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A longitudinal examination of temporal and iterative relationships among learner engagement dimensions during online discussion

Scholars have examined how students feel, behave, and think when engaged in asynchronous online discussion (AOD), which has become a prevalent means of collaborative learning in higher education. However, few have considered the impact of time on …


Digital storytelling: facilitating learning and identity development

This study examines how digital storytelling facilitated students’ reflection and learning in a project-based year-end middle school capstone program. It also explores how students expressed their voices, identities, and emotions using the …

11.07.2020 Open Access

Immersive virtual reality as a pedagogical tool in education: a systematic literature review of quantitative learning outcomes and experimental design

The adoption of immersive virtual reality (I-VR) as a pedagogical method in education has challenged the conceptual definition of what constitutes a learning environment. High fidelity graphics and immersive content using head-mounted-displays …


Exploring the role of EFL learners’ online self-regulation profiles in their social regulation of learning in wiki-supported collaborative reading activities

Previous research indicated that the individual skills that learners bring to the group is critical to the social regulation process in computer-supported collaborative learning activities. However, few studies have explored how students’ …

13.06.2020 Open Access

Learners’ perceptions and experiences of studying psychology online

This study aimed to explore the lived experiences of six international and mature online learners studying on an undergraduate psychology course to identify barriers and facilitators to studying online. A secondary aim was to deductively explore …

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JCE is an interdisciplinary forum for communication of perspectives among researchers, practitioner, and policy makers on theories and practices in technology enhanced learning. The journal aims at making an impact on educational practices and thus to transform learning. The journal publishes up-to-date research and experiences in information communication technologies (ICT) in learning and education.

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