2011, Volume 14, Issue 4

Special Issue on "Advanced Learning Technologies"

Guest Editor(s): Ignacio Aedo, Mohamed Jemmi, J. Michael Spector and Larisa Zaiceva

Editorial

Special Issue Articles

Design and Implementation of a 3D Multi-User Virtual World for Language Learning

María Blanca Ibáñez, José Jesús García, Sergio Galán, David Maroto, Diego Morillo, Carlos Delgado Kloos

Language Technologies to Support Formative Feedback

Adriana J. Berlanga, Marco Kalz, Slavi Stoyanov, Peter van Rosmalen, Alisdair Smithies, Isobel Braidman

Full Length Articles

An Individualized e-Reading System Developed Based on Multi-representations Approach

Chien-Chuan Ko, Chun-Han Chiang, Yun-Lung Lin, Ming-Chung Chen

Guessing, Partial Knowledge, and Misconceptions in Multiple-Choice Tests

Paul Ngee Kiong Lau, Sie Hoe Lau, Kian Sam Hong, Hasbee Usop

Computer-mediated Counter-Arguments and Individual Learning

Jack Shih-Chieh Hsu, Hsieh-Hong Huang, Lars P. Linden

Ubiquitous English Learning System with Dynamic Personalized Guidance of Learning Portfolio

Ting-Ting Wu, Tien-Wen Sung, Yueh-Min Huang, Chu-Sing Yang, Jin-Tan Yang

Time-Quality Tradeoff of Waiting Strategies for Tutors to Retrieve Relevant Teaching Methods

Wen-Chung Shih, Shian-Shyong Tseng, Che-Ching Yang, Tyne Liang

Self-efficacy in Internet-based Learning Environments: A Literature Review

Chin-Chung Tsai, Shih-Chyueh Chuang, Jyh-Chong Liang, Meng-Jung Tsai

Factors Affecting Faculty Web Portal Usability

Rex P. Bringula, Roselle S. Basa

Book Reviews

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