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Readiness for digital learning: examining self-reported and observed mobile competencies as steps toward more effective learner readiness assessment
This mixed-methods study explores a digital-competencies survey tool for probing the readiness of higher-education students for digital learning, in three steps. First, it develops a methodology for capturing and analysing ...
An analysis of the freedom of expression policy in higher education
This study examines free speech policy in general and specifically the free speech policy at one institution of higher education in Ontario, Canada, in order to better understand the complex interconnectedness between human ...
Transformative learning and critical thinking in asynchronous online discussions: a systematic review
Transformative learning is a fundamental component of the higher education experience. Transformative educational experiences are those in which students are engaged in sustained and critically reflective discourse that ...
Show and tell in higher education: a systematic review of video-based feedback
This systematic literature review presents an overview of the research on the use of video-based feedback in higher education from 2009-2019. Sixty-seven peer-reviewed articles, selected from a systematic search of electronic ...
Vision, culture, and image: a systematic review of higher education online branding
Guided by The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA), the primary objective of this study was to gain insight into higher education online branding. An integrated mixed-method synthesis ...
The evolving role of online assessment as a steering mechanism for 21st-century learning
Framed by Jürgen Habermas’ theory of society as being constituted of systems and lifeworlds, this project aims to critically analyze the recent academic literature on online assessment in higher education. Through a ...