Volume 56, Number 1, January 2011
- David Joseph Brown:
Some uses of educational and assistive technology for people with disabilities.
- Penny J. Standen, C. Camm, Steven Battersby, David J. Brown, M. Harrison:
An evaluation of the Wii Nunchuk as an alternative assistive device for people with intellectual and physical disabilities using switch controlled software.
- David J. Brown, David McHugh, Penny J. Standen, Lindsay J. Evett, Nick Shopland, Steven Battersby:
Designing location-based learning experiences for people with intellectual disabilities and additional sensory impairments.
- Thomas Hainey, Thomas M. Connolly, Mark Stansfield, Elizabeth A. Boyle:
Evaluation of a game to teach requirements collection and analysis in software engineering at tertiary education level.
- Karen Moss, Mark Crowley:
Effective learning in science: The use of personal response systems with a wide range of audiences.
- Michael Mawdesley, G. Long, Saad H. Al-Jibouri, D. Scott:
The enhancement of simulation based learning exercises through formalised reflection, focus groups and group presentation.
- Nian-Shing Chen, Kinshuk, Chun-Wang Wei, Chia-Chi Liu:
Effects of matching teaching strategy to thinking style on learner's quality of reflection in an online learning environment.
- Gi-Zen Liu, Zih-Hui Liu, Gwo-Jen Hwang:
Developing multi-dimensional evaluation criteria for English learning websites with university students and professors.
- Wolmet Barendregt, Tilde Bekker:
The influence of the level of free-choice learning activities on the use of an educational computer game.
- Douglas D. Agyei, Joke Voogt:
Exploring the potential of the will, skill, tool model in Ghana: Predicting prospective and practicing teachers' use of technology.
- Ron Chi-Wai Kwok, Shuk Han Cheng, Horace Ho-Shing Ip, Joseph Siu-Lung Kong:
Design of affectively evocative smart ambient media for learning.
- Young Hoan Cho, Jaejin Lee, David H. Jonassen:
The role of tasks and epistemological beliefs in online peer questioning.
- Nienke Vos, Henny van der Meijden, Eddie Denessen:
Effects of constructing versus playing an educational game on student motivation and deep learning strategy use.
- Jung-Chuan Yen, Chun-Yi Lee:
Exploring problem solving patterns and their impact on learning achievement in a blended learning environment.
- Yu-chu Yeh, Ling-yi Huang, Yi-ling Yeh:
Knowledge management in blended learning: Effects on professional development in creativity instruction.
- Jeng-Yi Tzeng:
Perceived values and prospective users' acceptance of prospective technology: The case of a career eportfolio system.
- Alice Rubin-Vaughan, Debra Pepler, Steven Brown, Wendy Craig:
Quest for the Golden Rule: An effective social skills promotion and bullying prevention program.
- Tim Kühl, Katharina Scheiter, Peter Gerjets, Sven Gemballa:
Can differences in learning strategies explain the benefits of learning from static and dynamic visualizations?
- Nikolaos Vernadakis, Panagiotis Antoniou, Maria Giannousi, Eleni Zetou, Efthimis Kioumourtzoglou:
Comparing hybrid learning with traditional approaches on learning the Microsoft Office Power Point 2003 program in tertiary education.
- Michele D. Dickey:
World of Warcraft and the impact of game culture and play in an undergraduate game design course.
- Will Wai-Kit Ma, Allan Hoi Kau Yuen:
Understanding online knowledge sharing: An interpersonal relationship perspective.
- Tiantian Wang, Xiaohong Su, Peijun Ma, Yuying Wang, Kuanquan Wang:
Ability-training-oriented automated assessment in introductory programming course.
- George Triantafyllakos, George Palaigeorgiou, Ioannis A. Tsoukalas:
Designing educational software with students through collaborative design games: The We!Design&Play framework.
- Nicolas Michinov, Sophie Brunot, Olivier Le Bohec, Jacques Juhel, Marine Delaval:
Procrastination, participation, and performance in online learning environments.
