2010, Volume 13, Issue 1

Special Issue on "Intelligent Tutoring Systems"

Guest Editor(s): Roger Nkambou

Special Issue Articles

Exploiting Sequential Patterns Found in Users’ Solutions and Virtual Tutor Behavior to Improve Assistance in ITS

Philippe Fournier-Viger, Usef Faghihi, Roger Nkambou, Engelbert Mephu Nguifo

Affective Transitions in Narrative-Centered Learning Environments

Scott W. McQuiggan, Jennifer L. Robison, James C. Lester

Job Announcements 

Full Length Articles

The Influence of an Educational Computer Game on Children’s Cultural Identities

Hsiang-Ping Chen, Chi-Jui Lien, Len Annetta, Yu-Ling Lu

Effect of an Interactive Courseware in the Learning of Matrices

Teoh Sian Hoon, Toh Seong Chong, Nor Azilah Binti Ngah

Divergence of Digital World of Teachers

Huseyin Uzunboylu, Nazime Tuncay

Athens 2004 Team Leaders’ Attitudes toward the Educational Multimedia Application “Leonidas” 

Nikolaos Vernadakis, Maria Giannousi, Vassiliki Derri, Iraklis Kellis, Efthimis Kioumourtzoglo 

Extended Relation Metadata for SCORM-based Learning Content Management Systems

Eric Jui-Lin Lu, Gwoboa Horng, Chia-Ssu Yu, Ling-Ying Chou

Book Reviews 

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