Volume 20, Number 1, February 2004
C. Y. Chang
: Could a laptop computer plus the liquid crystal display projector amount to improved multimedia geoscience instruction?
: Tools for the job: a report of two surveys of information and communications technology training and use for literacy in primary schools in the West of England.
, F.-Y. Tsai
: Internet project-based learning environment: the effects of thinking styles on learning transfer.
: Realism in the design process and credibility of a simulation-based virtual laboratory.
Volume 20, Number 2, April 2004
: Concept mapping your Web searches: a design rationale and Web-enabled application.
: Evaluating system-based strategies for managing conflict in collaborative concept mapping.
S. S.-C. Young
: In search of online pedagogical models: investigating a paradigm change in teaching through the School for All community.
: Communication technology in the developing nations.
Volume 20, Number 3, June 2004
Maarten De Laat
, Vic Lally
: It's not so easy: researching the complexity of emergent participant roles and awareness in asynchronous networked learning discussions.
S. Aisha Walker
: Socratic strategies and devil's advocacy in synchronous CMC debate.
Mary H. Ulicsak
: 'How did it know we weren't talking?': An investigation into the impact of self-assessments and feedback in a group activity.
: Understanding knowledge-sharing breakdowns: a meeting of the quantitative and qualitative minds.
Volume 20, Number 4, August 2004
, Adina Shamir
: Do Hebrew electronic books differ from Dutch electronic books? A replication of a Dutch content analysis.
: The theory of planned behaviour applied to search engines as a learning tool.
Volume 20, Number 5, October 2004
Volume 20, Number 6, December 2004
, V. Armstrong
, S. Barnes
, Richard Brawn
, N. Breeze
, M. Gall
, Sasha Matthewman
, F. Olivero
, A. Taylor
, Pat Triggs
, Jocelyn Wishart
, P. John
: Transforming teaching and learning: embedding ICT into everyday classroom practices.
, P. John
: From transaction to transformation: information and communication technology, professional development and the formation of communities of practice.
, Keri Facer
: Different worlds? A comparison of young people's home and school ICT use.
, S. Robertson
, T. Shortis
: 'You can't not go with the technological flow, can you?' Constructing 'ICT' and 'teaching and learning'.