Amy Garbrick
Amy Garbrick
College of IST, Penn State University
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Think-aloud observations to improve online course design: A case example and “how-to” guide
A Gregg, R Reid, T Aldemir, J Gray, M Frederick, A Garbrick
Learner and user experience research, 2020
Asking students what they think: Student user experience (UX) research studies to inform online course design
R Reid, A Gregg, V Williams, A Garbrick
E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare …, 2016
How notifications influence participants in asynchronous discussion forums: A case study
A Garbrick, R Clariana
E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare …, 2015
Factors influencing student engagement in an online asynchronous discussion forum measured by quantity, quality, survey, and social network analysis
AH Garbrick
The influence of email notifications in asynchronous discussion on interaction patterns using social network analysis
A Garbrick, R Clariana
Global Learn, 622-626, 2015
Canvas UX Think Aloud Observations Report
A Gregg, R Reid, A Garbrick, V Williams, T Aldemir
Beyond academic grade dashboard: Integrating performance visualization to increase peer support: a work in-progress paper
N Wang, M Yeh, A Gregg, C Zhu, A Garbrick, K Peck
The effect of computer-supported independent and interdependent collaboration on information sharing
K Kim, R Clariana, A Garbrick
International Society of the Learning Sciences, 2013
Knowledge Convergence in Collaborative Concept Mapping
M Lee, R Clariana, A Garbrick
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The Influence of Email Notifications in Asynchronous Discussion on Interaction Patterns using Social Network Analysis
R Clariana, A Garbrick
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