Volume 54, Number 1, January 2010
- Shelly Heller, Chin-Chung Tsai, Jean Underwood:
Computers & Education: Looking back and looking forward.
- Georgia Lazakidou, Symeon Retalis:
Using computer supported collaborative learning strategies for helping students acquire self-regulated problem-solving skills in mathematics.
- Chee-Kit Looi, Wenli Chen, Foo-Keong Ng:
Collaborative activities enabled by GroupScribbles (GS): An exploratory study of learning effectiveness.
- Pei-Hsuan Hsieh:
Globally-perceived experiences of online instructors: A preliminary exploration.
- Manuel J. Sánchez-Franco:
WebCT - The quasimoderating effect of perceived affective quality on an extending Technology Acceptance Model.
- Yueh-Min Huang, Yen-Ting Lin, Shu-Chen Cheng:
Effectiveness of a Mobile Plant Learning System in a science curriculum in Taiwanese elementary education.
- Bibi Eshrat Zamani:
Successful implementation factors for using computers in Iranian schools during one decade (1995-2005).
- Maria Kordaki:
A drawing and multi-representational computer environment for beginners' learning of programming using C: Design and pilot formative evaluation.
- Victor Gonzalez-Barbone, Luis E. Anido-Rifón:
From SCORM to Common Cartridge: A step forward.
- Guoyuan Sang, Martin Valcke, Johan van Braak, Jo Tondeur:
Student teachers' thinking processes and ICT integration: Predictors of prospective teaching behaviors with educational technology.
- Lorrae Ward, Judy M. Parr:
Revisiting and reframing use: Implications for the integration of ICT.
- Hanoch Hauptman:
Enhancement of spatial thinking with Virtual Spaces 1.0.
- Gina Conti-Ramsden, Kevin Durkin, Allan J. Walker:
Computer anxiety: A comparison of adolescents with and without a history of specific language impairment (SLI).
- Yee Leng Eow, Wan Zah bte Wan Ali, Rosnaini bt. Mahmud, Roselan Baki:
Computer games development and appreciative learning approach in enhancing students' creative perception.
- Chin-Sheng Wan, Wen-Bin Chiou:
Inducing attitude change toward online gaming among adolescent players based on dissonance theory: The role of threats and justification of effort.
- Eduardo Hamuy, Mirtha Galaz:
Information versus Communication in Course Management System participation.
- Brigid Barron, Sarah E. Walter, Caitlin Kennedy Martin, Colin Schatz:
Predictors of creative computing participation and profiles of experience in two Silicon Valley middle schools.
- Clare Wood, Claire Pillinger, Emma Jackson:
Understanding the nature and impact of young readers' literacy interactions with talking books and during adult reading support.
- Arjette Karemaker, Nicola J. Pitchford, Claire O'Malley:
Enhanced recognition of written words and enjoyment of reading in struggling beginner readers through whole-word multimedia software.
- Heng-Li Yang, Hsiu-Hua Cheng:
Creativity of student information system projects: From the perspective of network embeddedness.
- Manuela Paechter, Brigitte Maier, Daniel Macher:
Students' expectations of, and experiences in e-learning: Their relation to learning achievements and course satisfaction.
- Jeffrey Alan Greene, Cheryl Mason Bolick, Jane Robertson:
Fostering historical knowledge and thinking skills using hypermedia learning environments: The role of self-regulated learning.
- Hsin-Te Yeh, Yi-Chia Cheng:
The influence of the instruction of visual design principles on improving pre-service teachers' visual literacy.
- Ruey-Shiang Shaw:
A study of learning performance of e-learning materials design with knowledge maps.
- Manuela Tomai, Veronica Rosa, Minou Ella Mebane, Alessia D'Acunti, Maura Benedetti, Donata Francescato:
Virtual communities in schools as tools to promote social capital with high schools students.
- Wilfred W. F. Lau, Allan H. K. Yuen:
Promoting conceptual change of learning sorting algorithm through the diagnosis of mental models: The effects of gender and learning styles.
- Hui-Chun Chu, Gwo-Jen Hwang, Chin-Chung Tsai:
A knowledge engineering approach to developing mindtools for context-aware ubiquitous learning.
- Marina Papastergiou:
Enhancing Physical Education and Sport Science students' self-efficacy and attitudes regarding Information and Communication Technologies through a computer literacy course.
- Fu-ren Lin, Sheng-cheng Lin, Tzu-ping Huang:
Corrigendum to "Knowledge sharing and creation in a teachers' professional virtual community" [Computers & Education 50 (2008) 742-756].
