Educational Technology & Society

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International Forum of Educational Technology & Society

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IEEE Learning Technology Task Force

  Vol. 6 No. 2 April 2003

ISSN  1436-4522



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Formal discussion summaries      


A theory for eLearning
Moderator and Summarizer: Mark Nichols

1-10 HTML PDF
         
         
Full length articles      


Towards a Pattern Language for Learning Management Systems
Paris Avgeriou, Andreas Papasalouros, Symeon Retalis and Manolis Skordalakis

11-24 HTML PDF
         
  Uncovering the Provisos behind Flexible Learning
Der-Thanq Chen
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  An Evaluation Instrument for Hypermedia Courseware
Georgiadou Elissavet and Anastasios A. Economides
31-44 HTML PDF
         
  Students' attitudes toward the use of the Internet for learning: A study at a university in Malaysia
Kian-Sam Hong, Abang Ahmad Ridzuan and Ming-Koon Kuek
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  Technology Acceptance and Social Networking in Distance Learning
Jae-Shin Lee, Hichang Cho, Geri Gay, Barry Davidson and Anthony Ingraffea
50-61 HTML PDF
         
  WebCT and Online Assessment: The best thing since SOAP?
Den Pain and Judy Le Heron
62-71 HTML PDF
         
         
Book reviews      


Facilitating Online Learning: Effective Strategies for Moderators
Reviewer: Donnie Kirk
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  Education and Artificial Intelligence or Foundations of Modern Didactics of University Education (in Russian)
Reviewer: Alexei Tretiakov
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