Internet Learning is a peer-reviewed journal published through partnership between The Policy Studies Organization, American Public University System, and the APUS ePress.
The journal welcomes a multidisciplinary approach and papers on all aspects of the electronic learning revolution and the challenges and dilemmas it presents. Topics may include but are not limited to: innovative learning and teaching practices, instructional design, and the use of technology and multimedia resources. Articles on online pedagogy, as well as examples of "mixed" online and conventional teaching are welcome.
Papers and inquiries may be submitted to Daniel Gutierrez-Sandoval, Executive Director of the PSO, at email@example.com.
Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 2 (2015) Fall 2015
The Future of mLearning Begins with a Baseline Pedagogy
The Tangible and Intangible Benefits of Offering Massive Open Online Courses: Faculty Perspectives
Credence Baker, Fredrick Muyia Nafukho, Karen McCaleb, Melissa Becker, and Michelle Johnson
Gamification Challenges and a Case Study in Online Learning
Darren Wilson, Cynthia Calongne, and S. Brook Henderson
Advanced Faculty Professional Development for Online Course Building: An Action Research Project
Philip Aust, Griselda Thomas, Tamara Powell, Christopher K. Randall, Vanessa Slinger-Friedman, Joe Terantino, and Tiffani Reardon