Volume 54, Number 2, February 2010
- Tomas Lindroth, Magnus Bergquist:
Laptopers in an educational practice: Promoting the personal learning situation.
- Panagiotes S. Anastasiades, George Filippousis, Labros Karvunis, Spiros Siakas, Arsitokritos Tomazinakis, Panagiota Giza, Hellen Mastoraki:
Interactive Videoconferencing for collaborative learning at a distance in the school of 21st century: A case study in elementary schools in Greece.
- Laurie P. Dringus, Timothy Ellis:
Temporal transitions in participation flow in an asynchronous discussion forum.
- Roisin Donnelly:
Harmonizing technology with interaction in blended problem-based learning.
- Janet Mannheimer Zydney:
The effect of multiple scaffolding tools on students' understanding, consideration of different perspectives, and misconceptions of a complex problem.
- Stephen M. Walls, John V. Kucsera, Joshua D. Walker, Taylor W. Acee, Nate K. McVaugh, Daniel H. Robinson:
Podcasting in education: Are students as ready and eager as we think they are?
- Bruce Torff, Rose Tirotta:
Interactive whiteboards produce small gains in elementary students' self-reported motivation in mathematics.
- Jesús García Laborda, Teresa Magal Royo, Jose Macario de Siqueira Rocha, Miguel Fernández Álvarez:
Ergonomics factors in English as a foreign language testing: The case of PLEVALEX.
- Kate Thompson, Peter Reimann:
Patterns of use of an agent-based model and a system dynamics model: The application of patterns of use and the impacts on learning outcomes.
- Gwo-Jen Hwang, Fan-Ray Kuo, Peng-Yeng Yin, Kuo-Hsien Chuang:
A Heuristic Algorithm for planning personalized learning paths for context-aware ubiquitous learning.
- Ariel Monteserin, Silvia N. Schiaffino, Analía Amandi:
Assisting students with argumentation plans when solving problems in CSCL.
- Chiung-Hui Chiu, Hsieh-Fen Hsiao:
Group differences in computer supported collaborative learning: Evidence from patterns of Taiwanese students' online communication.
- Pei-Lin Liu, Chiu-Jung Chen, Yu-Ju Chang:
Effects of a computer-assisted concept mapping learning strategy on EFL college students' English reading comprehension.
- Shu-Sheng Liaw, Marek Hatala, Hsiu-Mei Huang:
Investigating acceptance toward mobile learning to assist individual knowledge management: Based on activity theory approach.
- Errikos Ventouras, Dimos Triantis, Panagiotis Tsiakas, Charalampos Stergiopoulos:
Comparison of examination methods based on multiple-choice questions and constructed-response questions using personal computers.
- Matt Bower, John G. Hedberg:
A quantitative multimodal discourse analysis of teaching and learning in a web-conferencing environment - The efficacy of student-centred learning designs.
- Hyo-Jeong So, Lay Hoon Seah, Hwee Leng Toh-Heng:
Designing collaborative knowledge building environments accessible to all learners: Impacts and design challenges.
- Arkaitz Lareki, Juan Ignacio Martínez de Morentin, Nere Amenabar:
Towards an efficient training of university faculty on ICTs.
- Fotini Paraskeva, Sofia Mysirlaki, Aikaterini Papagianni:
Multiplayer online games as educational tools: Facing new challenges in learning.
- Ming-Chi Lee:
Explaining and predicting users' continuance intention toward e-learning: An extension of the expectation-confirmation model.
- Julie McLeod, Lin Lin:
A child's power in game-play.
- Marco Aurélio Gerosa, Denise Filippo, Mariano Gomes Pimentel, Hugo Fuks, Carlos José Pereira de Lucena:
Is the unfolding of the group discussion off-pattern? Improving coordination support in educational forums using mobile devices.
- Kevin A. Naudé, Jéan H. Greyling, Dieter Vogts:
Marking student programs using graph similarity.
- Eladio Gutiérrez, María A. Trenas, Julián Ramos, Francisco Corbera, Sergio Romero:
A new Moodle module supporting automatic verification of VHDL-based assignments.
- Milagros Sáinz, Mercedes López-Sáez:
Gender differences in computer attitudes and the choice of technology-related occupations in a sample of secondary students in Spain.
- Leah Macfadyen, Shane Dawson:
Mining LMS data to develop an "early warning system" for educators: A proof of concept.
- I-Fan Liu, Meng Chang Chen, Yeali S. Sun, David Wible, Chin-Hwa Kuo:
Extending the TAM model to explore the factors that affect Intention to Use an Online Learning Community.
