Caroline M. Crawford, Ed.D., is an Associate Professor of Instructional Technology at the University of Houston-Clear Lake in Houston, Texas, USA.


Latest publications:
Integrating Metaphorical Cues to Enhance Learner Conceptual Frameworks: Understanding Within Web-based Academic Coursework

Enhancing eLearning environments and the supportive enhancement of the learner’s conceptual framework through the integration of metaphors and metaphorical cues.

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Professional Refereed Academic Journal Future Possibilities: Experiences of a Review Editor

A Review Editor for six international refereed academic journals discusses the future of paper-based and Web-based journals within the world of academia.

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Enhancing Visual Modes of Knowledge Attainment and Conceptual Understanding: Integrating Concept Maps into eLearning Environments

Enhancing eLearning environments and the supportive enhancement of the learner’s conceptual framework through the integration of metaphors and metaphorical cues.

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University Wide Knowledge, Culture and Change: Learning Outcomes and Instructional Technology Integration

With the dawning of the Information Age, a university wide knowledge and culture can change through shifts enhanced by instructional technology integration and learning outcomes.

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Meaning through the Internet Mirror: Children’s Gender Role Identities, Cultural Modeling and Preconception Realizations

Young learner’s gender role identities directly impact cultural modelling and preconception realizations, and aspects of the Internet are imperative towards the young child’s perceptions.

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eLearning Course Knowledge: The Impact of eLearning Environments Upon Questions of Authorship and Ownership

Electronic learning environments have taken on the dimension of a book integrated within a course structure, yet the eLearning environment is not always regarded equally.

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Semiotics Within the eLearning Environment: Emphasizing Cultural Representations and Learner's Conceptual Framework Development

As online learning environments mature and become a part of mainstream learning opportunities, the focus upon semiotic aspects within the elearning environment is of primary concern.

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Sustaining the Social Component of a Learning Environment within Online Coursework: Designing and Integrating Interactive Activities and Other Valuable Components to Support Learning Objectives

Ensuring social interactions within online learning environments is a significant consideration for anyone focused upon the sustainability and success of the learners.

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Towards Digital Equity within the Learning Environment: Overcoming the Digital Divide through Openly Accessible Internet-Based Tools

There are innumerable openly available interactive tools available through the Internet. However, knowledge of and modeling the integration of these tools into the learning environment are of primary interest.

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Audio and Video Integration into the Learning Environment through Podcasts and Video Blogs: Information and Communication Technologies that Frame our Means of Knowing and Communicating

The learning environment supports and transforms multiliteracies and multimodal communications through the audio and video innovations, such as podcasting and videoblogging, while framing our means of 'knowing' is essential.

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