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Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
Final analysis of theme 6610r ball
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  • 1. Learners Perceptions and Perspectives of On-Line /E-Learning Raylene L. Ball 8818098 Memorial University
  • 2. 1. Fortune, M., Speilman, M., & Pangelinan, D. (2011). Students’ perceptions of online or face-to-face learning and social media in hospitality, recreation and tourism. MERLOT Journal of Online Teaching and Learning, 7(14), 1- 16.2. Ehlers, U. (2004). Quality in e-learning from a learners perspective. European Journal of Open, Distance and E- Learning. Retrieved from http://www.eurodl.org /index.php?article=1013. Humphreys, A. H. & Konomos, P. (2010). ITDL: Student perspectives on campus-based versus online courses. International Journal of Instructional Technology & Distance Learning, 7(8). Retrieved from http://www.itdl.org/Journal/Aug_10/article03.htm4. Nakos, G.E., Deis, M.H., & Jourdan, L. (2002). Students perceptions of on-line courses: An exploratory study. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 3(1), 58-66.
  • 3. 5. Palmer, S. & Holt, D. (2009). Staff and student perceptions of an online learning environment: Difference and development. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 25(3), 366-381.6. Parker, M. & Martin, F. (2010). Using virtual classrooms: Student perceptions of features and characteristics in an online and blended course. MERLOT Journal of Online Teaching and Learning, 6(1), 135-147.7. Rovai, A. P. & Barnum, K. T. (2003). On-line course effectiveness: An analysis of student interactions and perceptions of learning. The Journal of Distance Education, 18(1), 57- 73.8. Simon, J. C., Brooks, L. D., & Wilkes, R. B. (2003). Empirical Study of Students Perceptions of Online Courses. In McGill, T. (Ed.), Current Issues in IT Education. (pp. 357-366). Hershey, PA: IRM Press.9. Wuensch, K.L., Aziz, S., Ozan, E., Kishore, M., & Tabrizi, M. H. N. (2009). Technology and pedagogy: The association between students’ perceptions of the quality of online courses and the technologies employed. MERLOT Journal of Online Teaching and Learning, 5(2), 253-262.
  • 4. 10. Yang, Y. & Durrington, V. (2010). Investigation of students’ perceptions of online course quality. International Journal on E-Learning, 9(3), 341-361

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