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  • Rajouria, Sudha (2011-04-22)
    With the increasing use of computer technology and the Internet in educational settings, online resources including electronic journals are quickly gaining grounds as a primary source for references. Such online educational ...
  • Chhetri, Rashmi (2010-04-22)
    Online Course Management Systems (CMS) have become one of the most popular technologies in teaching and learning today. The University of Hawaii has recently adopted an open source CMS and created a customized version for ...
  • Ballao, Kealii (2013-04-18)
    Web-based training is fast replacing face-to-face training because an online training module can be distributed across an entire organization to increase worker skills without requiring individual sessions or costly ...
  • Mallchok, Malia (Department of Educational Technology, Univeristy of Hawaii, 2009-04-29)
    The number of older Americans is rapidly increasing and these individuals have unprecedented opportunities to improve their quality of life. However, one valuable option, the Internet, is passing many seniors by. The ...
  • Ishii, Dana (2014-04)
    Google Apps for Education offers many new technologies that are not only changing the way we teach but also the way we collaborate and plan. Google Calendar in particular can allow for cloud based storage of lesson plans ...
  • St John, Susan Lee (Technology, Colleges, and Community Worldwide Online Conference, 2013-04-16)
    The production of a high school yearbook demands high-level skills, which require time to learn. However, this 10th grade yearbook design course, offered at a private high school on Oahu, has limited face-to-face instruction. ...
  • Halemano, Adam Jr (2014-04-27)
    The direct correlation between cognitive wellness and applied music knowledge has been effectively demonstrated and empirically proven by a wealth of research studies to be a powerful cognitive development tool for people ...
  • Corr, Sasily (2010-05-04)
    Abstract: Polynesian navigation using double-hulled canoes has been practiced for many years throughout the Pacific Ocean. Today, however, this ancient art is lacking and students are becoming less aware of how migration ...
  • Zeleznik, Mari E. (2012-04-23)
  • Ketpura-Ching, Nan (18th Annual Technology, Colleges, and Community Worldwide Online Conference, 2013-04-16)
    New content has primarily been introduced through lectures in content-heavy science courses. Students are often disengaged in this teacher-centered instructional method. Currently, there are few published studies on the ...
  • Owens, Joshua (2010-04-18)
    Abstract: Separated by vast expanses of ocean on sparsely populated islands with limited infrastructure, distance educators in the South Pacific have incredible challenges to overcome. This research summarizes the strengths ...
  • Preising, Jonah (2015-03-19)
    The Students Helping in Naturalization of Elders Project of Honolulu is part of a national service-learning initiative that helps elderly immigrants pass the naturalization examination for United States citizenship. Service ...
  • Walsh, Sean (2014-04-24)
    Hawaii is one of the few states in the United States that utilizes crude oil to produce electricity. This practice has shown harmful emissions that damage the environment and contribute significantly to climate change. ...
  • Croft, David E (Technology, Colleges, and Community Worldwide Online Conference, 2010-04-20)
    This instructional design project examined whether an instructional design module, in the form of a video lesson in DVD format, could be an effective method of delivering consistent, anytime, anywhere instruction for a ...
  • Suwa, Kimberly (2015-03-19)
    Early recognition of possible medical emergencies leads to quick intervention, potentially saving lives. Radiographers (x-ray techs) are often the only healthcare professionals present during an imaging exam and must be ...
  • Tillinghast, Beth (Department of Educational Technology, Univeristy of Hawaii, 2009-04-25)
    ScholarSpace, the institutional repository at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, is still in early stages of development. But two prominent questions need to be addressed during this development. How can faculty members ...
  • Bruck, Robert (TCC Conference, 2010-04-20)
    Abstract. Ecology is an increasingly important component in the marine science field of education. The Islands of Hawaii host a very fragile marine ecosystem that is under constant threat from anthropogenic interaction and ...
  • Maynard, Elizabeth Kumabe (2011-05-04)
    The Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve is recognized worldwide as a model of sustainable resource use that hosts almost a million visitors annually. Educating visitors about the ecological and cultural systems of Hanauma Bay can ...
  • Pemberton, Beth (TCC 2011 Worldwide Online Conference, 2011-04-14)
    Students with a history of course failure usually have attitudes, behavior patterns or barriers that were a factor in course failure. Since these students often find completing coursework challenging, how can a high school ...
  • Huang, Peng-Hsu (2010-04-16)
    Although a computer has become a must have tool for most college students, many college students do not know a simple configuration that could help them to save some money on their utility bills and protect the environment. ...
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