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April 8, 2017

ETS TOC Alert: Journal of Educational Technology & Society 2017, Vol. 20, No. 2

No K-12 distance, online or blended learning items articles in this issue (at least based on a quick review of the table of contents).

Journal of Educational Technology & Society TOC Alert

Dear Michael Barbour,

The latest issue of “Journal of Educational Technology & Society” is now available on the ETS Journal Web Site.

2017, Vol. 20, Issue 2

Special Issue on “Learning Analytics in Technology Enhanced Language Learning”

Guest Editor(s): Yu-Ju Lan, Nian-Shing Chen and Yao-Ting Sung

Full Length Articles

Activities with Parents on the Computer: An Ecological Framework

João C. Paiva, Carla Morais, Luciano Moreira

Experiences of Advanced High School Students in Synchronous Online Recitations

Greg Mayer, Jeremy Lingle, Marion Usselman

Exploring Long-term Behavior Patterns in a Book Recommendation System for Reading

Tzu-Chao Chien, Zhi-Hong Chen, Tak-Wai Chan

Learning through Blogging: Students’ Perspectives in Collaborative Blog-Enhanced Learning Communities

Yu-Chun Kuo, Brian R. Belland, Yu-Tung Kuo

Using Visualization to Motivate Student Participation in Collaborative Online Learning Environments

Sung-Hee Jin

Test Anxiety Analysis of Chinese College Students in Computer-based Spoken English Test

Yang Yanxia

Integrating Dynamic Mathematics Software into Cooperative Learning Environments in Mathematics

Yılmaz Zengin, Enver Tatar

Investigating the Use of the Khan Academy and Mathematics Software with a Flipped Classroom Approach in Mathematics Teaching

Yılmaz Zengin

How Does Mozart’s Music Affect Children’s Reading? The Evidence from Learning Anxiety and Reading Rates with e-Books

Yen-Ning Su, Chih-Chien Kao, Chia-Cheng Hsu, Lu-Chun Pan, Shu-Chen Cheng, Yueh-Min Huang

Review of Mobile Learning Trends 2010-2015: A Meta-Analysis

Ken Nee Chee, Noraffandy Yahaya, Nor Hasniza Ibrahim, Mohamed Noor Hasan

The Effectiveness of Using Cloud-Based Cross-Device IRS to Support Classical Chinese Learning

Yi-Hsuan Wang

Creating an Online Learning Community in a Flipped Classroom to Enhance EFL Learners’ Oral Proficiency

Wen-Chi Vivian Wu, Jun Scott Chen Hsieh, Jie Chi Yang

Editorial

Learning Analytics in Technology Enhanced Language Learning

Special Issue Articles

Visualization Analytics for Second Language Vocabulary Learning in Virtual Worlds

Indy Y. T. Hsiao, Yu-Ju Lan, Chia-Ling Kao, Ping Li

To Activate English Learning: Listen and Speak in Real Life Context with an AR Featured U-Learning System

Shu-Chun Ho, Sheng-Wen Hsieh, Pei-Chen Sun, Cheng-Ming Chen

The Effects of Using the Kinect Motion-sensing Interactive System to Enhance English Learning for Elementary Students

Wen Fu Pan

Using Novel Word Context Measures to Predict Human Ratings of Lexical Proficiency

Cynthia M. Berger, Scott A. Crossley, Kristopher Kyle

EssayCritic: Writing to Learn with a Knowledge-Based Design Critiquing System

Anders I. Mørch, Irina Engeness, Victor C. Cheng, William K. Cheung, Kelvin C. Wong

Assessing the Language of Chat for Teamwork Dialogue

Antonette Shibani, Elizabeth Koh, Vivian Lai, Kyong Jin Shim

A Multivocal Approach in the Analysis of Online Dialogue in the Language-focused Classroom in Higher Education

Giulia Messina Dahlberg

The Effects of Cognitive Styles on the Use of Hints in Academic English: A Learning Analytics Approach

Sherry Y. Chen, Chia-Chi Yeh

A Mobile Game-Based English Vocabulary Practice System Based on Portfolio Analysis

Ting-Ting Wu, Yueh-Min Huang

Response to Articles

Retraction of – Volume 19, Issue 4, pp. 190-202

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April 7, 2017

IRRODL Announcement 18.2

No K-12 distance, online and/or blended learning articles in this issue.

