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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

April 2012 Volume 23, Number 2

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. The Impact of Anonymous and Assigned Use of Student Response Systems on Student Achievement

    Dawn Poole, California State University, Stanislaus, United States

    This study examined the impact of two approaches to use of student response systems (SRSs) on achievement in a study designed to better understand effective use of the devices. One condition was... More

    pp. 101-112

  2. A Visual Haptic System for Children with Learning Disabilities: Software and Hardware Design Considerations

    Neeraja Subrahmaniyan, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, University at Buffalo, United States; Swetha Krishnaswamy, Department of Rehabilitation Science, University at Buffalo, United States; Ashirwad Chowriappa & Govindarajan Srimathveeravalli, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University at Buffalo, United States; Ann Bisantz, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, University at Buffalo, United States; Linda Shriber, Department of Rehabilitation Science, University at Buffalo, United States; Thenkurussi Kesavadas, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineerin, United States

    Research has shown that children with learning disabilities exhibit considerable challenges with visual motor integration. While there are specialized Occupational Therapy interventions aimed at... More

    pp. 113-141

  3. Interactive Simulator Training in Civil Construction: Evaluation from the Trainer’s Perspective

    Jennifer Tichon & Phil Diver, The University of Queensland, Australia

    The popularity of simulators to augment training programs for operators of heavy machinery has been growing across several industries including mining, rail and more recently construction. High... More

    pp. 143-163

  4. The Effects of Visual Cues and Learners’ Field Dependence in Multiple External Representations Environment for Novice Program Comprehension

    Liew Tze Wei, Multimedia University, Malaysia; Salam Sazilah, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia

    This study investigated the effects of visual cues in multiple external representations (MER) environment on the learning performance of novices’ program comprehension. Program codes and flowchart ... More

    pp. 165-189