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Interactive Learning Environments

2014 Volume 22, Number 6

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Number of articles: 8

  1. A Context-Aware Ubiquitous Learning Approach for Providing Instant Learning Support in Personal Computer Assembly Activities

    Ching-Kun Hsu & Gwo-Jen Hwang

    Personal computer assembly courses have been recognized as being essential in helping students understand computer structure as well as the functionality of each computer component. In this study, ... More

    pp. 687-703

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  2. Expanding "Within Context" to "Across Contexts" Learning: A Case Study of Informal and Formal Activities

    Mi Song Kim, Wei Loong David Hung, Azilawati Bte Jamaludin & Seo Hong Lim

    Learning happens not only in schools, but also in every context that affords new experiences and opportunities for metacognition. We aim to maximize the different activity-milieux in which learners... More

    pp. 704-720

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  3. A Comparison of Learning Management Systems in a School District: Searching for the Ideal Personalized Integrated Educational System (PIES)

    Zahide Yildirim, Charles M. Reigeluth, Seolim Kwon, Yuichi Kageto & Zihang Shao

    This study explored the use of several learning management systems (LMS), their benefits, and their limitations in relation to the desired characteristics of an ideal Personalized Integrated... More

    pp. 721-736

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  4. A Quasi-Experimental Study of a Blended Course Integrated with Refined Web-Mediated Pedagogy of Collaborative Learning and Self-Regulated Learning

    Chia-Wen Tsai

    Innovative teaching methods integrated with web technologies have been increasingly used in higher education. However, there are few studies discussing effective web-mediated teaching methods for... More

    pp. 737-751

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  5. Structural Relationships among Self-Regulated Learning, Learning Flow, Satisfaction, and Learning Persistence in Cyber Universities

    Young Ju Joo, Sunyoung Joung & Jiyeon Kim

    Learning persistence in a cyber-learning environment is not only an index determining the success or failure of individual learners but also a source of important information to establish the... More

    pp. 752-770

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  6. Using Machine-Learning and Visualisation to Facilitate Learner Interpretation of Source Material

    Annika Wolff, Paul Mulholland & Zdenek Zdrahal

    This paper describes an approach for supporting inquiry learning from source materials, realised and tested through a tool-kit. The approach is optimised for tasks that require a student to make... More

    pp. 771-788

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  7. A Delphi Investigation into Future Trends in E-Learning in Israel

    Noa Aharony & Jenny Bronstein

    The purpose of this study is to investigate the views and opinions of e-learning experts regarding future trends in the e-learning arena. The Delphi technique was chosen as a method of study. This ... More

    pp. 789-803

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  8. Blended/Hybrid Courses: A Review of the Literature and Recommendations for Instructional Designers and Educators

    Samuel A. Helms

    This article explores some of the literature on blended/hybrid learning and identifies recommendations for instructional designers and faculty. Terminology and definitions are discussed first... More

    pp. 804-810

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