Volume 56, Number 1, January 2011
David Joseph Brown
: Some uses of educational and assistive technology for people with disabilities.
, Mark Crowley
: Effective learning in science: The use of personal response systems with a wide range of audiences.
Douglas D. Agyei
, Joke Voogt
: Exploring the potential of the will, skill, tool model in Ghana: Predicting prospective and practicing teachers' use of technology.
, Chun-Yi Lee
: Exploring problem solving patterns and their impact on learning achievement in a blended learning environment.
: Perceived values and prospective users' acceptance of prospective technology: The case of a career eportfolio system.
Michele D. Dickey
: World of Warcraft and the impact of game culture and play in an undergraduate game design course.
: Enhancement of student learning performance using personalized diagnosis and remedial learning system.
Volume 56, Number 2, February 2011
, R. J. Bosker
, Egbert G. Harskamp
: Exploring gender and gender pairing in the knowledge elaboration processes of students using computer-supported collaborative learning.
, 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.
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.
: Multiple peer-assessment modes to augment online student question-generation processes.
, Quan Wei
: The impact of learner attributes and learner choice in an agent-based environment.
: e-Learning continuance intention: Moderating effects of user e-learning experience.
: Empowering teachers to create educational software: A constructivist approach utilizing Etoys, pair programming and cognitive apprenticeship.
Volume 56, Number 3, April 2011
: The computational experiment and its effects on approach to learning and beliefs on physics.
Johannes C. Cronjé
: Using Hofstede's cultural dimensions to interpret cross-cultural blended teaching and learning.
, William Ressler
: "Games are made for fun": Lessons on the effects of concept maps in the classroom use of computer games.
: Incorporating podcasting and blogging into a core task for ESOL teacher candidates.
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.
: A case study of online instructional collaborative discussion activities for problem-solving using situated scenarios: An examination of content and behavior cluster analysis.
: From access to usage: The divide of self-reported digital skills among adolescents.
, WonGyu Lee
: An analysis of educational informatization level of students, teachers, and parents: In Korea.
, Kao-Chiuan Teng
: The design and development of a computerized tool support for conducting senior projects in software engineering education.
Nabeel A. Y. Al-Qirim
: Determinants of interactive white board success in teaching in higher education institutions.
: Who assigns the most ICT activities? Examining the relationship between teacher and student usage.
Yasar Guneri Sahin
: A team building model for software engineering courses term projects.
Volume 56, Number 4, May 2011
Patrícia B. Scherer Bassani
: Interpersonal exchanges in discussion forums: A study of learning communities in distance learning settings.
, 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.
, Peter Van Petegem
: ICT in teacher education in an emerging developing country: Vietnam's baseline situation at the start of 'The Year of ICT'.
, 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.
: Factors related to pedagogical beliefs of teachers and technology integration.
, Hsun-Fang Chang
: A formative assessment-based mobile learning approach to improving the learning attitudes and achievements of students.
: Implementation of Web-based dynamic assessment in facilitating junior high school students to learn mathematics.
, John G. Freeman
: An analysis of the relationship between information and communication technology (ICT) and scientific literacy in Canada and Australia.