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HETL Review Special Issue (2013)

Individual Articles:

Article 1

Connectivism as a Digital Age Learning Theory
Betsy Duke, Ginger Harper, and Mark Johnston

Article 2

Living Lab Activities as the Starting Point for Developing ICT Studies in Higher Education
Satu Luojus and Olli Vilkki

Article 3

Creating a Blended Cooperative-Learning Classroom
Edward J. Baum

Article 4

PK-12 Teacher Candidates’ Beliefs and Knowledge about English Learners
Cynthia J.Hutchinson, Carine Strebel, & Joyce W. Nutta

Article 5

Bridging Gaps and Creating Spaces: Health Education in the New Millennium
Marie Thielke Huff and Laura Cruz

Article 6

Inter-cultural Awareness and its Role in Enriching Students’ Communicative Competence
Alla Kourova and Doan Modianos

Article 7

Appreciative Inquiry – A New Dimension in Problem-Based Learning
Gwilym Wyn Roberts

HETL Review Volume 2 (2012)

Individual Articles:

Article 1

What the Best College Teachers Do
Ken Bain

Article 2

Mobile Learning and the Future of Learning
Agnes Kukulska-Hulme

Article 3

The Modernization of HE in Russia
Olga Kovbasyuk and Alla G. Kuznetsova

Article 4

OnLive Desktop
Kevin Yee and Lissa Pompos

Article 5

Review of “Statistics for People Who Think They Hate Statistics”
Gabriel Donleavy

Article 6

Frontiers in Higher Education: A Procedural Model
Ruth Sesco

Article 7

Immersive Learning in Preservice Teacher Education
Paula M. Selvester

Article 8

Social Media: Why This Matters To Everyone in Education
Daniel Clark

Article 9

Review of Ronald Barnett’s “Being a University”
Ariadna J. Rodríguez Díaz

Article 10

The NAIRTL Threshold Conference Report
Laura L. B. Border and Taimi Olsen

Article 11

Exploring Tensions between English Teachers
Tagesse Abo Melketo

Article 12

Academics as Teachers
Mònica Feixas and Dieter Euler

 

HETL Review Volume 1 (2011)

Individual Articles:

Article 1

Navigating Between Teaching, Learning and Inquiry
John Carfora

Article 2

Dialogue as a Means of Change
Olga Kovbasyuk

Article 3

Real Learning in a Virtual World
Susan Oaks

Article 4

Teach – Tool – Learn: Social Media as a Tribute to Lev Vygotsky
Piet Kommers

Article 5

Technology Enhanced Active Learning at MIT
James L. Morrison and Phillip Long

Article 6

Navigating Between Teaching, Learning and Inquiry: Developing Students as Researchers
Alan Jenkins and Mick Healey

Article 7

A Holistic Approach for Establishing Social Presence in Online Courses and Programs
Credence T. Baker and Jennifer T. Edwards

Article 8

A Plea for “E” to Excite, Engage and Enrich the Student Learning Experience
Lorraine Stefani

Article 9

Feeding the Pipeline: Helping Students of Color Write College Entrance Essays for the University 2.0
David S. Goldstein

Article 10

Creating Significant Learning Experiences
Dee Fink

Article 11

Learner-Centered Teaching
Marilla Svinicki

Article 12

2011: A Year of Global Collaboration and Growth
Olga Kovbasyuk

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