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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

October 2003 Volume 14, Number 4

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Effects of Different Levels of Interaction on the Achievement and Motivational Perceptions of College Students in a Web-based Learning Environment

    Tianguang Gao, Ball State University, United States

    ABSTRACT: This study investigated the effects of learning materials with different interaction levels on achievement and motivational perceptions of college students in a web-based learning... More

    pp. 367-386

  2. Synchronous Communication and Higher-Order Thinking in a Tertiary Course in Occupational Therapy

    Merrolee Penman, Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand; Kwok-Wing Lai, School of Education, University of Otago, New Zealand

    The use of the Internet to deliver courses at tertiary level is growing steadily, with the Internet being seen as the ideal solution to a range of issues facing educators in the 21st century.... More

    pp. 387-404

  3. Creating a Conducive Learning Environment for the Effective Integration of ICT: Classroom Management Issues

    Cher Ping Lim, Yiong Hwee Teo, Myint Swe Khine, Ching Sing Chai, Shanti Divaharan & Philip Wong, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

    This article reports and discusses the findings of the collective case study of two primary schools in Singapore. It is part of a larger funded research project that examines and analyses where and... More

    pp. 405-423

  4. Assessing learning from hypertext: An individual differences perspective

    Martin Graff, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, United Kingdom

    From an instructional perspective, it is conceivable that employing an appropriate hypertext architecture should have the advantage of facilitating learning by representing logically the... More

    pp. 425-438

  5. Credibility of a simulation-based virtual laboratory: An exploratory study of learner judgments of verisimilitude

    Alexandre Francis, LICEF / Universite de Montreal, Canada; Marc Couture, Tele-universite, Canada

    Several studies have examined realism and instructional effectiveness of physical simulations. However, very few have touched on the question of their credibility or verisimilitude, from the user's... More

    pp. 439-464