Δευτέρα, 27 Ιουνίου 2011

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

Vol. 42, n°4, 2011



Editorial, Nick Rushby
Does the New Digital Generation of Learners Exist? A Qualitative Study, Jaime Sánchez, Alvaro Salinas, David Contreras and Eduardo Meyer
Competencies for learning design: A review of the literature and a proposed framework, Piers MacLean and Bernard Scott
Trigger videos on the Web: Impact of audiovisual design, Ria Verleur, Ard Heuvelman and Pløn W. Verhagen
Asynchronous and synchronous online teaching: Perspectives of Canadian high school distance education teachers, Elizabeth Murphy, María A. Rodríguez-Manzanares and Michael Barbour
How helpful are error management and counterfactual thinking instructions to inexperienced spreadsheet users' training task performance?, Peter Caputi, Amy Chan and Rohan Jayasuriya
Learning residential electrical wiring through computer simulation: The impact of computer-based learning environments on student achievement and cognitive load, Han-Chin Liu and I-Hsien Su
Developing simulations in multi-user virtual environments to enhance healthcare education, Luke Rogers
Exploring game experiences and game leadership in massively multiplayer online role-playing games, YeiBeech Jang and SeoungHo Ryu
Improving teaching and learning of computer programming through the use of the Second Life virtual world, Micaela Esteves, Benjamim Fonseca, Leonel Morgado and Paulo Martins
Game-based feedback for educational multi-user virtual environments, Darryl Charles, Therese Charles, Michael McNeill, David Bustard and Michaela Black
Learning from games: Does collaboration help?, Hans van der Meij, Eefje Albers and Henny Leemkuil
Online or face-to-face? An experimental study of examiner training, Suzanne Chamberlain and Rachel Taylor
Active classroom participation in a Group Scribbles primary science classroom, Wenli Chen and Chee-Kit Looi
A reciprocal peer review system to support college students' writing, Yu-Fen Yang
Can Turnitin be used to provide instant formative feedback?, Vivien Rolfe
Research trends in mobile and ubiquitous learning: a review of publications in selected journals from 2001, Gwo-Jen Hwang and Chin-Chung Tsai
Easy task first? Roles of metacognitive computer skills training strategies depend on how training tasks are sequenced, Amy Y. C. Chan, Peter Caputi and Rohan Jayasuriya
Augmented lectures around the corner?, Telmo Zarraonandia, Rita Francese, Ignazio Passero, Paloma Díaz and Genny Tortora

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bjet.2011.42.issue-4/issuetoc

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