2002, Volume 5, Issue 2

Special Issue on "Integrating Technology into Learning and Working (Part 2)"

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

Formal Discussion Summaries

Principles of Best Practice for 21st Century Education

Moderator(s) and Summarizer(s): Mark Nichols

Special Issue Articles

Sub-Theme: Transition from Learning to Working

Computers and Students’ Conceptions of Learning: The Transition from Post-Secondary Education to the Workplace

John R. Kirby, Christopher K. Knapper, Sue A. Maki, William J. Egnatoff, Elaine van Melle

Sub-Theme: Different Settings and Contexts

Adoption of Communication Technologies in a Texas Health Setting

L. Suzanne Suggs, William B. Cissell, Chris McIntyre, Michelle Ward

Online Learning Technology in an SME Work-Based Setting

Bernd Brink, John Munro, Mike Osborne

Technology in Organizational Learning: Using High Tech for High Touch

Jane B. Maestro-Scherer, Robert E. Rich, Clifford W. Scherer, Schelley Michell-Nunn

Sub-Theme: Theory and Conceptual Frameworks

A Framework for Technology Convergence in Learning and Working

Miltiadis D. Lytras, Athanasia Pouloudi, Angeliki Poulymenakou

Knowledge-on-Demand in e-Learning and e-Working Settings

Demetrios Sampson, Charalampos Karagiannidis, Andrea Schenone, Fabrizio Cardinali

Supporting Knowledge Elicitation for Learning in Virtual Teams

Marlies Bitter-Rijpkema, Rob Martens, Wim Jochems

Sub-Theme: Reviews

Review of Computer-Supported Collaborative Work Systems

Deniz Eseryel, Radha Ganesan, Gerald S. Edmonds

Sub-Theme: Concluding Synthesis Article

Full Length Articles

Book Reviews 

Software Reviews 


Reviewer: Alexei Tretiakov

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