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How Do Military Veteran Students Write? Exploring the Effectiveness of Current Writing Pedagogy
Through Post-911 GI Bill benefits, military veterans are flooding college admissions offices and writing classes at rates not seen since the World War II era. According to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, ...
HCI and E-Learning: Developing a Framework for Evaluating E-Learning
This chapter developed a framework for evaluating e-learning for use in Human Computer Interaction (HCI). A systems approach was used in the study; input, processes and output. Eleven categorizations of evaluation of ...
Implications of Similarities in Instructional Design, Learner Interface Design and User Interface Design in Designing a User-Friendly Online Module
(Virginia Tech, 2015)
The development of a user-friendly online module depends on the inputs, the processes and the outcomes from the user interface design, the learner interface design and the instructional design. The online module includes ...
Medication Errors: The Role of Societal Attributes
(IGI Global, 2015)
Depending on the statistics examined, medication errors may be responsible for the deaths of 44000 to 400000 in hospitals. This chapter examined the role of societal roles in medication errors. Several studies have been ...
Needs, motivations, and identification with teaching: a comparative study of temporary part-time and tenure-track health science faculty in Iceland
Abstract Background About 70% of teachers who instruct healthcare students are considered sessional (adjunct/temporary part-time) faculty and receive limited instruction in ...
Does America Need More Innovators?
(MIT Press, 2019-04)
Corporate executives, politicians, and school board leaders agree—Americans must innovate. Innovation experts fuel this demand with books and services that instruct aspiring innovators in best practices, personal habits, ...