2002, Volume 5, Issue 4

Special Issue on "Innovations in Learning Technology"

Guest Editor(s): Toshio Okamoto and Roger Hartley

Formal Discussion Summaries

Special Issue Articles

Guest Editorial: Innovations in Learning Technology 

Toshio Okamoto and Roger Hartley

An Architecture for Web-based e-Learning Promoting Re-usable Adaptive Educational e-Content

Demetrios Sampson, Charalampos Karagiannidis, Fabrizio Cardinali

Multimedia as a Cognitive Tool

Fawzi Albalooshi, Eshaa M. Alkhalifa

Adaptive Formative Paths in a Web-based Learning Environment

Vincenza Carchiolo, Alessandro Longheu, Michele Malgeri

EM2: An Environment for Editing and Management of Educational Metadata

Demetrios Sampson, Vicky Papaioannou, Panayiota Karadimitriou

Using Workflow Technology to Manage Flexible e-Learning Services

Joe Lin, Charley Ho, Wasim Sadiq, Maria E. Orlowska

The Integrated e-Learning System-RAPSODY Based on Distance Ecology Model and Its Practice

Toshio Okamoto, Mizue Kayama, Hisayoshi Inoue, Alexandra I. Cristea

Full Length Articles

Book Reviews

Smart Machines in Education

Reviewer: Tai Yu Lin

Website Reviews

Distance Education at a Glance

Reviewer: Noppadol Prammanee

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