Volume 22, Number 1, January 2006
- Paul A. Kirschner, Peter Gerjets:
Instructional design for effective and enjoyable computer-supported learning.
- Katharina Scheiter, Peter Gerjets, Richard Catrambone:
Making the abstract concrete: Visualizing mathematical solution procedures.
- Daniel Bodemer, Uwe Faust:
External and mental referencing of multiple representations.
- Tanja Keller, Peter Gerjets, Katharina Scheiter, Bärbel Garsoffky:
Information visualizations for knowledge acquisition: The impact of dimensionality and color coding.
- Richard W. Joiner, Jessica Nethercott, Richard Hull, Josephine Reid:
Designing educational experiences using ubiquitous technology.
- Rolf Schwonke, Sabine Hauser, Matthias Nückles, Alexander Renkl:
Enhancing computer-supported writing of learning protocols by adaptive prompts.
- Liesbeth Kester, Chris Lehnen, Pascal W. M. Van Gerven, Paul A. Kirschner:
Just-in-time, schematic supportive information presentation during cognitive skill acquisition.
- Tobias Bartholomé, Elmar Stahl, Stephanie Pieschl, Rainer Bromme:
What matters in help-seeking? A study of help effectiveness and learner-related factors.
- Shaaron Ainsworth, Piers Fleming:
Evaluating authoring tools for teachers as instructional designers.
- Michael J. Hannafin:
Disciplined inquiry and research in computer-supported learning.
- Pierre Dillenbourg:
The solo/duo gap.
Volume 22, Number 2, March 2006
- Donata Francescato, Rita Porcelli, Minou Ella Mebane, Marcella Cuddetta, Jane E. Klobas, Paolo Renzi:
Evaluation of the efficacy of collaborative learning in face-to-face and computer-supported university contexts.
- Shu-Sheng Liaw, Weng-Cheng Chang, Wu-Hsiung Hung, Hsiu-Mei Huang:
Attitudes toward search engines as a learning assisted tool: approach of Liaw and Huang's research model.
- Hans G. K. Hummel, Fred Paas, E. J. R. Koper:
Timing of cueing in complex problem-solving tasks: Learner versus system control.
- Esra Ceyhan:
Computer anxiety of teacher trainees in the framework of personality variables.
- Hsiang Chen:
Flow on the net-detecting Web users' positive affects and their flow states.
- Monica T. Whitty, Adrian N. Carr:
New rules in the workplace: Applying object-relations theory to explain problem Internet and email behaviour in the workplace.
- Sherry Y. Chen, Jing-Ping Fan, Robert D. Macredie:
Navigation in hypermedia learning systems: experts vs. novices.
- Alessandro Antonietti, Marisa Giorgetti:
Teachers' beliefs about learning from multimedia.
- Richard N. Landers, John W. Lounsbury:
An investigation of Big Five and narrow personality traits in relation to Internet usage.
- Stephan Bera, Min Liu:
Cognitive tools, individual differences, and group processing as mediating factors in a hypermedia environment.
Volume 22, Number 3, May 2006
- Ron J. C. M. Salden, Fred Paas, Jeroen J. G. van Merriënboer:
A comparison of approaches to learning task selection in the training of complex cognitive skills.
- Hsiu-Mei Huang:
Do print and Web surveys provide the same results?
- Jan Noyes, Kate J. Garland:
Explaining students' attitudes toward books and computers.
- Zheng Yan:
Different experiences, different effects: a longitudinal study of learning a computer program in a network environment.
- Rehab M. Duwairi:
A framework for the computerized assessment of university student essays.
- Geraldine Clarebout, Jan Elen:
Tool use in computer-based learning environments: towards a research framework.
- Michael W. Link, Polly P. Armsby, Robert C. Hubal, Curry I. Guinn:
Accessibility and acceptance of responsive virtual human technology as a survey interviewer training tool.
- Daniel J. McFarland, Diane Hamilton:
Adding contextual specificity to the technology acceptance model.
- Clas Linnman, Per Carlbring, Åsa Åhman, Håkan Andersson, Gerhard Andersson:
The Stroop effect on the internet.
- John J. Beckers, Remy M. J. P. Rikers, Henk G. Schmidt:
The influence of computer anxiety on experienced computer users while performing complex computer tasks.
- Ludovic Le Bigot, Eric Jamet, Jean-François Rouet, Virginie Amiel:
Mode and modal transfer effects on performance and discourse organization with an information retrieval dialogue system in natural language.
- Shu-Sheng Liaw, Hsiu-Mei Huang:
Information retrieval from the World Wide Web: a user-focused approach based on individual experience with search engines.
- Mike Z. Yao, Andrew J. Flanagin:
A self-awareness approach to computer-mediated communication.
- Per Carlbring, Gerhard Andersson:
Internet and psychological treatment. How well can they be combined?
Volume 22, Number 4, July 2006
- Claudia Roda, Julie Thomas:
Attention aware systems: Introduction to special issue.
