Volume 22, Number 1, February 2006
: Exploring a technology-facilitated solution to cater for advanced students in large undergraduate classes.
Volume 22, Number 2, April 2006 Original articles
J. D. Bain
, Carmel McNaught
: How academics use technology in teaching and learning: understanding the relationship between beliefs and practice.
, E. Jamet
: Using pop-up windows to improve multimedia learning.
Volume 22, Number 3, June 2006 Original articles
: Does the modality principle hold for different media? A test of the method-affects-learning hypothesis.
: The Xanadu project: training faculty in the use of information and communication technology for university teaching.
Volume 22, Number 4, August 2006 Editorial
, Terry Haydn
: Trainee teachers' views on what helps them to use information and communication technology effectively in their subject teaching.
S. Q. Yu
, Minjuan J. Wang
: Modern distance education project for the rural schools of China: recent development and problems.
, C.-C. Wu
: Using handhelds in a Jigsaw cooperative learning environment.
Volume 22, Number 5, October 2006 Guest editorial
: The digital divide: the special case of gender.
: Gender differences and similarities in online courses: challenging stereotypical views of women.
, Alan Durndell
: 'I totally agree with you': gender interactions in educational online discussion groups.
Volume 22, Number 6, December 2006 Editorial
: Who benefits from learning with 3D models? the case of spatial ability.
: Achieving educational technology standards: the relationship between student teacher's interest and institutional support offered.
J. N. Bassili
: Promotion and prevention orientations in the choice to attend lectures or watch them online.
: Learning to be a psychologist: the construction of identity in an online forum.