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
Special Issue Articles
Sub-Theme: Reflective Discussions on the Theme
Sub-Theme: Challenges to Conventional Diffusion Theory and Research
Sub-Theme: Case Studies
Developing and Evaluating a University-wide Online Distributed Learning System: The Experience at RMIT University
Carmel McNaught, John Kenny, Paul Kennedy, Ross Lord
A Study of the Adoption of Computer Technology by Teachers
Larry M. Dooley, Teri Metcalf, Ann Martinez
Sub-Theme: Short Experiential Snapshots
Pedagogical Reflections from an Instructional Technology Workshop
Virginia W. Kupritz, Dr Stanley K. McDaniel
Online Learning at Coventry University: You Can Lead a Horse to Water ...
Frances Deepwell, Andy Syson
Sub-Theme: Book Reviews
Full Length Articles
The Effects of a Computer-Based Instructional Management System on Student Communications in a Distance Learning Environment
Scott B. Wegner, Kenneth C. Holloway, Sandra K. Wegner
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