2014, Volume 17, Issue 1

Special Issue on "Game Based Learning for 21st Century Transferable Skills: Challenges and Opportunities"

Guest Editor(s): Francesco Bellotti, Rosa Maria Bottino, Baltazar Fernández-Manjón and Rob Nadolski


Special Issue Articles

Learning When Serious: Psychophysiological Evaluation of a Technology-Enhanced Learning Game

Ben Cowley, Martino Fantato, Charlene Jennett, Martin Ruskov, Niklas Ravaja

Invited Articles

E-learning in School Education in the Coming 10 Years for Developing 21st Century Skills: Critical Research Issues and Policy Implications

Siu Cheung Kong, Tak-Wai Chan, Patrick Griffin, Ulrich Hoppe, Ronghuai Huang, Kinshuk, Chee Kit Looi, Marcelo Milrad, Cathleen Norris, Miguel Nussbaum, Mike Sharples, Wing Mui Winnie So, Elliot Soloway, Shengquan Yu

Case Studies

Full Length Articles

A Novel Agent-Supported Academic Online Examination System

Tuğrul TAŞCI, Zekeriya PARLAK, Alpaslan KİBAR, Nevzat TAŞBAŞI, H. İbrahim CEBECİ

An Interactive and Collaborative Approach to Teaching Cryptology

Sasa Adamovic, Marko Sarac, Mladen Veinovic, Milan Milosavljevic, Aleksandar Jevremovic

Book Reviews

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