International Journal of Designs for Learning (IJDL), volume 10, #1

Volume 10, Issue 1 of the International Journal of Designs for Learning (IJDL), with a special section which focuses on High Stakes Online Learning, is published.

Below you can find a list of the articles from this issue. Please forward this announcement on to those you feel would be interested. We look forward to your contributions and continued support of this exciting venue for scholarly research in designs for learning!

IJDL Editorial Staff and Special Section Guest Editor:

Tonia A. Dousay, Special Section Guest Editor
Elizabeth Boling, Editor-in-Chief
John Baaki, Assistant Editor
Colin Gray, Board Member & Editorial Assistant
Ahmed Lachheb, Editorial Assistant


*IJDL Vol 10, No 1 (2010)*:

*Designing Competitive Discussions for Equity and Inclusion*
Craig D. Howard & Anupam Das

*ERAS: An Experiential Role-Playing Aging Simulation*
Enilda Romero-Hall, Renee Patrick, & Gül Şahin

*A Design Case for Implementing a Collaborative Strategy for Online Teams*
Funda Ergulec & Janet Mannheimer Zydney

*Integrating Classroom Video Cases into a Teaching Methods Course: A Two-Year Journey of Curriculum Redesign*
Sungwon Shin, Thomas A. Brush, John W. Saye, & Zhizhen Zhang

*Enhancing Motivation to Learn in a Biology Laboratory Course Through Gaming: A Design Case*
David C. Owens, Cindi Smith-Walters, & Angela T. Barlow

*Designing A Revision Tool to Distinguish Surface-Level and Text-Based Writing Feedback*
Kalianne L. Neumann & Theodore J. Kopcha

*A Short Teaching Residency Spanning 1,657 Miles*
Michèle Shuster & Karen Peterson

*Designing for Informal Learning: The Case of a Mobile E-Reader*
Jason K. McDonald

*Designing and Developing an Online Self-Regulated Learning Course*
Mariah Krauel-Nix, Norman W. Evans, Grant Eckstein, & Benjamin L. McMurry

*The Human Microbiome World: Using Minecraft to Enhance Microbiology Learning*
Chris Vicari, Barry Joseph, Brittany Klimowicz, Hannah Jaris, Shane Asseltine, & Joel Levin

*Implementing Individualized Learning in a Legacy Learning Management System: A Feasibility Prototype for an Online Statistics Course*
Earnest Morrow & Dabae Lee

*Introduction to the Special Section on High Stakes Online Learning Design Cases *
Tonia A. Dousay


*Preparing Teacher Candidates to Successfully Complete A High-Stakes Licensure Assessment*
Drew Polly & Erik J. Byker

*Welcome to Normalton: Leveraging Effective E-Learning Principles for Adult Learners*
Robert L. Moore

*Design and Implementation of the Sex and Gender Specific Health Multimedia Case-Based Learning Module*
Jongpil Cheon, Sungwon Shin, & Steven M. Crooks


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