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International Journal on E-Learning

2005 Volume 4, Number 3


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. The Octograph and E-Learning by Labyrinth-Cases

    Magid Al-Araki, Oslo University College

    This article maintains that labyrinth-cases of multiple outlets, although difficult, but pleasant to construct, are probably the way to go to strengthen computer-aided learning. The objective of... More

    pp. 281-298

  2. Towards a model for m-learning in Africa

    Tom H. Brown, University of Pretoria, South Africa

    Mobile learning (m-learning) is a natural extension of electronic learning (e-learning) and has the potential to make learning even more widely available and accessible than we are used to in... More

    pp. 299-315

  3. Personalized Learning Path Based on Metadata Standards

    Francesco Colace, Massimo De Santo & Mi Vento, Università degli Studi di Salerno, Italy

    Thanks to the technological improvements of recent years, distance education represents a real alternative or support to the traditional formative processes. The Internet allows the design of... More

    pp. 317-335

  4. Learning C With Adam

    Juan Gilbert, Dale-Marie Wilson & Priyanka Gupta, Auburn University, United States

    Studies have shown that when learning occurs in an environment that uses animated pedagogical agents and personalized instruction, the learner learns the material more deeply and can recall it... More

    pp. 337-350

  5. Group Formation for Web-Based Collaborative Learning with Personality Information

    Masateru Hishina, Tokyo International University, Japan; Roberto Okada, Miyagi University, Japan; Katsuaki Suzuki, Iwate Prefectural University, Japan

    ** Invited as a paper from E-Learn 2002 ** This article addresses the question of how to build human relations in web-based collaborative learning. Although the field of web-based education... More

    pp. 351-364

  6. EDUFORM – A Tool for Creating Adaptive Questionnaires

    Miikka Miettinen & Petri Nokelainen, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland; Jaakko Kurhila, University of Helsinki, Finland; Tomi Silander, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland; Henry Tirri, Nokia Research Center, Nokia Group, Finland

    Questionnaire data have many important uses, but is laborious for the subjects to provide. EDUFORM tries to alleviate this problem by enabling the creation of adaptive online questionnaires. The... More

    pp. 365-373