The SAGE Encyclopedia of Online Education, 1st Edition

  • Steven L. Danver Walden University
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483318346
  • ISBN-13: 9781483318349
  • DDC: 371.33
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 999 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released October 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016

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Overview

This three-volume set provides a thorough and engaging reference on all aspects of online education, from the theoretical dimensions of teaching online to the technological aspects of implementing online courses—with a central focus on the effective education of students. It includes over 400 entries on topics ranging from the pedagogical basis and strategies of online education to the changing role of online education in the global education system.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editor.
Contributors.
Introduction.
1: Academic Advising.
2: Academic Freedom.
3: Academic Governance.
4: Academic Integrity.
5: Academic Partnerships.
6: Academic Quality.
7: Academic Rigor.
8: Academic Skills.
9: Academic Workload.
10: Accessibility.
11: Accreditation.
12: Active Learning.
13: Adaptive Assessment.
14: Adaptive Learning.
15: ADDIE Curriculum Model.
16: Administrator Concerns.
17: Admissions Policies.
18: Adobe Connect.
19: Adolescent Learners.
20: Adult Education Curriculum.
21: Affordability.
22: African Americans and Online Education.
23: Alternative Assessment.
24: Americans with Disabilities Act.
25: Anderson, Terry.
26: Andragogy.
27: Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow—Today.
28: Asian Americans and Online Education.
29: Assessment of Learning Outcomes.
30: Assistive Technologies.
31: Associate’s Degree Programs.
32: Association for Computing Machinery.
33: Asynchronous Online Learning.
34: Automated Grading.
35: Bachelor’s Degree Programs.
36: Behaviorism.
37: Blackboard.
38: Blended Learning.
39: Blogging.
40: Bloom’s Taxonomy.
41: Bookstores.
42: Business Education.
43: Canvas.
44: Capstone Courses.
45: Career Services.
46: Case Study Research.
47: Certificate Programs.
48: Charter Schools.
49: Child Learners.
50: Class Size.
51: Classroom Management.
52: Cloud-Based Technologies.
53: Cognitive Flexibility Theory.
54: Cognitivism.
55: Collaborative Learning.
56: Collaborative Technology.
57: Commencement Ceremonies.
58: Commercial Teaching Tools.
59: Commonwealth of Learning.
60: Communication Education.
61: Communication Theory.
62: Community in Online Learning.
63: Competency-Based Education.
64: Composition Education.
65: Computer Literacy.
66: Computer-Assisted Instruction.
67: Computer-Based Testing.
68: Computer-Mediated Communication.
69: Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning.
70: Connectivism.
71: Constructionism.
72: Constructivism.
73: Content Delivery and Pedagogy in Online Education.
74: Contextual Teaching and Learning.
75: Copyrighted Materials.
76: Corporate Partnerships.
77: Correspondence Courses.
78: Costs and Financing of Higher Education.
79: Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
80: Council on Occupational Education.
81: Course Design.
82: Course Scheduling.
83: Coursera.
84: Credit Hours.
85: Criminal Justice Education.
86: Critical Thinking Skills.
87: Cultural Differences and Online Education.
88: Curriculum Mapping.
89: Cyberculture.
90: Demographics of Online Students.
91: Digital Badges.
92: Digital Diplomas.
93: Digital Divide.
94: Disability Services.
95: Discussion Facilitation.
96: Discussions, Synchronous.
97: Discussions, Threaded.
98: Disruptive Students.
99: Distance Education.
100: Distance Education Accrediting Commission.
101: Distributed Learning.
102: Diversity Pedagogy.
103: Doctor of Education Degree Programs.
104: Doctor of Philosophy Degree Programs.
105: E-Books.
106: eCollege.
107: Economic Benefits of Education.
108: Edmodo.
109: Education Specialist Degree Programs.
110: Educational Leadership.
111: Educational Measurement.
112: Educational Technology.
113: edX.
114: Eight-Dimensional E-Learning Framework.
115: E-Journals.
116: Electronic Learning Materials.
117: Employers’ Views of Online Education.
118: Enrollment Management.
119: E-Portfolios.
120: Equal Educational Opportunities Act.
121: E-Readers.
122: Essay Writing.
123: Examinations and Quizzes.
124: Experience-Based Learning.