1999, Volume 2, Issue 4

Special Issue on "Embedding Ubiquitous Use of Technology"

Guest Editor(s): Chris O'Hagan

Formal Discussion Summaries

Technology and the Biological Basis of Learning

Moderator(s): Robert N. Leamnson, Summarizer(s): Muhammad K. Betz

The Role of Computer Programming in Education

Moderator(s): Ken Kahn, Summarizer(s): Harriette L. Spiegel

Flexible Learning: Can We Really Please Everyone?

Moderator(s): Alan Holzl, Summarizer(s): Reema Khurana

Conference Announcements 

Special Issue Articles

Sub-Theme: Reflective Discussions on the Theme

Sub-Theme: Challenges to Conventional Diffusion Theory and Research

Sub-Theme: Case Studies 

A Study of the Adoption of Computer Technology by Teachers

Larry M. Dooley, Teri Metcalf, Ann Martinez

Sub-Theme: Short Experiential Snapshots

Sub-Theme: Book Reviews

Lifelong Learning on the Information Highway

Norman Woolley, Mark Broom, Wayne Preece

Full Length Articles

Short Articles

Website Reviews 

Book Reviews 

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