IRRODL Issue 18(2)
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Dear Readers,

We welcome Spring (at least in Canada) with IRRODL’s Issue 18(2), bursting with a bouquet of new research and good reading! Enjoy!

Dianne

Vol 18, No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial – Volume 18, Issue 2
Dianne Conrad

Research Articles

Olaf Zawacki-Richter, Uthman Alturki, Ahmed Aldraiweesh
Jamie Costley, Christopher Henry Lange
Nati Cabrera, Maite Fernández Ferrer
Sunnie Lee Watson, William R. Watson, Shamila Janakiraman, Jennifer Richardson
Colin Milligan, Allison Littlejohn
Robert Bodily, Rob Nyland, David Wiley
Stefania Manca, Maria Ranieri
Patricia Fidalgo, Joan Thormann
Xiaoying Feng, Jingjing Xie, Yue Liu
Shuang Li, Jingjing Zhang, Chen Yu, Li Chen
Sanghoon Park
Pilar Gómez-Rey, Elena Barbera, Francisco Fernández-Navarro

Research Notes

Aeen Mohammadi, Shadi Asadzandi, Shiva Malgard

Technical Notes

Wolfram Laaser, Eduardo Adrian Toloza
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April 5, 2017

[CJLT / RCAT] New Issue Published

Notice from another distance, online and/or blended learning journal issue with no K-12 articles.

Dear Readers,

The Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de
l’apprentissage et de la technologie has just published Volume 43, Number
1. This issue is available on our web site at http://www.cjlt.ca/. We invite
you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to
review articles and items of interest.

Thank you for your continued interest in our work,

CJLT Editors
University of Alberta & York University
cjlt@ualberta.ca

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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de
l’apprentissage et de la technologie
Vol 43, No 1 (2017)
http://www.cjlt.ca/index.php/cjlt/issue/view/1869

Articles
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Gadgets in the Gymnasium: Physical Educators’ Use of Digital Technologies |
Les gadgets au gymnase : l’utilisation des technologies numériques par les
enseignants en éducation physique
Daniel Robinson, Lynn Randall

Adolescence et technologie : besoins de savoir, de supervision et de
reconnaissance | Adolescence and Technology: Need for Knowledge, Supervision
and Acknowledgement
Marie-Hélène Poulin, Camille Lefebvre

Understanding School Board Leaders Use of Online Resources to Inform
Decision-Making | Examen de l’usage des ressources en ligne par les
dirigeants des conseils scolaires pour guider les prises de décisions
Robin Holding Kay, Loralea Carruthers

Making Sense of the Professional Learning of Grade Six Teachers of
Mathematics Implementing the Flipped Classroom Approach | Le
perfectionnement professionnel des enseignants de mathématique en 6e année
mettant en œuvre l’approche de la classe inversée
Karen Goodnough, Elizabeth Murphy

Book Review
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Book Review of Ten Strategies for Building Community with Technology
Diane Janes
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La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie
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March 3, 2017

IRRODL Announcement 18.1

No K-12 distance, online or blended learning items here, but check out this open access research all the same.

IRRODL Issue 18(1)
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IRRODL is pleased to bring you this special issue on Advances in Research on Social Networking in Open and Distributed Learning.  We thank Miltiadis Lytras and Hassan Mathkour for their commitment to research and for their guidance of this issue.

Dianne

Vol 18, No 1 (2017)

Special Issue: Advances in Research on Social Networking in Open and Distributed Learning

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial – Volume 18, Issue 1
Miltiadis Lytras, Hassan Mathkour

