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    • Social Media and Learning Environments: Shifting Perspectives on the Locus of Control 

      Hoffman, Ellen (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2009-12)
      In the past, centralised technology departments had major influence over the choices of learning applications in higher education. With the emergence of freely available Web 2.0 and open access tools, instructors and ...
    • Open for Learning: The CMS and the Open Learning Network 

      Mott, Jon; Wiley, David (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2009-12)
      The course management system (CMS) reinforces the status quo and hinders substantial teaching and learning innovation in higher education. It does so by imposing artificial time limits on learner access to course content ...
    • Investigating the Impact of Weekly Weblog Assignments on the Learning Environment of a Secondary Biology Course 

      Brunsell, Eric; Cimino, Christopher (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2009-12)
      A weblog, or blog, presents an intriguing way to create a collaborative space within a traditional classroom structure. Well-constructed blog assignments may provide a safe environment and encourage a collaborative learning ...
    • Instructional Mash-Up: Promoting Reflective Skill Development in a Virtual Environment 

      Dunlap, Karen; Gowan, Tracy Mac; Restine, Keith (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2009-12)
      Classroom management (CM) research suggests prospective teachers customarily view CM skill acquisition as a fundamental component of pedagogical knowledge development (Emmer & Stough, 2001; Merrett & Wheldall, 1993). ...
    • in education 15(2) Editorial 

      Couros, Alec (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2009-12)
      An introduction to our December, 2009 issue of in education, a peer-reviewed, open access journal. This is also Part I of a two-part series focusing on Social Media & Technology.
    • Book Review - Digital Habitats 

      Brown, Kimberly (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2009-12)
      A Review of Digital Habitats: Stewarding Technology for Communities, a book by Etienne Wenger, Nancy White, and John D. Smith.
    • "you were born ugly and youl die ugly too": Cyber-bullying as relational aggression 

      Jackson, Margaret; Cassidy, Wanda; Brown, Karen N. (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2009-12)
      Cyber-bullying increasingly is becoming a problem for students, educators and policy makers. In this paper, we consider cyber-bullying as a form of relational aggression; that is, behaviour designed to damage, harm or ...