Patsy Moskal

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The authors describe relationships among infrastructure, student outcomes, and faculty satisfaction at the University of Central Florida (UCF). The model focuses on a developmental process that progresses from courses with some Web presence to those that are driven by ALN. Faculty receive support for on-line teaching in the form of release time for training(More)
The authors explore blended learning environments from metaphorical and generational perspectives. They suggest that the language of higher education reflects metaphors that evolve for the academy, faculty, and students. Generational markers for Mature, Baby­Boomer, Generation X, and Millennial student cohorts interact with blended learning satisfaction.(More)
The authors discuss elements that potentially impact student satisfaction with asynchronous learning: the media culture, digital, personal and mobile technologies, student learning preferences, pedagogy, complexities of measurement, and the digital generation. They describe a pilot study to identify the underlying dimensions of student satisfaction with(More)
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