2006, Volume 9, Issue 4

Special Issue on "E-learning and Human-Computer Interaction: Exploring Design Synergies for more Effective Learning Experiences"

Guest Editor(s): Alan Dix, Teresa Roselli and Erkki Sutinen

Special Issue Articles

Automatically Producing Accessible Learning Objects

Angelo Di Iorio, Antonio Angelo Feliziani, Silvia Mirri, Paola Salomoni, Fabio Vitali

A Boosting Approach to eContent Development for Learners with Special Needs

Silvia Gabrielli, Valeria Mirabella, Stephen Kimani, Tiziana Catarci

Supporting Students with a Personal Advisor

Berardina De Carolis, Sebastiano Pizzutilo, Giovanni Cozzolongo, Pawel Drozda, Francesca Muci

eLSE Methodology: A Systematic Approach to the e-Learning Systems Evaluation

Rosa Lanzilotti, Carmelo Ardito, Maria F. Costabile, Antonella De Angeli

Full Length Articles

Reuse- and Aspect-Oriented Courseware Development

Khaldoun Ateyeh, Peter C. Lockemann

Enhancing User Support in Open Problem Solving Environments through Bayesian Network Inference Techniques

Nikolaos Tselios, Adrian Stoica, Manolis Maragoudakis, Nikolaos Avouris, Vassilis Komis

Surviving the Shipwreck: What Makes Online Students Stay Online and Learn?

Johannes C. Cronjé, Debbie E. Adendorff, Salome M. Meyer, Linda van Ryneveld

Innovative Web-based Professional Development for Teachers of At-Risk Preschool Children

Mable B. Kinzie, Stephen D. Whitaker, Kathy Neesen, Michael Kelley, Michael Matera, Robert C. Pianta

Reengineering Framework for Systems in Education

Christophe Choquet and Alain Corbière

Book Reviews 

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