Light + Learning

Open Scholarship on Learning, Design, and Technology, 2022
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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.
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AboutA/B Testing on Open TextbooksMotivations Among Special Education Students and their Parents for Switching to an Online School, , & Proctoring Software in Higher Ed & Recognizing and Overcoming Obstacles of OER, , & Research Impact Metrics & Sharing and Self-promoting, , , & The Role of Conceptual and Theoretical Scholarship in Understanding Research in Digital LearningThe HandoffImplementation and Instructional DesignInstructional Design Prototyping Strategies & Improving Problem-Based Learning with Asynchronous VideoFaculty Perceptions of Using Synchronous Video-based Communication Technology, , , , & "I Can Do Things Because I Feel Valuable": Authentic Project Experiences and How They Matter to Instructional Design Students & Teacher, Are You There? Being "Present" in Online LearningUnderstanding How Asynchronous Video Can Be Critical to Learning SuccessImplementation and Instructional Design & Modeling Expertise Through Decision-based Learning: Theory, Practice, and Technology Applications, , , & The Design of Holistic Learning EnvironmentsGetting Started With Open Badges and Open Microcredentials, , & Sampling


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