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Electronic Journal of e-Learning

2009 Volume 7, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. e-Learning Indicators: A Multi-Dimensional Model for Planning and Evaluating e-Learning Software Solutions

    Bekim Fetaji & Majlinda Fetaji

    As a number of recent studies suggest applications of networked computers in education have very inconsistent results ranging from success stories to complete failures. Literally, thousands of e... More

    pp. 1-28

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  2. Towards a Fusion of Formal and Informal Learning Environments: The Impact of the Read/Write Web

    Richard Hall

    The read/write web, or Web 2.0, offers ways for users to personalise their online existence, and to develop their own critical identities though their control of a range of tools. Exerting control ... More

    pp. 29-40

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  3. An e-Class in Action: Experiences with ICT-Intensive Teaching and Learning of Discrete Dynamical Models at Secondary School

    Andre Heck, Harm Houwing & Cor de Beurs

    In 2007, a small team of university and secondary school teachers jointly developed and piloted an e-class for 4th and 5th grade students (age: 16-17 yrs) at both pre-university and general... More

    pp. 41-53

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  4. Realizing Wisdom Theory in Complex Learning Networks

    Ayse Kok

    The word "wisdom" is rarely seen in contemporary technology and learning discourse. This conceptual paper aims to provide some clear principles that answer the question: How can we establish wisdom... More

    pp. 53-60

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  5. e-Learning Success Model: An Information Systems Perspective

    Anita Lee-Post

    This paper reports the observations made and experience gained from developing and delivering an online quantitative methods course for Business undergraduates. Inspired by issues and challenges... More

    pp. 61-70

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  6. Impact of Communication Patterns, Network Positions and Social Dynamics Factors on Learning among Students in a CSCL Environment

    Binod Sundararajan

    At present, it is difficult to assess the quality of learning in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) environments, because standard pretest and posttest measures do not capture the... More

    pp. 71-84

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