Light + Learning
Open Scholarship on Learning, Design, and Technology, 2022
Instructional Psychology and Technology Collection
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This volume is a collection of open-access articles written by faculty, alumni, and associates of the Instructional Psychology & Technology Department at Brigham Young University.
Faculty Perceptions of Using Synchronous Video-based Communication TechnologyLowenthal, P. R., West, R. E., Archambault, L., Borup, J., & Belt, E.
Motivations Among Special Education Students and their Parents for Switching to an Online SchoolTonks, D., Kimmons, R., & Mason, S. L.
Using Educational Data Mining to Identify and Analyze Student Learning Strategies in an Online Flipped ClassroomDavies, R. S., Allen, G., Albrecht, C., Bakir, N., & Nick Ball
Navigating Worlds of Significance: How Design Critiques Matter to Studio ParticipantsMcDonald, J. K. , Michela, E., & Rich, P. J.
The Interaction of Open Educational Resources (OER) Use and Course Difficulty on Student Course Grades in a Community CollegeHilton, J., Clinton-Lisell, V., & Wiley, D.
"We are trying to communicate the best we can"Michela, E., Rosenberg, J., Kimmons, R., Sultana, O., Burchfield, M., & Thomas, T.
Educational PsychologyPuterbaugh, B., Rogers, A., Swanson, M., Zeiner, K., Irvine, J., & Kimmons, R.
Higher EducationFranklin, M., Chan, J., Gardner, K., Measom, E., Sandberg, B., Irvine, J., & Kimmons, R.
Teaching and Teacher EducationBollard, H., Nielsen, M., West, L., Young, D., Irvine, J., & Kimmons, R.