Volume 50, Number 1, January 2008
- Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Qin Gao, Li-Mei Wu:
Using mobile communication technology in high school education: Motivation, pressure, and learning performance.
- Yu-Hui Tao, Chu-Chen Rosa Yeh:
Typology of teacher perception toward distance education issues - A study of college information department teachers in Taiwan.
- Siu Cheung Kong, Wing Mui Winnie So:
A study of building a resource-based learning environment with the inquiry learning approach: Knowledge of family trees.
- Tzu-Hua Huang, Yuan-Chen Liu, Chia-Ya Shiu:
Construction of an online learning system for decimal numbers through the use of cognitive conflict strategy.
- G. D. Chen, C. K. Chang, C. Y. Wang:
Ubiquitous learning website: Scaffold learners by mobile devices with information-aware techniques.
- Dimitrios Kalles:
Students working for students on programming courses.
- Raija Hamalainen:
Designing and evaluating collaboration in a virtual game environment for vocational learning.
- Ofra Korat, Adina Shamir:
The educational electronic book as a tool for supporting children's emergent literacy in low versus middle SES groups.
- Michael Morgan, Gwyn Brickell, Barry Harper:
Applying distributed cognition theory to the redesign of the 'Copy and Paste' function in order to promote appropriate learning outcomes.
- Jennifer M. Apperson, Eric L. Laws, James A. Scepansky:
An assessment of student preferences for PowerPoint presentation structure in undergraduate courses.
- Maria Virvou, George Katsionis:
On the usability and likeability of virtual reality games for education: The case of VR-ENGAGE.
- J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide, Cristóbal Pareja-Flores, Jaime Urquiza-Fuentes:
An approach to effortless construction of program animations.
- Lucinda Kerawalla, Darren Pearce, Nicola Yuill, Rosemary Luckin, Amanda Harris:
"I'm keeping those there, are you?" The role of a new user interface paradigm - Separate Control of Shared Space (SCOSS) - in the collaborative decision-making process.
- Marijke De Smet, Hilde van Keer, Martin Valcke:
Blending asynchronous discussion groups and peer tutoring in higher education: An exploratory study of online peer tutoring behaviour.
- Youngkyun Baek, Jaeyeob Jung, Bokyeong Kim:
What makes teachers use technology in the classroom? Exploring the factors affecting facilitation of technology with a Korean sample.
- C. K. Chang, G. D. Chen, L. Y. Li:
Constructing a community of practice to improve coursework activity.
- Susan McKenney:
Shaping computer-based support for curriculum developers.
- Djordje Kadijevich, Lenni Haapasalo:
Factors that influence student teacher's interest to achieve educational technology standards.
- Renato Schibeci, David Lake, Rob Phillips, Kate Lowe, Rick Cummings, Erica Miller:
Evaluating the use of learning objects in Australian and New Zealand schools.
- Ivo D. Dinov, Juana Sanchez, Nicolas Christou:
Pedagogical utilization and assessment of the statistic online computational resource in introductory probability and statistics courses.
- Christopher D. Hundhausen, Jonathan Lee Brown:
Designing, visualizing, and discussing algorithms within a CS 1 studio experience: An empirical study.
- Hung-Pin Shih:
Using a cognition-motivation-control view to assess the adoption intention for Web-based learning.
- Euline Schmid Cutrim:
Using a voting system in conjunction with interactive whiteboard technology to enhance learning in the English language classroom.
- Atorn Nuntiyagul, Kanlaya Naruedomkul, Nick Cercone, Damras Wongsawang:
Adaptable learning assistant for item bank management.
- Shivanand Balram, Suzana Dragicevic:
Collaborative spaces for GIS-based multimedia cartography in blended environments.
- Thomas P. Mackey, Jinwon Ho:
Exploring the relationships between Web usability and students' perceived learning in Web-based multimedia (WBMM) tutorials.
- Sean Neill:
Assessment of the NEOTHEMI virtual museum project - An on-line survey.
- Flora F. Tien, Tsu-Tan Fu:
The correlates of the digital divide and their impact on college student learning.
- Behçet Oral:
The evaluation of the student teachers' attitudes toward Internet and democracy.
Volume 50, Number 2, February 2008 DEVELOPMENT, DISRUPTION & DEBATE. Selected Contributions from the CAL 07 Conference
- Jean Underwood, Brendan Tangney:
- Rosemary Luckin:
The learner centric ecology of resources: A framework for using technology to scaffold learning.
- Kevin Marshall, John Anderson:
The Emperor's new clothes A meta-study of education technology policies in Ireland, North and South (1996-2006).
- Françoise Blin, Morag Munro:
Why hasn't technology disrupted academics' teaching practices Understanding resistance to change through the lens of activity theory.
- Chris Evans:
The effectiveness of m-learning in the form of podcast revision lectures in higher education.
- J. C. Aczel, S. R. Peake, P. Hardy:
Designing capacity-building in e-learning expertise: Challenges and strategies.
- Grainne Conole, Maarten De Laat, Teresa Dillon, Jonathan Darby:
'Disruptive technologies', 'pedagogical innovation': What's new Findings from an in-depth study of students' use and perception of technology.
