Volume 1, Number 1, March 2006
, Jeremy Roschelle
, Sherry Hsi
, Mike Sharples
, Tom Brown
, Charles Patton
, John C. Cherniavsky
, Roy D. Pea
, Cathie Norris
, Elliot Soloway
, Nicolas Balacheff
, Marlene Scardamalia
, Pierre Dillenbourg
, Chee-Kit Looi
, Marcelo Milrad
, Heinz Ulrich Hoppe
: One-to-One Technology-Enhanced Learning: an Opportunity for Global Research Collaboration.
: Supporting Reflection on Learning with a Web Environment in Australian Preservice Teacher Education Classes.
Volume 1, Number 2, July 2006
: Sustaining Group Cognition in a Math Chat Environment.
Daniel D. Suthers
: A Qualitative Analysis of Collaborative Knowledge Construction through Shared Representations.
: Rethinking curriculum: Achieving Qualitatively Different Outcomes Using Information Technologies.
: Leveraging Technology for Educational Reform and Pedagogical Innovation: Policies and Practices in Hong Kong and Singapore.
: Centralized System in Japan May suffer from Additional Factors like the Language Divide: Comments on Halverson & Collins.
Shelley Shwu-Ching Young
: Diffusion of Information Technology for Education in Taiwan: Reflections and Concerns in Response to Halverson and Collins' Paper.
Volume 1, Number 3, November 2006
, Alan Amory
: Multicultural Issues in the Design of Learning Technologies - Guest Editors' Introduction.
: Framing Writing Support Online for an International Student Population.
: Chinese Learners and Online Discussions: New Opportunities for Multicultural Classrooms.
: Boundaries and Accountabilities in Computer-Assisted Ethnobotany.