2000, Volume 3, Issue 4

Special Issue on "Evaluation of Learning Technology"

Guest Editor(s): Martin Oliver

Formal Discussion Summaries

Enhancing Social Interaction in Computer-Mediated Distance Education

Moderator(s) and Summarizer(s): Brent Muirhead

Information Technology and Schools: The Principal’s Role

Moderator(s): Des Wilmore, Summarizer(s): Muhammad Betz

Conference Announcements

Editorial

Special Issue Articles

Mapping the Territory: Issues in Evaluating Large-scale Learning Technology Initiatives

Charles Anderson, Kate Day, Jeff Haywood, Ray Land, Hamish Macleod

Peering Through a Glass Darkly: Integrative Evaluation of an On-line Course

Josie Taylor, Mark Woodman, Tamara Sumner, Canan Tosunoglu Blake

Avoiding Holes in Holistic Evaluation

Malcolm Shaw, Suzanne Corazzi

Evaluating Information and Communication Technologies for Learning

Eileen Scanlon, Ann Jones, Jane Barnard, Julie Thompson, Judith Calder

W3LS: Evaluation Framework for World Wide Web Learning

Jan van der Veen, Wim de Boer, Maarten van de Ven

Full Length Articles

The Learning Tutor: A Web based Authoring System to Support Distance Tutoring

Maria Chiara Pettenati, Omar Abou Khaled, Christine Vanoirbeek, Dino Giuli

Website Reviews

Science Explained

Reviewer: Simon Heppenstall

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