2007, Volume 10, Issue 3

Special Issue on "Advanced Technologies for Life-Long Learning"

Guest Editor(s): Demetrios G Sampson and Rob Koper

Special Issue Articles

Ontologies for Effective Use of Context in e-Learning Settings

Jelena Jovanović, Dragan Gašević, Colin Knight, Griff Richards

Social Software for Life-long Learning

Ralf Klamma, Mohamed Amine Chatti, Erik Duval, Hans Hummel, Ebba Thora Hvannberg, Milos Kravcik, Effie Law, Ambjörn Naeve, Peter Scott

Tracking Actual Usage: the Attention Metadata Approach

Martin Wolpers, Jehad Najjar, Katrien Verbert, Erik Duval

Full Length Articles

Multimedia Authoring Tools: The Quest for an Educational Package

Theodore H. Kaskalis, Theodore D. Tzidamis, Konstantinos Margaritis

E-xams: Harnessing the Power of ICTs to Enhance Authenticity

Wing Lam, Jeremy B. Williams, Alton Y.K. Chua

Systems Limitations Hamper Integration of Accessible Information Technology in Northwest U.S. K-12 Schools

Jennifer P. Wisdom, Nathan White, Kimberley Goldsmith, Sarann Bielavitz, Amy Rees, Charles Davis

Distinguishing between Games and Simulations: A Systematic Review

Louise Sauvé, Lise Renaud, David Kaufman, Jean-Simon Marquis

Evaluating Collaborative Learning Processes using System-based Measurement

César A. Collazos, Luis A. Guerrero, José A. Pino, Stefano Renzi, Jane Klobas, Manuel Ortega, Miguel A. Redondo, Crescencio Bravo

A Desktop Virtual Reality Earth Motion System in Astronomy Education

Chih Hung Chen, Jie Chi Yang, Sarah Shen, Ming Chang Jeng

Book Reviews

How to teach English with Technology

Reviewers: Jesús García Laborda, Teresa Magal Royo

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