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Editorial: Where are the new paradigms?
Ring fenced research: the case of computer-assisted learning in health sciences
Jacobs, Gabriel; Ip, Barry
A knowledge management technology architecture for educational research organisations: Scaffolding research projects and workflow processing
Muthukumar; Hedberg, John G.
Seeing is believing: the role of videoconferencing in distance learning
Users’ views about the usability of digital libraries
Koohang, Alex; Ondracek, James
Netskills and the current state of beliefs and practices in student learning: an assessment and recommendations
Murray, Liam; Hourigan, Triona; Jeanneau, Catherine; Chappell, Dominic
Three-dimensional virtual worlds and distance learning: two case studies of Active Worlds as a medium for distance education
Dickey, Michele D.
Managing content in e-learning environments
Mwanza, Daisy; Engeström, Yrjö
Do two heads search better than one? Effects of student collaboration on web search behaviour and search outcomes
Lazonder, Ard W.
Audiences’ judgements of speakers who use multimedia as a presentation aid: a contribution to training and assessment
Christie, Bruce; Collyer, Jenny
What campus-based students think about the quality and benefits of e-learning
Concannon, Fiona; Flynn, Antoinette; Campbell, Mark
Evolution of a laptop university: a case study
McVay, Gloria J.; Snyder, Kimberlee D.; Graetz, Kenneth A.
Issues in the adoption of broadband-enabled learning
Implementation and evaluation of computer-aided Mandarin phonemes training system for hearing-impaired students
Yang, Hui-Jen; Lay, Yun-Long
Strong statements about weak relationships: a comment on Richardson (2003)
Weak statements about strong relationships: a reply to Burt
Richardson, John T. E.
The ethical limitations of online grading systems
Fulda, Joseph S.
Teaching evolution using visual simulations
Kokol, Peter; Kokol, Marko; Dinevski, Dejan
The use of palmtop computers for learning: a review of the literature
Learning from the online learners
Arguing to learn
ICT – Integrating computers in teaching
Small group teaching
Una mirada psicoeducativa a los valores
The Aalborg PBL model
Teaching and learning with technology
Research methods in the social sciences
Humanizing information technology