Volume 54, Number 3, April 2010
- Avril Loveless, Jean Underwood:
Learning in digital worlds: A view from CAL09.
- Rupert Wegerif, Bruce M. McLaren, Marian Chamrada, Oliver Scheuer, Nasser Mansour, Jan Miksatko, Mriga Williams:
Exploring creative thinking in graphically mediated synchronous dialogues.
- Andrew Manches, Claire O'Malley, Steve Benford:
The role of physical representations in solving number problems: A comparison of young children's use of physical and virtual materials.
- Manolis Mavrikis, Sergio Gutiérrez Santos:
Not all wizards are from Oz: Iterative design of intelligent learning environments by communication capacity tapering.
- Gwendolyn L. Kolfschoten, Stephan Lukosch, Alexander Verbraeck, Edwin Valentin, Gert-Jan de Vreede:
Cognitive learning efficiency through the use of design patterns in teaching.
- Tom Boyle:
Layered learning design: Towards an integration of learning design and learning object perspectives.
- Jocelyn Wishart, Pat Triggs:
MuseumScouts: Exploring how schools, museums and interactive technologies can work together to support learning.
- Gráinne Conole, Juliette Culver:
The design of Cloudworks: Applying social networking practice to foster the exchange of learning and teaching ideas and designs.
- Debbie Holley, Martin Oliver:
Student engagement and blended learning: Portraits of risk.
- Sarah Chesney, Caroline Marcangelo:
'There was a lot of learning going on' Using a digital medium to support learning in a professional course for new HE lecturers.
- Magdalena Jara, Harvey Mellar:
Quality enhancement for e-learning courses: The role of student feedback.
- Norbert Pachler, Caroline Daly, Yishay Mor, Harvey Mellar:
Formative e-assessment: Practitioner cases.
- Christopher R. Jones, Ruslan Ramanau, Simon Cross, Graham Healing:
Net generation or Digital Natives: Is there a distinct new generation entering university?
- Meyrick Chow, Lawrence Chan:
Development and evaluation of a compartmental picture archiving and communications system model for integration and visualization of multidisciplinary biomedical data to facilitate student learning in an integrative health clinic.
- Brian Marsh, Nick Mitchell, Peter Adamczyk:
Interactive video technology: Enhancing professional learning in initial teacher education.
- Cathy Lewin, Rosemary Luckin:
Technology to support parental engagement in elementary education: Lessons learned from the UK.
- Gary Beauchamp, Steve Kennewell:
Interactivity in the classroom and its impact on learning.
- Carol Robinson, Judy Sebba:
Personalising learning through the use of technology.
- Norah Jones, Haydn Blackey, Karen Fitzgibbon, Esyin Chew:
Get out of MySpace!
- Keith Turvey:
Pedagogical-research designs to capture the symbiotic nature of professional knowledge and learning about e-learning in initial teacher education in the UK.
- David Kurt Herold:
Mediating Media Studies - Stimulating critical awareness in a virtual environment.
- Kathy Robinson:
Students' appraisal of emotional and relational experience whilst collaborating online using text based communication.
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- Seiji Isotani, Riichiro Mizoguchi, Akiko Inaba, Mitsuru Ikeda:
The foundations of a theory-aware authoring tool for CSCL design.
- Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Juan I. Asensio-Pérez, Eduardo Gómez-Sánchez, Yannis A. Dimitriadis, Iván M. Jorrín-Abellán:
Semantic search of tools for collaborative learning with the Ontoolsearch system.
- Aukje Thomassen, Oguzhan Özcan:
Standardizing interaction design education.
- Juan A. Méndez, Evelio J. González:
A reactive blended learning proposal for an introductory control engineering course.
- André Pimenta Freire, Flávia Linhalis, Sandro L. Bianchini, Renata Pontin de Mattos Fortes, Maria da Graça Campos Pimentel:
Revealing the whiteboard to blind students: An inclusive approach to provide mediation in synchronous e-learning activities.
- Hsiu-Fen Lin:
An application of fuzzy AHP for evaluating course website quality.
- Ping-Feng Pai, Yi-Jia Lyu, Yu-Min Wang:
Analyzing academic achievement of junior high school students by an improved rough set model.
- Omar S. López:
The Digital Learning Classroom: Improving English Language Learners' academic success in mathematics and reading using interactive whiteboard technology.
- Yao-Hsien Chen, Ching-Hsue Cheng, Jing-Wei Liu:
Intelligent preference selection model based on NRE for evaluating student learning achievement.
