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Where do educational technologists really publish? An examination of successful emerging scholars’ publication outlets
Carr-Chellman, Alison A.
‘Blended’ education and the transformation of teachers: a long-term case study in postgraduate UK Higher Education
The use of ICT by adults with learning disabilities in day and residential services
Parsons, Sarah; Daniels, Harry; Porter, Jill; Robertson, Christopher
Reflecting on the think-aloud method for evaluating e-learning
Cotton, Deborah; Gresty, Karen
Discontinuities in university student experiences of learning through discussions
Ellis, Robert A.; Calvo, Rafael A.
Correlation between academic and skills-based tests in computer networks
The equivalence of online and traditional testing for different subpopulations and item types
Incorporating partial credit in computer-aided assessment of Mathematics in secondary education
Ashton, Helen S.; Beevers, Cliff E.; Korabinski, Athol A.; Youngson, Martin A.
Media effectiveness, essentiality, and amount of study: a mathematical model
An investigation of the situated learnability effects of single- and dual-modal systems in education: a report of music-oriented learning environment and science computer-assisted teaching studies
Truman, Sylvia M.; Truman, Philip J.
Communities of practice: an alternative learning model for knowledge creation
Volume 36: January–November 2005