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Examining the Use of First Principles of Instruction by Instructional Designers in a Short-Term, High Volume, Rapid Production of Online K-12 Teacher Professional          Development Modules
Effects of Presentation Timing and Learner Control on Effectiveness and Efficiency on Learning Statistics Skills
Effects of Different Types of Annotations on College Students' Foreign Language Learning in the Synchronous Multimodal Computer-Mediated Communication Environment
Assessing Job Negotiation Competencies of College Students Using Evidence-Centered Design and Branching Simulations
How University Students Contribute to Group Work
Exploring the Effects of Cognitive Flexibility and Contextual Interference on Performance and Retention in a Simulated Environment
Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of an Interprofessional, Continuing Education Course in Biomedical Ethics Using Problem Based Learning
Competencies for Instructional Designers
Business of Informal Learning
Effects of Faded Scaffolding in Computer-Based Instruction on Learners' Performance, Cognitive Load, and Test                 Anxiety
Effects of Reflection on Student's Technology Integration Self-Efficacy in an Educational Technology Course
Role Assignment and Sense of Community in an Online Course
To Help, or Not to Help?
Effect of ARCS-Based Motivational Email Messages on Participation in an Online ESOL Class
Examining the Relationship between Prior Knowledge, Causal Maps, and Causal Mapping Processes
Change Management in Business
Qualitative Cross-Case Analysis of Three Real-World Mobile Performance Support Design Models
Exploring the Effectiveness of Collaborative Assessment Preparation with Immediate Feedback in an Intensive Adult English as a Second Language Classroom
Using Social Network Analysis (SNA) Feedback to Explore Patterns of Participation and Interaction in Online Discussions
Online Learners' Satisfaction