- Claudia Roda, Julie Thomas:
Attention aware systems: Theories, applications, and research agenda.
- Sharon Wood, Richard Cox, Peter Cheng:
Attention design: Eight issues to consider.
- David N. Rapp:
The value of attention aware systems in educational settings.
- Alexander Toet:
Gaze directed displays as an enabling technology for attention aware systems.
- Anne P. Hillstrom, Yu-Chin Chai:
Factors that guide or disrupt attentive visual processing.
- Aulikki Hyrskykari:
Utilizing eye movements: Overcoming inaccuracy while tracking the focus of attention during reading.
- C. Davies, W. Tompkinson, N. Donnelly, L. Gordon, K. Cave:
Visual saliency as an aid to updating digital maps.
- Brian P. Bailey, Joseph A. Konstan:
On the need for attention-aware systems: Measuring effects of interruption on task performance, error rate, and affective state.
- Brian P. Bailey, Piotr D. Adamczyk, Tony Y. Chang, Neil A. Chilson:
A framework for specifying and monitoring user tasks.
- Cristy Ho, Charles Spence:
Verbal interface design: Do verbal directional cues automatically orient visual spatial attention?
- Jan Willem Streefkerk, Myra P. van Esch-Bussemakers, Mark A. Neerincx:
Designing personal attentive user interfaces in the mobile public safety domain.
- Roel Vertegaal, Jeffrey S. Shell, Daniel Chen, Aadil Mamuji:
Designing for augmented attention: Towards a framework for attentive user interfaces.
Volume 22, Number 5, September 2006
- John Eustis Williams, David M. McCord:
Equivalence of standard and computerized versions of the Raven Progressive Matrices Test.
- Egbert G. Harskamp, Cor J. M. Suhre:
Improving mathematical problem solving: A computerized approach.
- Chorng-Shyong Ong, Jung-Yu Lai:
Gender differences in perceptions and relationships among dominants of e-learning acceptance.
- Juan Herrero, Julio Meneses:
Short Web-based versions of the perceived stress (PSS) and Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression (CESD) Scales: a comparison to pencil and paper responses among Internet users.
- Mohiuddin Ahmed, Charles M. Boisvert:
Using computers as visual aids to enhance communication in therapy.
- John Todman, Kenneth Day:
Computer anxiety: the role of psychological gender.
- Paul van Schaik, Jonathan Ling:
The effects of graphical display and screen ratio on information retrieval in web pages.
- Jens Liegle, Thomas Janicki:
The effect of learning styles on the navigation needs of Web-based learners.
- Parvaneh Sharafi, Leif R. Hedman, Henry Montgomery:
Using information technology: engagement modes, flow experience, and personality orientations.
- Matthias Nückles, Alexander Stürz:
The assessment tool: a method to support asynchronous communication between computer experts and laypersons.
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- Katie Bessière, John E. Newhagen, John P. Robinson, Ben Shneiderman:
A model for computer frustration: the role of instrumental and dispositional factors on incident, session, and post-session frustration and mood.
- Pei-Chun Shih, Dolores Muñoz, Flor Sánchez:
The effect of previous experience with information and communication technologies on performance in a Web-based learning program.
- Petra Kozma-Wiebe, Steven M. Silverstein, Akos Fehér, Ilona Kovács, Peter Ulhaas, Sandra M. Wilkniss:
Development of a world-wide web based contour integration test.
- John M. Raven:
Functional organs and computer use within collaborative group projects.
- Adam B. Smith, Galina Velikova, E. Penelope Wright, Pamela Lynch, Peter J. Selby:
Computer-assisted questionnaires may facilitate collection of quality-of-life (QOL) data: At a cost.
- Jeffery D. Wilfong:
Computer anxiety and anger: the impact of computer use, computer experience, and self-efficacy beliefs.
- Hung-Pin Shih:
Assessing the effects of self-efficacy and competence on individual satisfaction with computer use: an IT student perspective.
- Ivar Bråten, Helge I. Strømsø:
Epistemological beliefs, interest, and gender as predictors of Internet-based learning activities.
- Maria Isabel Beas, Marisa Salanova:
Self-efficacy beliefs, computer training and psychological well-being among information and communication technology workers.
- MaryLouise E. Kerwin:
Evaluation of a computer-based instructional package about eating disorders.
- Shih-Ming Li, Teng-Ming Chung:
Internet function and Internet addictive behavior.
- Kimberly M. Christopherson, Jeffrey N. Weatherly:
The effect of visual complexity when playing a slot-machine simulation: the role of computer experience, computer anxiety, and optimism.
- M. J. Brosnan, S. J. Thorpe:
An evaluation of two clinically-derived treatments for technophobia.
- Julie Lemarié, Hélène Eyrolle, Jean-Marie Cellier:
Visual signals in text comprehension: How to restore them when oralizing a text via a speech synthesis?