- Simon B. Heilesen, Jens Josephsen:
E-learning: Between augmentation and disruption.
- Joshua Underwood, Hilary Smith, Rosemary Luckin, Geraldine Fitzpatrick:
E-Science in the classroom - Towards viability.
- Luke Raeside, Bart Busschots, Shelagh Waddington, John G. Keating:
An online image analysis tool for science education.
- Judy Robertson, Cathrin Howells:
Computer game design: Opportunities for successful learning.
- Niall Winters, Yishay Mor:
IDR: A participatory methodology for interdisciplinary design in technology enhanced learning.
- Stephen T. Bond, Caroline Ingram, Steve Ryan:
Reuse, repurposing and learning design - Lessons from the DART project.
- Peter Thomas, Elaine Martin:
Using a phenomenographic approach in evaluating hypermedia stories.
Volume 50, Number 3, April 2008
- Chen-Chung Liu, Chin-Chung Tsai:
An analysis of peer interaction patterns as discoursed by on-line small group problem-solving activity.
- Julia E. Stephenson, Clifford Brown, Darren K. Griffin:
Electronic delivery of lectures in the university environment: An empirical comparison of three delivery styles.
- M. F. Salinas:
From Dewey to Gates: A model to integrate psychoeducational principles in the selection and use of instructional technology.
- Pei-Chen Sun, Hsing Kenny Cheng, Tung-Ching Lin, Feng-Sheng Wang:
A design to promote group learning in e-learning: Experiences from the field.
- Gaowei Chen, Ming Ming Chiu:
Online discussion processes: Effects of earlier messages' evaluations, knowledge content, social cues and personal information on later messages.
- Herng-Yow Chen, Kuo-Yu Liu:
Web-based synchronized multimedia lecture system design for teaching/learning Chinese as second language.
- B. P. Woodfine, Miguel Baptista Nunes, D. J. Wright:
Text-based synchronous e-learning and dyslexia: Not necessarily the perfect match!
- Avner Caspi, Eran Chajut, Kelly Saporta:
Participation in class and in online discussions: Gender differences.
- Teck Shuenn Tan, Wing Sum Cheung:
Effects of computer collaborative group work on peer acceptance of a junior pupil with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
- Fu-ren Lin, Sheng-cheng Lin, Tzu-ping Huang:
Knowledge sharing and creation in a teachers' professional virtual community.
- Allison Littlejohn, Isobel Falconer, Lou McGill:
Characterising effective eLearning resources.
- Samuel Morán, Ramón Rubio, Ramón Gallego, Javier Suárez, Santiago Martín:
Proposal of interactive applications to enhance student's spatial perception.
- Jia-Rong Wen, Wen-Ling Shih:
Exploring the information literacy competence standards for elementary and high school teachers.
- Eleni E. Mangina, John Kilbride:
Evaluation of keyphrase extraction algorithm and tiling process for a document/resource recommender within e-learning environments.
- Andrew Trotman, Chris Handley:
Programming contest strategy.
- Erik M. van Raaij, Jeroen J. L. Schepers:
The acceptance and use of a virtual learning environment in China.
- Syh-Jong Jang:
The effects of integrating technology, observation and writing into a teacher education method course.
- Lior Davidovitch, Avi Parush, Avy Shtub:
Simulation-based learning: The learning-forgetting-relearning process and impact of learning history.
- Daniel Churchill, John Hedberg:
Learning object design considerations for small-screen handheld devices.
- Daniel Y. Shee, Yi-Shun Wang:
Multi-criteria evaluation of the web-based e-learning system: A methodology based on learner satisfaction and its applications.
- Carrie B. Fried:
In-class laptop use and its effects on student learning.
- Chi Chung Ko, Chang Dong Cheng:
Flexible and secure computer-based assessment using a single zip disk.
- José J. Pazos Arias, Martín López Nores, Jorge García Duque, Rebeca P. Díaz Redondo, Yolanda Blanco-Fernández, Manuel Ramos Cabrer, Alberto Gil-Solla, Ana Fernández Vilas:
Provision of distance learning services over Interactive Digital TV with MHP.
- Shu-Sheng Liaw, Gwo-Dong Chen, Hsiu-Mei Huang:
Users' attitudes toward Web-based collaborative learning systems for knowledge management.
- Ruth Cobos, Manoli Pifarré:
Collaborative knowledge construction in the web supported by the KnowCat system.
- Paula Kotzé, Karen Renaud, Judy van Biljon:
Don't do this - Pitfalls in using anti-patterns in teaching human-computer interaction principles.
- Nian-Shing Chen, Kinshuk, Chun-Wang Wei, Hong-Jhe Chen:
Mining e-Learning domain concept map from academic articles.
- Margarita Vinagre:
Politeness strategies in collaborative e-mail exchanges.
- Yao-Ting Sung, Kuo-En Chang, Meng-Da Lee:
Designing multimedia games for young children's taxonomic concept development.
- Karyn M. Plumm:
Technology in the classroom: Burning the bridges to the gaps in gender-biased education?
