Volume 49, Number 1, August 2007
Nigel W. John
: The impact of Web3D technologies on medical education and training.
Edward M. Sims
: Reusable, lifelike virtual humans for mentoring and role-playing.
Volume 49, Number 2, September 2007
: The distance from isolation: Why communities are the logical conclusion in e-learning.
, Kazuhisa Miwa
: Construction of a learning environment supporting learners' reflection: A case of information seeking on the Web.
: The reliability of content analysis of computer conference communication.
: Development and validation of an internet use attitude scale.
, Yong Zhao
: Technology uses and student achievement: A longitudinal study.
: An evaluation of streaming digital video resources in on- and off-campus engineering management education.
Hassan M. Selim
: Critical success factors for e-learning acceptance: Confirmatory factor models.
Bruce W. Tuckman
: The effect of motivational scaffolding on procrastinators' distance learning outcomes.
Robin H. Kay
: The role of errors in learning computer software.
Volume 49, Number 3, November 2007
: Diagnostic, predictive and compositional modeling with data mining in integrated learning environments.
Kent J. Crippen
, Boyd L. Earl
: The impact of web-based worked examples and self-explanation on performance, problem solving, and self-efficacy.
, L. Gabriele
: Using LabVIEW for applying mathematical models in representing phenomena.
, Andreas Holzinger
: Successful implementation of user-centered game based learning in higher education: An example from civil engineering.
Volume 49, Number 4, December 2007
: Technology planning: A roadmap to successful technology integration in schools.
Terry Anthony Haydn
, Roy Barton
: Common needs and different agendas: How trainee teachers make progress in their ability to use ICT in subject teaching. Some lessons from the UK.
: A role-playing virtual world for web-based application courses.
, Charles J. Lemckert
: Development of an interactive computer-based learning strategy to assist in teaching water quality modelling.
, Clare Brett
: The relationship between class size and online activity patterns in asynchronous computer conferencing environments.
: Computerized adaptive tutorials to improve and assess problem-solving skills.