Volume 18, Number 1, March 2002
- Editorial: the impact of ICT on learning.
- Yaacov J. Katz:
Attitudes affecting college students' preferences for distance learning.
- P. A. Howard-Jones, R. J. Martin:
The effect of questioning on concept learning within a hypertext system.
- David Tzuriel, Adina Shamir:
The effects of mediation in computer assisted dynamic assessment.
- Bracha Kramarski, R. Ritkof:
The effects of metacognition and email interactions on learning graphing.
- Neil Selwyn, N. Marriott, P. Marriott:
Home computers & university ICT use.
- Dimitri Popolov, Michael Callaghan, Paul Luker:
Tying models of learning to design of collaborative learning software tools.
- Djordje Kadijevich:
An Internet-based collaborative environment for the learning of mathematics.
- Phillip A. Towndrow:
- E. J. Morris, Richard W. Joiner:
Guest Editorial: Context, collaboration, computers and learning.
- N. Hammond, C. Bennett:
Discipline differences in role and use of ICT to support group-based learning.
- Charles K. Crook:
Deferring to resources: collaborations around traditional vs computer-based notes.
- Kim Issroff, Eileen Scanlon:
Using technology in Higher Education: an Activity Theory perspective.
- D. Mwanza:
Conceptualising work activity for CAL systems design.
- Andrew Ravenscroft, Mark P. Matheson:
Developing and evaluating dialogue games for collaborative e-learning.
- E. Vass:
Friendship and collaborative creative writing in the primary classroom.
Volume 18, Number 2, June 2002
- Editorial: resources for research & learning.
- C. Dowling:
Regional Report: Australia.
- E. J. Morris, Richard W. Joiner, Eileen Scanlon:
The contribution of computer-based activities to understanding statistics.
- Lesley A. Gardner, Don Sheridan, David White:
A web-based learning and assessment system to support flexible education.
- S.-S. Liaw:
Understanding user perceptions of World-wide web environments.
- K. S. Song, W. Y. Lee:
A virtual reality application for geometry classes.
- C.-C. Tsai, C. Chou:
Diagnosing students' alternative conceptions in science.
- A. H. Littlejohn:
Improving continuing professional development in the use of ICT.
- W. T. Sung, S. C. Ou:
Web-based learning in the computer-aided design curriculum.
- Dentcho N. Batanov, Nicholas Dimmitt, W. Chookittikul:
Developing an educational software framework for distance-less learning.
- Martin Oliver, J. MacBean, Grainne Conole, Jen Harvey:
Using a toolkit to support the evaluation of learning.
- S. S. C. Young, Tak-Wai Chan, C. B. Lin:
A preliminary evaluation of a web-mediated 'School for All'.
- T. de Jong, A. van der Hulst:
The effects of graphical overviews on knowledge acquisition in hypertext.
- W.-Y. Hwang, C.-C. Li:
What the user log shows based on learning time distribution.
- P. Hakkinen:
Internet-based learning environments for project-enhanced science learning.
- S. Hansen:
Excessive Internet usage or 'Internet Addiction'? The implications of diagnostic categories for student users.
- Andrew Ravenscroft:
The Changing Face of Learning Technology.
- Valerie Rhodes:
Using ICT in Primary Mathematics: Practice and Possibilities.
Volume 18, Number 3, September 2002
- Vivien E. Hodgson:
The European Union and e-learning: an examination of rhetoric, theory and practice.
- Maria Moundridou, Maria Virvou:
Evaluating the persona effect of an interface agent in a tutoring system.
- C. H. Chiu:
The effects of collaborative teamwork on secondary science.
- S.-C. Yang, N.-S. Chen, A. S. Chen:
A student-generated web-based oral history project.
- T. A. Goodison:
Learning with ICT at primary level: pupils' perceptions.
- Bruce L. Mann, P. Newhouse, J. Pagram, A. Campbell, Henry Schulz:
A comparison of temporal speech and text cueing in educational multimedia.
- B. K. K. Chan, I. J. Hodgkiss, R. Y. P. Chan:
A distributed learning model for Freshwater Ecology practical classes.
- L. Katz, A. Williams:
Pioneering the electronic school by using focus groups for planning.
- P. Cuckle, S. Clarke:
Mentoring student-teachers in schools: views, practices and access to ICT.
- F. Y. Yu, L. J. Chang, Y. H. Liu, Tak-Wai Chan:
Learning preferences towards computerized competitive modes.
- M. J. W. Thomas:
Learning within incoherent structures: the space of online discussion forums.
- S. Wheeler, S. J. Waite, C. Bromfield:
Promoting creative thinking through the use of ICT.
- Mark D. Griffiths, Mark N. O. Davies:
Excessive online computer gaming: implications for education..
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- R. E. Anderson:
Guest editorial: international studies of innovative uses of ICT in schools.
- Robert B. Kozma, R. E. Anderson:
Qualitative case studies of innovative pedagogical practices using ICT.
- J. Ainley, D. Banks, M. Fleming:
The influence of IT: perspectives from five Australian schools.
- David Mioduser, Rafi Nachmias, D. Tubin, Alona Forkosh-Baruch:
Models of pedagogical implementation of ICT in Israeli schools.
- Nancy Law, Y. Lee, Angela Chow:
Practice characteristics that lead to 21st century learning outcomes.
- O. Erstad:
Norwegian students using digital artifacts in project-based learning.
- Renate Schulz-Zander, A. Buchter, Rebekka Dalmer:
The role of ICT as a promoter of students' cooperation.
- S. Harris:
Innovative pedagogical practices using ICT in schools in England.
- J. Enrique Hinostroza, A. Guzman, Steve Isaacs:
Innovative uses of ICT in Chilean schools.
- I. M. Bryderup, Kazimierz Kowalski:
The role of local authorities in the integration of ICT in learning.
- C. A. Granger, M. L. Morbey, H. Lotherington, Ronald D. Owston, Herbert H. Wideman:
Factors contributing to teachers' successful implementation of IT.
- S. Dexter, K. R. Seashore, R. E. Anderson:
Contributions of professional community to exemplary use of ICT.
- Christopher J. Dede:
Comparative analysis on the roles of message, medium and communicative method in empowering learning.
- T. Plomp:
SITES-module 2: one study, many perspectives.