Vol 3, No 4 (2011)

Table of Contents


Special Issue on “Creating, Supporting, Sustaining and Evaluating Virtual Learning Communities” PDF
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Editorial: Creating, Supporting, Sustaining and Evaluating Virtual Learning Communities PDF
Xun Ge 507-512
An Investigation of the Development of a Reflective Virtual Learning Community in an Ill-Structured Domain of Instructional Design PDF
Victor Law, Xun Ge, Deniz Eseryel 513-533
Stimulating Critical Thinking in a Virtual Learning Community with Instructor Moderations and Peer Reviews PDF
Ke Zhang, Sacip Toker 534-547
Supporting Teacher Reflection through Online Discussion PDF
Jiening Ruan, Priscilla L. Griffith 548-562
Learning and Teaching as Communicative Actions: A Mixed-Methods Twitter Study PDF
Jenny S. Wakefield, Scott J. Warren, Metta Alsobrook 563-584
Microblogging for Strengthening a Virtual Learning Community in an Online Course PDF
Yu-Chang Hsu, Yu-Hui Ching 585-598
A Logical Approach to Supporting Professional Learning Communities PDF
Laurie F. Ruberg, Meri Cummings, Debra C. B. Piecka, Chris Ruckman, Ralph Seward 599-620
Six Years of Lessons Learned in Monitoring and Evaluating Online Discussion Forums PDF
Megan Avila, Kavitha Nallathambi, Catherine Richey, Lisa Mwaikambo 621-643
How to Leverage Virtual Learning Communities for Teaching Agile Communication Skills? The eGroups Case at the University of Münster in Germany and Massey University in New Zealand PDF
Christina vom Brocke 644-664
Creating a Virtual Learning Community with HUB Architecture: CLEERhub as a Case Study of User Adoption PDF
Qaiser H. Malik, Nataliia Perova, Thomas J. Hacker, Ruth A. Streveler, Alejandra J. Magana, Patrick L. Vogt, Ann M. Bessenbacher 665-681
Developing a Measure of Virtual Community Citizenship Behavior PDF
Luman Yong, Daniel Sachau, Andrea Lassiter 682-696
Designing Functional Virtual Learning Communities Using the Bola Ola Method PDF
Bolanle A. Olaniran 697-710

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