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The growing multicultural nature of education and training environments makes it critical that instructors and instructional designers, especially those working in online learning environments, develop skills to deliver culturally sensitive and culturally adaptive instruction. This article explores research into cultural differences to identify those(More)
Introduction The field of online learning faces a challenge: While we speak of online learning as a single entity, it tends to look very differently depending on the context of delivery. K12 and higher-ed learners, for example, might expect a fixed-pace, instructor-led course, whereas corporate learners see a greater mix of self-paced tutorials. Differences(More)
Start your References on a new separate page. References are always listed in alphabetical order, are double spaced, and have a hanging indentation. Indent after 1 st line (one half inch). Use Times New Roman size 12 font. If there is no author, the reference citation starts with the first word of the article title. Author names are inverted (last name(More)
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