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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

January 2005 Volume 16, Number 1


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. A Study of Collaborative Software Development Using Groupware Tools

    Joanna DeFranco Tommarello, Cabrini College, United States; Fadi Deek, New Jersey Institute of Technology, United States

    The experimental results of a collaborative problem solving and program development model that takes into consideration the cognitive and social activities that occur during software development is... More

    pp. 5-20

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  2. Web Search as Interactive Learning Environment for Graduation Projects

    Rina Zviel-Girshin, Open University Israel, Israel

    Presented a novel concept - Web Search and its environment as Interactive Learning Environment for Graduation Projects. This paper addresses the question of appropriate Learning Environment for... More

    pp. 21-30

  3. Enhancing Conceptual Learning Through Computer-Based Applets: The Effectiveness and Implications

    George Zhou, PhD., Wytze Brouwer & Norma Nocente, University of Alberta, Canada; Brian Martin, King’s University College, Canada

    Several Canadian Universities and colleges have been working together for years to build web accessible computer-based applets to help students learn physics concepts. This paper reports the... More

    pp. 31-49

  4. Children's Perspectives in a Game Programming Discourse

    Jakob Tholander, Stockholm University, Sweden

    In the Playground project we applied a constructionist learning perspective in order to build a computational learning environment in which children can design and build their own video games. We... More

    pp. 51-82

  5. Online Project-Based Learning: How Collaborative Strategies and Problem Solving Processes Impact Performance

    W. Randall Thomas, East Baton Rouge Arts and Technology School, United States; S. Kim MacGregor, Louisiana State University, United States

    The goal of this study was to gain insights into the interactions that occur in online communications in a project-based learning activity implemented in an undergraduate course. A multi-case study... More

    pp. 83-107