Abstract: This study explored the use of a web-based tool, VoiceThread, as it relates to enhancing active learning and learner engagement in two online business courses. VoiceThread was integrated into various learner-centered activities supporting learner-learner, learner-content and learner-instructor interactions as part of an online course improvement process. As a result, using VoiceThread in two asynchronous courses created an online learning community, and promoted active learning and learner engagement in both courses.
Keywords: Active learning, asynchronous teaching, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), learner engagement, VoiceThread
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Recommended Citation: Dalat-Ward, Y., Ward, J., Lester, L. Y., Tao, M. (2019). A Preliminary Study: The Use of VoiceThread in Online Business Courses. Information Systems Education Journal, 17(3) pp 29-40. http://isedj.org/2019-17/ ISSN: 1545-679X. (A preliminary version appears in The Proceedings of EDSIGCON 2018)