- Jeffrey Greene, Daniel C. Moos, Roger Azevedo, Fielding I. Winters:
Exploring differences between gifted and grade-level students' use of self-regulatory learning processes with hypermedia.
- Fotini Paraskeva, Hara Bouta, Aikaterini Papagianni:
Individual characteristics and computer self-efficacy in secondary education teachers to integrate technology in educational practice.
- Yu-Wei Lin, Enrico Zini:
Free/libre open source software implementation in schools: Evidence from the field and implications for the future.
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- Daniel D. Suthers, Ravi K. Vatrapu, Richard Medina, Samuel R. H. Joseph, Nathan Dwyer:
Beyond threaded discussion: Representational guidance in asynchronous collaborative learning environments.
- Ives Solano Araujo, Eliane Angela Veit, Marco Antonio Moreira:
Physics students' performance using computational modelling activities to improve kinematics graphs interpretation.
- Karel Hurts:
Building cognitive support for the learning of long division skills using progressive schematization: Design and empirical validation.
- Bruce L. Mann:
The evolution of multimedia sound.
- Cheryl Ramos, Errol Yudko:
"Hits" (not "Discussion Posts") predict student success in online courses: A double cross-validation study.
- Pei-Chen Sun, Ray J. Tsai, Glenn Finger, Yueh-Yang Chen, Dowming Yeh:
What drives a successful e-Learning? An empirical investigation of the critical factors influencing learner satisfaction.
- Michael Blumenstein, Steve Green, Shoshana Fogelman, Ann Nguyen, Vallipuram Muthukkumarasamy:
Performance analysis of GAME: A generic automated marking environment.
- Errol Yudko, Randy Hirokawa, Robert Chi:
Attitudes, beliefs, and attendance in a hybrid course.
- Joshua E. Susskind:
Limits of PowerPoint's Power: Enhancing students' self-efficacy and attitudes but not their behavior.
- Ming-Che Lee, Kun Hua Tsai, Tzone I. Wang:
A practical ontology query expansion algorithm for semantic-aware learning objects retrieval.
- Mark John Taylor, David C. Pountney, M. Baskett:
Using animation to support the teaching of computer game development techniques.
- Robin H. Kay:
Exploring the relationship between emotions and the acquisition of computer knowledge.
- Fang-Ying Yang, Chin-Chung Tsai:
Investigating university student preferences and beliefs about learning in the web-based context.
- Neil Anderson, Colin Lankshear, Carolyn Timms, Lyn Courtney:
'Because it's boring, irrelevant and I don't like computers': Why high school girls avoid professionally-oriented ICT subjects.
- Evangelos Triantafillou, Elissavet Georgiadou, Anastasios A. Economides:
The design and evaluation of a computerized adaptive test on mobile devices.
- Ivan Milentijevic, Vladimir Ciric, Oliver Vojinovic:
Version control in project-based learning.
- Teresa Monahan, Gavin McArdle, Michela Bertolotto:
Virtual reality for collaborative e-learning.
- Brent Kilbourn, Isabel Álvarez:
Root-metaphors for understanding: A framework for teachers and teacher educators of information and communication technologies.
- Flavia Rezende, Susana de Souza Barros:
Students' navigation patterns in the interaction with a mechanics hypermedia program.
- John Wall, Vian Ahmed:
Use of a simulation game in delivering blended lifelong learning in the construction industry - Opportunities and Challenges.
- Dong Dong Li, Cher Ping Lim:
Scaffolding online historical inquiry tasks: A case study of two secondary school classrooms.
- Koun-Tem Sun, Yuan-cheng Lin, Chia-jui Yu:
A study on learning effect among different learning styles in a Web-based lab of science for elementary school students.
- Ya-Ching Lee:
The role of perceived resources in online learning adoption.
- Daniel Churchill, Natalia Churchill:
Educational affordances of PDAs: A study of a teacher's exploration of this technology.
- Omur Akdemir, Tiffany A. Koszalka:
Investigating the relationships among instructional strategies and learning styles in online environments.
- Vicki Roth, Volodymyr Ivanchenko, Nicholas Record:
Evaluating student response to WeBWorK, a web-based homework delivery and grading system.
- Piret Luik, Jaan Mikk:
What is important in electronic textbooks for students of different achievement levels?
- Yu-Hui Tao:
Typology of college student perception on institutional e-learning issues - An extension study of a teacher's typology in Taiwan.
- Victoria Crisp, Christine Ward:
The development of a formative scenario-based computer assisted assessment tool in psychology for teachers: The PePCAA project.
- Panagiotes S. Anastasiades, Elena Vitalaki, Nikos Gertzakis:
Collaborative learning activities at a distance via interactive videoconferencing in elementary schools: Parents' attitudes.
- Nicolas Michinov, Estelle Michinov:
Face-to-face contact at the midpoint of an online collaboration: Its impact on the patterns of participation, interaction, affect, and behavior over time.
- Jörg Wittwer, Martin Senkbeil:
Is students' computer use at home related to their mathematical performance at school?
- Ya-Ting C. Yang, Timothy J. Newby, Robert Bill:
Facilitating interactions through structured web-based bulletin boards: A quasi-experimental study on promoting learners' critical thinking skills.