Research Articles

Hagit Meishar-Tal, Efrat Pieterse
Yasemin Gülbahar, Christian Rapp, Selcan Kilis, Anna Sitnikova
Mariana de Lima, Marta Elena Zorrilla
Wenke Wang, Yen Chun Jim Wu, Chih-Hung Yuan, Hongxia Xiong, Wan-Ju Liu
Gürhan Durak
Maria Macià, Iolanda García
Miroslava Raspopovic, Svetlana Cvetanovic, Ivana Medan, Danijela Ljubojevic
Andrés García-Floriano, Ángel Ferreira-Santiago, Cornelio Yáñez-Márquez, Oscar Camacho-Nieto, Mario Aldape-Pérez, Yenny Villuendas-Rey
Sergio Cerón-Figueroa, Itzamá López-Yáñez, Yenny Villuendas-Rey, Oscar Camacho-Nieto, Mario Aldape-Pérez, Cornelio Yáñez-Márquez
Wadee S. Alhalabi, Mobeen Alhalabi
Chien-wen Shen, Chin-Jin Kuo, Pham Thi Minh Ly
Higinio Mora, Antonio Ferrández, David Gil, Jesús Peral
Adolfo Ruiz-Calleja, Juan Ignacio Asensio-Pérez, Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo, Eduardo Gómez-Sánchez, Miguel Luis Bote-Lorenzo, Carlos Alario-Hoyos
Marcelo Careaga Butter, Eduardo Meyer Aguilera, Maria Graciela Badilla Quintana, Laura Jiménez Pérez, Eileen Sepúlveda Valenzuela
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February 23, 2017

[JAEPR] New Issue Published

Nothing specific to K-12 distance, online and/or blended learning in this issue.  However, some interesting open access articles related to misconceptions around certain aspects of cognitive science (among other topics).

Readers:

Journal of Applied Educational and Policy Research has just published its
latest issue at https://journals.uncc.edu/jaepr. We invite you to review the
Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and
items of interest.

Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,
Missy Butts
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
cbutts4@uncc.edu

Journal of Applied Educational and Policy Research
Vol 3, No 1
Table of Contents
https://journals.uncc.edu/jaepr/issue/view/76

Contents
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Table of Contents
Missy Butts

Editorial
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Wonder-Ful Questions:  Introduction to a Response to the DFI Report
Rebecca Shore

Understanding of New Ideas
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How Do Students Understand New Ideas?  In Response to the Deans for Impact
Report (DFI)
Jacob Boula,    Kristina Morgan,        CarieAnn Morrissey,     Rebecca Shore

Application of the Deans for Impact Report, The Science of Learning How Do
Students Understand New Ideas?
CarieAnn Morrissey,     Jacob Boula,    Kristina Morgan

Transfer of Information
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How do Students Learn and Retain New Information? A Response to the Deans
for Impact Report, The Science of Learning
Brain Spaulding,        Dru Thomas,     Charles Yearta, Aimee Miller

How do Students Learn and Retain New Information? A Practical Application of
the Deans for Impact Report, The Science of Learning
Brian Spaulding,        Dru Thomas,     Charles Yearta, Aimee Miller,   Rebecca Shore

Problem Solving
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How Do Students Solve Problems? In Response to the Deans for Impact Report,
The Science of Learning
Yolanda Kennedy,        Tracey Carney,  Joey Moree

In Response to The Deans for Impact Report: How Do Students Solve Problems?
Practical Applications for Educators
Tracey Carney,  Joey Moree,     Yolanda Kennedy

Application of Knowledge
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The Science of Learning: Transferring Learning to Novel Problems
Richard Wells,  Thanh Le

The Science of Learning: Practical Applications for Transferring Learning in
the K-12 and Higher Education Settings
Richard Wells,  Thanh Le

Motivation to Learn
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What Motivates Students to Learn? Exploring the Research on Motivation
Amber Perrell,  Julia Erdie,    Theresa Kasay

What Motivates Students to Learn? Applications for All Classroom Levels
Amber Perrell,  Julia Erdie,    Theresa Kasay

Misconceptions
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Myths or Misnomers: Research-based Realities in the Classroom Literature
Review for Deans for Impact (2015)
Maria Leahy,    Rebecca Shore,  Richard Lambert

Teachers Can Untangle the Truth from Myth in the Classroom: Using an
Interdisciplinary Approach to “Developing the Brain.”  An Application of
Deans for Impact (2015)
Maria Leahy,    Rebecca Shore,  Richard Lambert

Conclusion
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Cognitive Science and Educational Research: A Shotgun Courtship
Richard Lambert

Left Brains, Learning Styles, and Who Cares What Time it is?
Rebecca Shore

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