- Laura L. Bowman, Laura E. Levine, Bradley M. Waite, Michael Gendron:
Can students really multitask? An experimental study of instant messaging while reading.
- Danny Kostons, Tamara van Gog, Fred Paas:
Self-assessment and task selection in learner-controlled instruction: Differences between effective and ineffective learners.
- Ioanna Vekiri:
Socioeconomic differences in elementary students' ICT beliefs and out-of-school experiences.
- Vanessa L. Peters, Jim Hewitt:
An investigation of student practices in asynchronous computer conferencing courses.
- Bob Lawlor, Roisin Donnelly:
Using podcasts to support communication skills development: A case study for content format preferences among postgraduate research students.
- Hai-Ning Liang, Kamran Sedig:
Can interactive visualization tools engage and support pre-university students in exploring non-trivial mathematical concepts?
- M. B. Wieling, W. H. A. Hofman:
The impact of online video lecture recordings and automated feedback on student performance.
- Alvaro Ortigosa, Pedro Paredes, Pilar Rodríguez:
AH-questionnaire: An adaptive hierarchical questionnaire for learning styles.
- J. L. Cortizo, E. Rodríguez, R. Vijande, J. M. Sierra, A. Noriega:
Blended learning applied to the study of Mechanical Couplings in engineering.
- Alexandra Petrakou:
Interacting through avatars: Virtual worlds as a context for online education.
- Ling-Hsiu Chen:
Web-based learning programs: Use by learners with various cognitive styles.
- John Hamilton, Singwhat Tee:
Smart utilization of tertiary instructional modes.
- Markus Ruchter, Bernhard Klar, Werner Geiger:
Comparing the effects of mobile computers and traditional approaches in environmental education.
- Yufang Cheng, Jun Ye:
Exploring the social competence of students with autism spectrum conditions in a collaborative virtual learning environment - The pilot study.
- Kathy Cabe Trundle, Randy L. Bell:
The use of a computer simulation to promote conceptual change: A quasi-experimental study.
- Yu-Fang Yeh, Mei-Chi Chen, Pi-Hsia Hung, Gwo-Jen Hwang:
Optimal self-explanation prompt design in dynamic multi-representational learning environments.
- Murat Iskender, Ahmet Akin:
Social self-efficacy, academic locus of control, and internet addiction.
- Jane Seale, Martyn Cooper:
E-learning and accessibility: An exploration of the potential role of generic pedagogical tools.
- Michelle Lasen:
Education and career pathways in Information Communication Technology: What are schoolgirls saying?
- Nazir Hawi:
Causal attributions of success and failure made by undergraduate students in an introductory-level computer programming course.
- Chia-Wen Tsai:
Do students need teacher's initiation in online collaborative learning?
- Jeroen Bourgonjon, Martin Valcke, Ronald Soetaert, Tammy Schellens:
Students' perceptions about the use of video games in the classroom.
- Tzu-Hua Wang:
Web-based dynamic assessment: Taking assessment as teaching and learning strategy for improving students' e-Learning effectiveness.
- Marijke De Smet, Hilde van Keer, Bram de Wever, Martin Valcke:
Cross-age peer tutors in asynchronous discussion groups: Exploring the impact of three types of tutor training on patterns in tutor support and on tutor characteristics.
- Meng-Jung Tsai, Chin-Chung Tsai:
Junior high school students' Internet usage and self-efficacy: A re-examination of the gender gap.
- Alice Y. M. Jones, Elizabeth Dean, Christina Hui-Chan:
Comparison of teaching and learning outcomes between video-linked, web-based, and classroom tutorials: An innovative international study of profession education in physical therapy.
- Jenny Waycott, Sue Bennett, Gregor E. Kennedy, Barney Dalgarno, Kathleen Gray:
Digital divides? Student and staff perceptions of information and communication technologies.
- Per-Olof Erixon:
School subject paradigms and teaching practice in lower secondary Swedish schools influenced by ICT and media.
- Pu-Shih Daniel Chen, Amber D. Lambert, Kevin R. Guidry:
Engaging online learners: The impact of Web-based learning technology on college student engagement.
- Rita Cadima, Carlos Ferreira, Josep Maria Monguet, Jordi Ojeda, Joaquín Fernández:
Promoting social network awareness: A social network monitoring system.
- Louise Nielsen, Claire Heffernan, Yibo Lin, Jun Yu:
The Daktari: An interactive, multi-media tool for knowledge transfer among poor livestock keepers in Kenya.
- Daniel S. J. Costa, Barbara A. Mullan, Emily J. Kothe, Phyllis Butow:
A web-based formative assessment tool for Masters students: A pilot study.