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11801Vol. 9, No. 3 of the MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching is available online

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  • Lee, Mark
    Nov 26, 2013
      Dear colleagues,

      Vol. 9, No. 3 of the MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching (JOLT at http://jolt.merlot.org/) has been published and is available online. The contents of the issue are listed below. In this issue you will find 12 articles concerned with various aspects of online learning and teaching. I hope you will find several articles of interest, and that you will take the time to forward this notice to colleagues who might also be interested in JOLT. (If they, too, would like to register to receive notification of newly published JOLT issues, they may do so here: http://grapevine.merlot.org/joltnews/joltlistserv.php?action=add .)

      The next issue, Vol. 9, No. 4, will be released in the coming weeks. You may also be interested to know that following the success of the special issue on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) that was published earlier this year, the first 2014 issue (Vol. 10, No. 1) of the journal will include a special section containing a further five articles on MOOCs.

      Kind regards,

      Mark J. W. Lee
      Editor, MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching

      *** JOLT VOL. 9, NO. 3 CONTENTS ***

      * Research Papers *

      An Exploration of Students' Experiences of Learning in an Online Primary Teacher Education Program
      Margaret Cain and Sharon Phillip

      Quality of Interactions in Face-to-Face and Hybrid Career Development Courses: An Exploration of Students' Perceptions
      Siu-Man Raymond Ting and Laura M. Gonzalez

      The Use of E-Learning Tools for Improving Hispanic Students' Academic Performance
      Jennie Johnson and Edith Galy

      Adjunct versus Full-Time Faculty: Comparison of Student Outcomes in the Online Classroom
      Brian Mueller, B. Jean Mandernach, and Kelly Sanderson

      Experiences with Military Online Learners: Toward a Mindful Practice
      David Starr-Glass

      Which Instructional Design Models are Educators Using to Design Virtual World Instruction?
      Victor J. Soto

      Using a Video Game as an Advance Organizer: Effects on Development of Procedural and Conceptual Knowledge, Cognitive Load, and Casual Adoption
      Jennifer J. Vogel-Walcutt, Katherine Del Giudice, Logan Fiorella, and Denise Nicholson

      * Case Studies *

      Developing a Supportive Framework for Learning on Biosciences Field Courses through Video-Based Resources
      Anne E. Goodenough, Lynne MacTavish, and Adam G. Hart

      Improving Undergraduate Sociology Students' Presentation Skills through Reflective Learning in an Online Learning Environment
      Natalia V. Smirnova and Irina V. Nuzha

      Old Concepts, New Tools: An Action Research Project on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning in Teacher Education
      Orly Sela

      The Efficacy of Online Exam-Review Sessions: Reaching Both High- and Low-Performing Students
      Rachel Sturm-Beiss

      * Position Paper *

      Instructional Design Collaboration: A Professional Learning and Growth Experience
      Barbara Brown, Sarah Elaine Eaton, D. Michele Jacobsen, Sylvie Roy, and Sharon Friesen