2004, Volume 7, Issue 2
Special Issue on "Technology-Enhanced Learning"
Guest Editor(s): Demetrios G Sampson, Mike Spector, Vladan Devedzic and Kinshuk
Formal Discussion Summaries
Participation in On-line Courses - How Essential is it?
Moderator(s) and Summarizer(s): Bill Williams
Is it Effective to Use Websites in Getting Parents Involved in Education?
Moderator(s) and Summarizer(s): Jiyoon Yoon
Special Issue Articles
Guest Editorial: Remarks on the Variety and Significance of Advanced Learning Technologies
Demetrios G Sampson, Mike Spector, Vladan Devedzic and Kinshuk
A Team of Pedagogical Agents in Multimedia Environment for Children
Mikhail Morozov, Andrey Tanakov, Dmitriy Bystrov
An Environment for Studying Collaborative Learning Activities
Nikolaos Avouris, Vassilis Komis, Meletis Margaritis, Georgios Fiotakis
Analyzing Problem’s Difficulty based on Neural Networks and Knowledge Map
Rita Kuo, Wei-Peng Lien, Maiga Chang, Jia-Sheng Heh
Integrating XQuery-enabled SCORM XML Metadata Repositories into an RDF-based E-Learning P2P Network
Changtao Qu, Wolfgang Nejdl
On Enhancing On-line Collaboration using Fuzzy Logic Modeling
Sofia J. Hadjileontiadou, Georgia N. Nikolaidou, Leontios J. Hadjileontiadis, George N. Balafoutas
Full Length Articles
Discovery and Use of Online Learning Resources: Case Study Findings
Mimi M. Recker, James Dorward, Laurie Miller Nelson
The «Lesson Sheetss» and their Application in the Instructional Procedure
Athanasis Karoulis, Stavros Demetriades, Andreas Pombortsis
Supporting Problem Solving with Case-Stories Learning Scenario and Video-based Collaborative Learning Technology
David Hung, Seng Chee Tan, Wing Sum Cheung, Chun Hu
Online Education, Learning Management Systems, Global E-Learning in a Scandinavian Perspective
Reviewer: Gayle Calverley
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