2005, Volume 8, Issue 3

Special Issue on "Authoring of Adaptive Hypermedia"

Guest Editor(s): Alexandra Cristea

Formal Discussion Summaries 

Interactive E-learning - Why Can’t We Get Beyond Bulletin Boards?

Moderator(s) and Summarizer(s): William R. Klemm

Special Issue Articles

Authoring of Adaptive Computer Assisted Assessment of Free-text Answers

Enrique Alfonseca, Rosa M. Carro, Manuel Freire, Alvaro Ortigosa, Diana Pérez, Pilar Rodríguez

An Authoring Environment for Adaptive Testing

Eduardo Guzmán, Ricardo Conejo, Emilio García-Hervás

Patterns in Authoring of Adaptive Educational Hypermedia: A Taxonomy of Learning Styles

Elizabeth Brown, Alexandra Cristea, Craig Stewart, Tim Brailsford

Full Length Articles

A New Assessment for Computer-based Concept Mapping

Kuo-En Chang, Yao-Ting Sung, Rey-Bin Chang, Shui-Cheng Lin

Frameworks for Sharing Teaching Practices

John M. Carroll, Mary Beth Rosson, Dan Dunlap, Philip Isenhour

Team Models in Online Course Development: A Unit-Specific Approach

Deborah M. Alvarez, Kristine Blair, Elizabeth Monske, Amie Wolf

A Model for Content and Communication Management in Synchronous Learning

David Raymond, Kanenishi Kazuhide, Kenji Matsuura, Veronique Baudin, Thierry Gayraud, Yoneo Yano, Michel Diaz

Achieving E-learning with IMS Learning Design - Workflow Implications at the Open University of the Netherlands

Wim Westera, Francis Brouns, Kees Pannekeet, Jose Janssen, Jocelyn Manderveld

How to Create Flexible Runtime Delivery of Distance Learning Courses

Colin Tattersall, Hubert Vogten, Francis Brouns, Rob Koper, Peter van Rosmalen, Peter Sloep, Jan van Bruggen

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