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European Journal of Education

2006 Volume 41, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Self-Regulated Learning in a TELE at the Universite de Technologie de Compiegne: An Analysis from Multiple Perspectives

    Philippe Trigano

    Self-regulation has become a very important topic in the field of learning and instruction. At the same time, the introduction of new technologies in the field of Information and Communication... More

    pp. 381-395

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  2. SRL in Online Cooperative Learning: Implications for Pre-Service Teacher Training

    Giuliana Dettori, Tania Giannetti & Donatella Persico

    The aim of this article is to investigate the relation between self-regulated learning and online collaborative environments. Based on the study of a blended course for trainee teachers, it... More

    pp. 397-414

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  3. Motivating School Teachers to Learn: Can ICT Add Value?

    Roberto Carneiro

    The article summarises the main findings from a study on school teachers who enrolled on a technology-rich graduate training programme. It features the impact of a distance education environment,... More

    pp. 415-435

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  4. Self-Regulated Learning and New Literacies: An Experience at the University of Barcelona

    Cilia Willem, Martin Aiello & Antonio Bartolome

    This article summarises the findings from an evaluation of a Media Literacy course at the University of Barcelona. It focuses on some aspects of Self-Regulation and on the learning environment used... More

    pp. 437-452

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  5. Self-Regulated Learning and Open Writing

    Rune Baggetun & Barbara Wasson

    In our study, we describe a situation where students take ownership of their learning and, on their own initiative, use digital tools actively in their learning activities. In our research we were ... More

    pp. 453-472

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  6. Do Enhanced Communication Technologies Inhibit or Facilitate Self-Regulated Learning?

    Philip Banyard, Jean Underwood & Alison Twiner

    The assumption tested here is whether the introduction of enhanced communication technologies in the form of high-speed broadband connectivity has removed or ameliorated any of the barriers to... More

    pp. 473-489

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  7. Europe and Flanders: Partners in E-Learning? A Comparison of Public Policies, Part II

    Katie Goeman

    Working towards e-learning success in higher education, i.e. the institution-wide acceptance and use of ICT applications for teaching and learning purposes, means choosing an approach of "least... More

    pp. 521-538

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