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ContentForeword Blended Learning Back to Feedback Basics Using Video Recordings Faculty Perceptions of Using Synchronous Video-based Communication Technology The Handoff: Transitioning from Synchronous to Asynchronous Teaching Improving Problem-Based Learning with Asynchronous Video Let's Discuss Discussions Motivations Among Special Education Students and their Parents for Switching to an Online School Proctoring Software in Higher Ed Putting Your Best Self Forward Teacher, Are You There? Being "Present" in Online Learning Understanding How Asynchronous Video Can Be Critical to Learning Success Using Educational Data Mining to Identify and Analyze Student Learning Strategies in an Online Flipped Classroom Instructional Design Continuous Improvement of Instructional Materials The Design of Holistic Learning Environments Designing Technology-Enhanced Learning Experiences Educational Technology "I Can Do Things Because I Feel Valuable" Implementation and Instructional Design Instructional Design Prototyping Strategies Navigating Worlds of Significance: How Design Critiques Matter to Studio Participants Simulations and Games Open Education A/B Testing on Open Textbooks The Interaction of Open Educational Resources (OER) Use and Course Difficulty on Student Course Grades in a Community College Recognizing and Overcoming Obstacles of OER Sharing and Self-promoting "We are trying to communicate the best we can" Other Topics The Ecology of Study Abroad for Language Learning Educational Psychology Higher Education Research Impact Metrics Teaching and Teacher Education Why Do Faculty Resist Change?
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