Volume 26, Number 1, February 2010
: The evolution and redefining of 'CAL': a reflection on the interplay of theory and practice.
: How East Asian classrooms may change over the next 20 years.
: Digital tools and challenges to institutional traditions of learning: technologies, social memory and the performative nature of learning.
: Looking beyond learning: notes towards the critical study of educational technology.
Volume 26, Number 2, April 2010 Original articles
, Yi-Chun Lin
: The application of Simulation-Assisted Learning Statistics (SALS) for correcting misconceptions and improving understanding of correlation.
Volume 26, Number 3, June 2010 Original articles
: Developing a scale for teacher integration of information and communication technology in grades 1-9.
, Wenli Chen
: Community-based individual knowledge construction in the classroom: a process-oriented account.
Volume 26, Number 4, August 2010 Editorial
: Adaptation provisioning with respect to learning styles in a Web-based educational system: an experimental study.
Sandy S. C. Li
: Social capital, empowerment and educational change: a scenario of permeation of one-to-one technology in school.
Volume 26, Number 5, October 2010 Editorial
, Karl Maton
: Beyond the 'digital natives' debate: Towards a more nuanced understanding of students' technology experiences.
, S. W. Kim
, N. J. Kim
: Effectiveness of MMORPG-based instruction in elementary English education in Korea.
, Chee-Kit Looi
: Vocabulary learning by mobile-assisted authentic content creation and social meaning-making: two case studies.
Volume 26, Number 6, December 2010 Editorial
Pedagogical Use of ICT Worldwide
, Tjeerd Plomp
: Innovative ICT-supported pedagogical practices: results from the international study of information technology in education.
: Teacher factors associated with innovative curriculum goals and pedagogical practices: differences between extensive and non-extensive ICT-using science teachers.
: Innovative pedagogical practice with ICT in three Nordic countries - differences and similarities.
Sarah J. Howie
: ICT-supported pedagogical policies and practices in South Africa and Chile: emerging economies and realities.
: Educational technology - mapping the terrain with Bernstein as cartographer.
: Peer interaction: the experience of distance students at university level.