Mary Kalantzis

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This study compared the relationship between learning style preferences and learner success of students in an online course with an equivalent face-to-face course. Comparisons included maintenance of motivation, task engagement, and cognitive controls. Results revealed significant relationships between preferences and course success on five constructs for(More)
June Abbas is researching how we access information on the World Wide Web and the Internet. George Bobinski reminisces about his career in library and information studies. Elaine Bartkowiak are honored for their outstanding careers. Former and current faculty members share fond memories of their beloved colleague. 16 Upward Bound This program has been(More)
The International Journal of the Humanities is a peer-refereed journal published annually. Full papers submitted for publication are refereed by the Associate Editors through an anonymous referee process. Abstract The paper challenges the claim that an increasingly global media is creating a homogenisation of political discourses at the international level.(More)
The advances in ICT and also the advent of the Internet have changed the way we work in the new millenium. Virtual teamworking has already been practised extensively in the West but in the case of Malaysia, a developing country is still struggling to get a strong foothold. In lieu of the above this study looks at the impact of internal group dynamics, team(More)