Concurrent Sessions - Thursday, October 19 11:30 AM-12:30 PM

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Junior Ballroom A

Presider: Adam Blum, ACT, United States

Student perspectives on experiences in an online doctoral program
11:30-11:50 AM
  1. Radhika Viruru, Texas A&M University, United States
  2. Ambyr Rios, Texas A&M University, United States
Learner-Centered Focus and Power Structures: An Analysis of Information Science Syllabi for Online Courses
11:50 AM-12:10 PM
  1. Daniella Smith, University of North Texas, United States
  2. RaeAnna Jeffers, College of Information, University of North Texas, United States
  3. Amanda Hovious, College of Information, University of North Texas, United States
Creating OER materials - Perspectives of Global Instructors
12:10-12:30 PM
  1. Nathaniel Ostashewski, Athabasca University, Canada
  2. Serena Henderson, Athabasca University, Canada

Junior Ballroom B

Presider: Naomi Wahls, University of Colorado Denver, United States

A Study on Inconscient Learning Behaviors and Psychological Evaluations Using Biological Data for an Image-Based Vocabulary Building Application
11:30-11:50 AM
  1. Ryohei Konishi, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Kobe City College of Technology, Japan
  2. Ryosuke Shimmura, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Kobe City College of Technology, Japan
  3. Ken Nakajima, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Kobe City College of Technology, Japan
  4. Ryoya Hayashi, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Kobe City College of Technology, Japan
  5. Tetsuya Sato, Dept of Electrical Engineering, Kobe City College of Technology, Japan
Supporting nomadic work- and study practices in groupware design
11:50 AM-12:10 PM
  1. Stefan Nilsson, University West, Department of media and design, Sweden
  2. Lars Svensson, University West, Sweden
  3. William Jobe, University West, Sweden
The Challenges and Opportunities of Tools Designed to Assess A Student’s Readiness for Online Learning
12:10-12:30 PM
  1. Marwin Britto, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Junior Ballroom C

No presider for this session.
A Study on the direction of 3D Modeling Education Considering Computational Thinking Factors at Elementary School in South Korea
11:30-11:50 AM
  1. Soyul Yi, Dept. of Computer education. Korea National University of Education., Korea (South)
  2. Ungyeol Jung, Dept. of Computer education. Korea National University of Education., Korea (South)
  3. Youngjun Lee, Dept. of Computer education. Korea National University of Education., Korea (South)
In New School Demographics: Integrating Technology in Classrooms and Meeting the Needs of ELLs
11:50 AM-12:10 PM
  1. Nan Li, Claflin University, United States

Junior Ballroom D

No presider for this session.
What drives flow experience in constructing knowledge in social media?
11:30-11:50 AM
  1. Shinyi Lin, National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan
  2. Sheng-Yu Chan, Taichung Second Senior High School, Taiwan
  3. Tsung-Wei Lin, National Changhua Senior High School, Taiwan
  4. Yu Chen Ni, National Taichung First Senior High School, Taiwan
Designing an Interactive Online Case Exercise: Process and Tools, Design Challenges, and Lessons Learned
11:50 AM-12:10 PM
  1. Marlene Biseda, Graziadio School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University, United States
  2. Gloria Schramm, eLearning Productions, United States
  3. Shelley Stewart, Graziadio School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University, United States

Parksville

Presider: Kurt Ackermann, Hokusei Gakuen University Junior College, Japan

Leveraging the Coaching CPR Method to Ignite Innovative Instruction: The Power of Content Specific, Pedagogically Sound, Results Based Collegial Coaching
11:30-11:50 AM
  1. Katie Alaniz, Houston Baptist University/River Oaks Baptist School, United States
  2. Dawn Wilson, Houston Baptist University, United States
  3. Les Foltos, Peer Ed, United States
Faculty Development and Student-Centered Online Learning: Issues, Perspectives and Lessons Learned from Integrating an Exemplary Course Program
11:50 AM-12:10 PM
  1. Patrick Guilbaud, Winthrop University, United States
  2. Kimarie Whetstone, Winthrop University, United States

Pavillion B

Presider: Koen DePryck, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Inst of Edu for Development & Institute of Knowledge Management, Belgium

Limitations of Mobile Learning: A Systematic Review
11:30-11:50 AM
  1. Samoekan Sophonhiranrak, Faculty of Learning Sciences and Education, Thammasat University, Thailand
  2. Sarunwit Promsaka Na Sakonnak, Faculty of Learning Sciences and Education, Thammasat University, Thailand
Mobile Learning and E-Learning —Making It Authentic, Interactive and a Productive Language Learning Resource
11:50 AM-12:10 PM
  1. Xiaorui Sun, Inner Mongolia Normal University, China; Ohio University, U.S.A, China

Pavillion C

No presider for this session.
New Student Response System (uReply) Enhances Students' Skills of Medical History Taking
11:30-11:50 AM
  1. Paul Lam, Centre for Learning Enhancement and Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  2. Rita Sung, Kai Chong Tong Clinical Skills Learning Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  3. Jenny Fang Jiang, Kai Chong Tong Clinical Skills Learning Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Computer Mediated Communication as a Tool to Increase Scientific Knowledge, Interest and Literacy Around Global Issues
11:50 AM-12:10 PM
  1. Kimberly Lawless, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
  2. Scott Brown, University of Connecticut, United States
  3. The GlobalEd2 Team, GlobalEd2, United States

Pavillion D

Presider: Christie Vanorsdale, Duquesne University, United States

Creating a Sense of Community among Learners in an Online Course
11:30-11:50 AM
  1. Kelly Elander, Harding University, United States
Ed Tech Research in Higher Education: Best Practices from the Efficacy Symposium held in Washington, DC in May 2017
11:50 AM-12:10 PM
  1. Kristin Palmer, University of Virginia, United States
Measurable learning objectives for flipped classroom
12:10-12:30 PM
  1. Hui-wen Tu, Berkeley College, United States
  2. Ying-Hsiu Liu, University of Missouri, United States