Τετάρτη, 28 Οκτωβρίου 2009

British Journal of Educational Technology

British Journal of Educational Technology

Vol. 40, n°6, novembre 2009

* Pedagogic strategies supporting the use of Synchronous Audiographic Conferencing: A review of the literature, Sara de Freitas, Tim Neumann
* Computer-mediated discussion, self-efficacy and gender, ShinYi Lin, Richard C. Overbaugh
* eCAF: A new tool for the conversational analysis of electronic communication, Jennifer Duncan-Howell
* Ontology-based concept map for planning a personalised learning path, Chih-Ming Chen
* Understanding learner acceptance of learning objects: The roles of learning object characteristics and individual differences, Siong-Hoe Lau, Peter C. Woods
* Svetovid-Interactive development and submission system with prevention of academic collusion in computer programming, Ivan Pribela, Mirjana Ivanovi, Zoran Budimac
* The development of ICT across the curriculum in Irish schools: A historical perspective, Oliver McGarr
* Creating a psychologically safe online space for a student-generated questions learning activity via different identity revelation modes, Fu-Yun Yu, Yu-Hsin Liu
* Making training more cognitively effective: Making videos interactive, Tom Cherrett, Gary Wills, Joe Price, Sarah Maynard, Itiel E. Dror
* Does authentic happiness exist in cyberspace? Implications for understanding and guiding college students' Internet attitudes and behaviours, Sen-Chi Yu, Chien Chou
* Is there an attitude problem? Reconsidering the role of attitude in the TAM, Timothy Teo

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