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International Journal on E-Learning

2002 Volume 1, Number 2

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Forging Links Between “Communities of Practice” and Schools Through Online Learning Communities: Implications for Appropriating and Negotiating Knowledge

    David Hung, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

    In this paper, we suggest how links between schools and communities of practice can be forged through networked on-line learning communities. We recognize that efforts have already been made to... More

    pp. 23-33

  2. The Measurement of Social Presence in an Online Learning Environment

    Chih-Hsiung Tu, George Washington University, United States

    Social presence is a critical social factor to be examined in distance education. The existing instrument, developed for non-computer-mediated communication, is unable to measure social presence... More

    pp. 34-45

  3. Leadership and Conflict Management Support in a Cooperative Telelearning Environment

    Richard Hotte, Télé-université, Université du Québec, Canada; Samuel Pierre, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada

    This article presents a cooperative telelearning support environment which ensures pedagogical assistance from a distance. This environment is built on a concept of leader, that is, a resource ... More

    pp. 46-59

  4. A Constructivist Approach to Web Course Design, A Review of the Literature

    Dan L. Hobbs, Idaho State University, United States

    This article will review quantitative and qualitative research that has been performed for the analysis of web course design. It was written in consequence of a literary review of the pedagogy to... More

    pp. 60-65

  5. An Adaptive and Cooperative Telelearning System: SMART-Learning

    M. Amine Benkiran, UFR Réseaux Informatique et Multimédia, Ecole Mohammadia d'Ingénieurs (EMI), Morocco; Rachida Ajhoun, Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'? Informatique et d'? Analyses des Systèmes (ENSIAS) and UFR Réseaux Informatique et Multimédia, Morocco

    To benefit more from the advantages of asynchronous telelearning, we propose an approach directed towards the adaptability of the course to the learner. Indeed, all learners have a profile... More

    pp. 66-72