- Cho Kin Cheng, Dwayne E. Paré, Lisa-Marie Collimore, Steve Joordens:
Assessing the effectiveness of a voluntary online discussion forum on improving students' course performance.
- Mahmoud Abdulwahed, Zoltan K. Nagy:
The TriLab, a novel ICT based triple access mode laboratory education model.
- Ernestina Etchemendy, Rosa María Baños, Cristina Botella, Diana Castilla, Mariano Alcañiz Raya, P. Rasal, Luis Farfallini:
An e-health platform for the elderly population: The butler system.
- Ferran Ferrer, Esther Belvís, Jordi Pàmies:
Tablet PCs, academic results and educational inequalities.
- Ling-Hsiu Chen:
Enhancement of student learning performance using personalized diagnosis and remedial learning system.
- Pei-Yu Wang, Brandon K. Vaughn, Min Liu:
The impact of animation interactivity on novices' learning of introductory statistics.
- Steinar Thorvaldsen, Gunstein Egeberg, Geir Olaf Pettersen, Lars Vavik:
Digital dysfunctions in primary school: A pilot study.
Volume 56, Number 2, February 2011
- N. Ding, R. J. Bosker, Egbert G. Harskamp:
Exploring gender and gender pairing in the knowledge elaboration processes of students using computer-supported collaborative learning.
- Fakhroddin Noorbehbahani, Ahmad A. Kardan:
The automatic assessment of free text answers using a modified BLEU algorithm.
- Ling Zhao, Yaobin Lu, Bin Wang, Wayne Huang:
What makes them happy and curious online? An empirical study on high school students' Internet use from a self-determination theory perspective.
- Theresa Doyle, Inmaculada Arnedillo Sánchez:
Using multimedia to reveal the hidden code of everyday behaviour to children with autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs).
- Reynol Junco, Shelia R. Cotten:
Perceived academic effects of instant messaging use.
- Patrick Sins, Elwin R. Savelsbergh, Wouter R. van Joolingen, Bernadette H. A. M. van Hout-Wolters:
Effects of face-to-face versus chat communication on performance in a collaborative inquiry modeling task.
- C. Paul Newhouse:
Using IT to assess IT: Towards greater authenticity in summative performance assessment.
- Minchi C. Kim, Michael J. Hannafin:
Scaffolding problem solving in technology-enhanced learning environments (TELEs): Bridging research and theory with practice.
- Patrick Buckley, John Garvey, Fergal McGrath:
A case study on using prediction markets as a rich environment for active learning.
- Anoush Margaryan, Allison Littlejohn, Gabrielle Vojt:
Are digital natives a myth or reality? University students' use of digital technologies.
- Liping Deng, Allan H. K. Yuen:
Towards a framework for educational affordances of blogs.
- Chi-Cheng Chang, Kuo-Hung Tseng, Hsiu-Ping Yueh, Wei-Chien Lin:
Consideration factors and adoption of type, tabulation and framework for creating e-portfolios.
- William R. Watson, Christopher J. Mong, Constance A. Harris:
A case study of the in-class use of a video game for teaching high school history.
- Isabel C. Moura, Natascha van Hattum-Janssen:
Teaching a CS introductory course: An active approach.
- Fu-Yun Yu:
Multiple peer-assessment modes to augment online student question-generation processes.
- Daniel Stricker, David Weibel, Bartholomäus Wissmath:
Efficient learning using a virtual learning environment in a university class.
- Yanghee Kim, Quan Wei:
The impact of learner attributes and learner choice in an agent-based environment.
- Kan-Min Lin:
e-Learning continuance intention: Moderating effects of user e-learning experience.
- Young-Jin Lee:
Empowering teachers to create educational software: A constructivist approach utilizing Etoys, pair programming and cognitive apprenticeship.
