceptions of quality standards for online education / Dave Dai, John M. Dirkx -- Improving U.S. college graduation rates with quality online and blended degree completion programs: lessons learned / Lisa Braverman -- From 0 to 60: the case study of a school of education's successful "online start-up" / Raffaella Borasi, Eric Fredericksen, Dave Miller -- Moving e-learning forward: a study of the impact of the continual changing landscape of e-learning / Deb Gearhart -- A new model of online student service in the digital age: increasing retention based on service satisfaction / Sallie A. Reissman -- DELES analysis of e-learning environments: satisfaction guaranteed? / Hunter Keeney [and 3 others] -- The relationship between individual student attributes and online course completion / Wendy Mays Elmore [and 3 others] -- Exploration of faculty's perceptions on technology change: implications for faculty preparedness to teach online courses / Veronica Outlaw, Margaret L. Rice, Vivian H. Wright -- Arranging and rearranging practice in digital spaces: professional learning amongst teacher educators / Laurette S. M. Bristol, Merilyn Childs -- Ensuring quality: the faculty role in online higher education / Arthur Richardson Smith --
Ready-to-teach online courses: understanding faculty roles and attitudes / Pamela K. Quinn, Diane Mason, Kaye Shelton -- A framework to assess appropriate interaction to meet accreditation quality guidelines / Anymir Orellana -- Improving the quality of online learning environments: the value of an online specific design model / Komar Parveen Khan -- Building quality online courses: online course development partnership and model / Veronica Outlaw, Margaret L. Rice, Vivian H. Wright -- E-learning and the disciplines: lessons from applied linguistics / Mark Kellison Warford -- Designing blended learning strategies for rich content / Dionysios Politis, Miltiadis Tsalighopoulos, Georgios Kyriafinis
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"This book highlights several significant elements of e-learning, including program planning, quality standards, and online course development, as well as institutional, student, and faculty support"--Provided by publisher
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Mode of access: World Wide Web
Description based on title screen (IGI Global, viewed 09/14/2016)
Subject Web-based instruction -- Design
Instructional systems -- Design
Accreditation
Blended learning
Faculty considerations
Graduation rates
Institutional program planning
Online course models
Quality standards
Alt Author Shelton, Kaye, editor
Pedersen, Karen, editor
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