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International Journal on E-Learning

2004 Volume 3, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Generating User-Tailored Descriptions of Online Educational Resources

    Diana Bental, School of Mathematical and Computer Science, Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom; Alison Cawsey & Bruce Eddy, Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom

    Tailored descriptions of online educational resources can support users searching for educational resources on the World Wide Web (WWW) by helping them to assess for themselves the relevance and... More

    pp. 5-14

  2. Teachnology: Web-Based Instruction’s Dual Environment

    Vicki Williams, Pennsylvania State University–Harrisburg, United States

    To involve learners in any form of distance instruction, we ask them to cope with multiple environments. In web-based instruction (WBI), there is the technology environment and the learning... More

    pp. 15-20

  3. The evaluation of forms of assessment using n-dimensional filtering

    Jon Dron & Chris Boyne, University of Brighton, United Kingdom; Richard Mitchell, Inferdata, United States

    ** Invited as a paper from E-Learn 2002 ** This paper describes the use of the CoFIND (Collaborative Filter in N Dimensions) system to evaluate two assessment styles. CoFIND is a resource database ... More

    pp. 21-28

  4. Modules and Information Retrieval Facilities of the Human Use Regulatory Affairs Advisor (HURAA)

    Arthur C. Graesser & Xiangen Hu, University of Memphis, United States; Natalie K. Person, Rhodes College, United States; G. Tanner Jackson, University of Memphis, United States; Jozsef A. Toth, Institute for Defense Analyses, United States

    The Human Use Regulatory Affairs Advisor (HURAA) is an Internet facility that provides help and training on the ethical use of human subjects in research, based on documents and regulations in... More

    pp. 29-39

  5. Psychology student opinion of virtual reality as a tool to educate about schizophrenia

    Jennifer Tichon, University of Queensland, Australia; Jennifer Loh, niversity of Queensland, Australia; Robert King, University of Queensland, Australia

    Virtual Reality (VR) techniques are increasingly being used in e-health education, training and in trial clinical programs in the treatment of certain types of mental illness. Undergraduate... More

    pp. 40-46

  6. Data Mining Technology for the Evaluation of Learning Content Interaction

    Claus Pahl, Dublin City University, Ireland

    Interactivity is central for the success of learning. In e-learning and other educational multimedia environments, the evaluation of interaction and behaviour is particularly crucial. Data mining –... More

    pp. 47-55