2002, Volume 5, Issue 1

Special Issue on "Integrating Technology into Learning and Working (Part 1)"

Guest Editor(s): J. Michael Spector and Xuemei Wang

Special Issue Articles

Sub-Theme: Aspects of Technology Integration

Sub-Theme: Differing Perceptions in School Settings

Sub-Theme: Cultural Considerations

Overcoming Social and Psychological Barriers to Effective On-line Collaboration

Sandra C. Hughes, Leah Wickersham, David L. Ryan-Jones, Sara A. Smith

Sub-Theme: Systems and Environments

Sub-Theme: Frameworks for Evaluation and Assessment

Sub-Theme: Examples

Interactive Astronomy in Elementary Schools

David McKinnon, Helen Geissinger

Learning to Look: Real and Virtual Artifacts

Janet Rountree, William Wong, Robert Hannah

Sub-Theme: Individual Differences/Abilities

IT-Giftedness in Children and Adolescents

Julia D. Babaeva, Alexander E. Voiskounsky

Sub-Theme: Reviews

Sub-Theme: Synthesis 

Conference Announcements 

Full Length Articles

Teaching Motor Disability Assessment over the Web: MODASPECTRA

Salvatore Valenti, Sandro Fioretti, Maurizio Maurizi, Maurizio Panti, Tommaso Leo

Invited Articles

Book Reviews

Teaching for Learning

Reviewer: Brent Muirhead

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