- Diane Jass Ketelhut, Catherine C. Schifter:
Teachers and game-based learning: Improving understanding of how to increase efficacy of adoption.
Volume 56, Number 3, April 2011
- Sarantos Psycharis:
The computational experiment and its effects on approach to learning and beliefs on physics.
- Sharona T. Levy, Uri Wilensky:
Mining students' inquiry actions for understanding of complex systems.
- Bruce M. McLaren, Krista E. DeLeeuw, Richard E. Mayer:
Polite web-based intelligent tutors: Can they improve learning in classrooms?
- Rebecca Eynon, Lars-Erik Malmberg:
A typology of young people's Internet use: Implications for education.
- Johannes C. Cronjé:
Using Hofstede's cultural dimensions to interpret cross-cultural blended teaching and learning.
- Dennis Charsky, William Ressler:
"Games are made for fun": Lessons on the effects of concept maps in the classroom use of computer games.
- Errikos Ventouras, Dimos Triantis, Panagiotis Tsiakas, Charalampos Stergiopoulos:
Comparison of oral examination and electronic examination using paired multiple-choice questions.
- Terry S. Judd, Gregor E. Kennedy:
Measurement and evidence of computer-based task switching and multitasking by 'Net Generation' students.
- Deoksoon Kim:
Incorporating podcasting and blogging into a core task for ESOL teacher candidates.
- Steven Lonn, Stephanie D. Teasley, Andrew E. Krumm:
Who needs to do what where?: Using learning management systems on residential vs. commuter campuses.
- Lijia Lin, Robert K. Atkinson:
Using animations and visual cueing to support learning of scientific concepts and processes.
- Ida Kubiszewski, Thomas Noordewier, Robert Costanza:
Perceived credibility of Internet encyclopedias.
- Josef Künsting, Joachim Wirth, Fred Paas:
The goal specificity effect on strategy use and instructional efficiency during computer-based scientific discovery learning.
- Chang Woo Nam, Ronald D. Zellner:
The relative effects of positive interdependence and group processing on student achievement and attitude in online cooperative learning.
- Mehmet Akif Ocak:
Why are faculty members not teaching blended courses? Insights from faculty members.
- Oscar Ardaiz-Villanueva, Xabier Nicuesa Chacón, Oscar Brene Artazcoz, María Luisa Sanz de Acedo Lizarraga, María Teresa Sanz de Acedo Baquedano:
Evaluation of computer tools for idea generation and team formation in project-based learning.
- Huei-Tse Hou:
A case study of online instructional collaborative discussion activities for problem-solving using situated scenarios: An examination of content and behavior cluster analysis.
- Hüseyin Uzunboylu, Hüseyin Bicen, Nadire Cavus:
The efficient virtual learning environment: A case study of web 2.0 tools and Windows live spaces.
- Jelle de Boer, Piet Kommers, Bert de Brock:
Using learning styles and viewing styles in streaming video.
- Zhi-Jin Zhong:
From access to usage: The divide of self-reported digital skills among adolescents.
- Ching-Yieh Lee, Peter Jen Der Pan, Ching-Jung Liao:
Impacts and preferences study for e-HO as a holistic learning environment complementary to e-Learning.
- JaMee Kim, WonGyu Lee:
An analysis of educational informatization level of students, teachers, and parents: In Korea.
- Tassos A. Mikropoulos, Antonis Natsis:
Educational virtual environments: A ten-year review of empirical research (1999-2009).
- Chorng-Shiuh Koong, Chi-Ying Wu:
The applicability of interactive item templates in varied knowledge types.
- Chung-Yang Chen, Kao-Chiuan Teng:
The design and development of a computerized tool support for conducting senior projects in software engineering education.
- M. Victoria López-Pérez, M. Carmen Pérez-López, Lázaro Rodríguez Ariza:
Blended learning in higher education: Students' perceptions and their relation to outcomes.
- Nabeel A. Y. Al-Qirim:
Determinants of interactive white board success in teaching in higher education institutions.
