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British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

Vol. 43, n°2, mars 2012



Editorial: Making serious games better, Nick Rushby
The civic-minded instructional designers framework: An alternative approach to contemporary instructional designers' education in higher education, Farrah Dina Yusop and Ana-Paula Correia
Situational interest, computer self-efficacy and self-regulation: Their impact on student engagement in distance education, Jerry Chih-Yuan Sun and Robert Rueda
Transformation for adults in an Internet-based learning environment—is it necessary to be self-directed?, Regina Juchun Chu, Anita Zichun Chu, Cathy Weng, Chin-Chung Tsai and Chia-chun Lin
An innovative concept map approach for improving students' learning performance with an instant feedback mechanism, Po-Han Wu, Gwo-Jen Hwang, Marcelo Milrad, Hui-Ru Ke and Yueh-Min Huang
Solving complex problems: A convergent approach to cognitive load measurement, Robert Zheng and Anne Cook
Substitutive competition: Virtual pets as competitive buffers to alleviate possible negative influence on pupils, Zhi-Hong Chen, Chih-Yueh Chou, Gautam Biswas and Tak-Wai Chan
A hybrid approach to university subject learning activities, Luz Adriana Osorio Gómez and Josep M. Duart
e-Learning in universities: Supporting help-seeking processes by instructional prompts, Silke Schworm and Hans Gruber
Participation and cognitive quality profiles in an online discussion forum, Mila Naranjo, Javier Onrubia and Ma Teresa Segués
Supporting social awareness in collaborative e-learning, Niki Lambropoulos, Xristine Faulkner and Fintan Culwin
The effects of image-based concept mapping on the learning outcomes and cognitive processes of mobile learners, Jung-Chuan Yen, Chun-Yi Lee and I-Jung Chen
Podcasts are not for everyone, Alanah Kazlauskas and Kathy Robinson
Learning in troubleshooting of automotive braking system: A project-based teamwork approach, Janus S. Liang
Avoiding technology-enhanced non-learning, Ian Kinchin
Use of Twitter for formative evaluation: Reflections on trainer and trainees' experiences, Liwen Chen and Tung-Liang Chen
Temporal issues in e-learning research: A literature review, Elena Barbera, Begoña Gros and Paul Kirschner
Validation of an information technology anxiety scale in undergraduates, jesús Manuel López-Bonilla and Luis Miguel López-Bonilla
Gender bias in virtual learning environments: an exploratory study, Ming-Chao Lin, M. Shane Tutwiler and Chun-Yen Chang
An alternative way of organizing groups for peer writing evaluation, Shesen Guo, Ganzhou Zhang and Run Zhai

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bjet.2012.43.issue-2/issuetoc

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