- Miri Barak, Tamar Ashkar, Yehudit Judy Dori:
Learning science via animated movies: Its effect on students' thinking and motivation.
- Shihkuan Hsu:
Who assigns the most ICT activities? Examining the relationship between teacher and student usage.
- Ana-Maria Bliuc, Robert A. Ellis, Peter Goodyear, Leanne Piggott:
A blended learning Approach to teaching foreign policy: Student experiences of learning through face-to-face and online discussion and their relationship to academic performance.
- Jason M. Tangen, Merryn D. Constable, Eric Durrant, Chris Teeter, Brett R. Beston, Joseph A. Kim:
The role of interest and images in slideware presentations.
- Chen-Chung Liu, Holly S. L. Chen, Ju-Ling Shih, Guo-Ting Huang, Baw-Jhiune Liu:
An enhanced concept map approach to improving children's storytelling ability.
- Aleksandra Klasnja Milicevic, Boban Vesin, Mirjana Ivanovic, Zoran Budimac:
E-Learning personalization based on hybrid recommendation strategy and learning style identification.
- B. Darab, Gholam A. Montazer:
An eclectic model for assessing e-learning readiness in the Iranian universities.
- José Juan Castro Sánchez, Elena Chirino Alemán:
Teachers' opinion survey on the use of ICT tools to support attendance-based teaching.
- Yasar Guneri Sahin:
A team building model for software engineering courses term projects.
- Caroline F. Timmers, Bernard P. Veldkamp:
Attention paid to feedback provided by a computer-based assessment for learning on information literacy.
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- Patrícia B. Scherer Bassani:
Interpersonal exchanges in discussion forums: A study of learning communities in distance learning settings.
- Chien Chou, Huan-Chueh Wu, Chao-Hsiu Chen:
Re-visiting college students' attitudes toward the Internet-based on a 6-T model: Gender and grade level difference.
- Hui-Min Lai, Chin-Pin Chen:
Factors influencing secondary school teachers' adoption of teaching blogs.
- Zehui Zhan, Fuyin Xu, Huiwen Ye:
Effects of an online learning community on active and reflective learners' learning performance and attitudes in a face-to-face undergraduate course.
- Helena Silva, Rosa Pinho, Lísia Lopes, António J. A. Nogueira, Paulo Silveira:
Illustrated plant identification keys: An interactive tool to learn botany.
- Jef Peeraer, Peter Van Petegem:
ICT in teacher education in an emerging developing country: Vietnam's baseline situation at the start of 'The Year of ICT'.
- Didier Acier, Laurence Kern:
Problematic Internet use: Perceptions of addiction counsellors.
- SeungEun Cha, Soo Jin Jun, Dai Yong Kwon, Han Sung Kim, SeungBum Kim, Ja Mee Kim, Young Ae Kim, Sun-Gwan Han, Soon Sik Seo, Woo Cheon Jun, Hyun Cheol Kim, Won-Gyu Lee:
Measuring achievement of ICT competency for students in Korea.
- Freddy Mampadi, Sherry Y. Chen, Gheorghita Ghinea, Ming-Puu Chen:
Design of adaptive hypermedia learning systems: A cognitive style approach.
- Shih-Hsiung Liu:
Factors related to pedagogical beliefs of teachers and technology integration.
- Gwo-Jen Hwang, Hsun-Fang Chang:
A formative assessment-based mobile learning approach to improving the learning attitudes and achievements of students.
- Vasileios Terzis, Anastasios A. Economides:
The acceptance and use of computer based assessment.
- Neven A. M. El Sayed, Hala H. Zayed, Mohamed I. Sharawy:
ARSC: Augmented reality student card.
- Tzu-Hua Wang:
Implementation of Web-based dynamic assessment in facilitating junior high school students to learn mathematics.
- King Luu, John G. Freeman:
An analysis of the relationship between information and communication technology (ICT) and scientific literacy in Canada and Australia.