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Learning, Media and Technology

October 2005 Volume 30, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Learning to Design and Implement Educational Web Sites within Pre-Service Training: A Project-Based Learning Environment and Its Impact on Student Teachers

    Marina Papastergiou

    This paper reports on a project-based learning (PBL) environment targeted towards introducing student teachers to the design and development of educational web sites. The participants were 46... More

    pp. 263-279

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  2. JointZone: Users' Views of an Adaptive Online Learning Resource for Rheumatology

    Pat Maier, Ray Armstrong, Wendy Hall & Muan Hong Ng

    This paper describes an online learning resource for rheumatology that was designed for a wide constituency of users including primarily undergraduate medical students and health professionals.... More

    pp. 281-297

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  3. Virtual Learning Environments: Three Implementation Perspectives

    Christina Keller

    Universities worldwide offer web-based courses distributed by virtual learning environments (VLEs). A common theoretical framework for implementing VLEs is the pedagogical perspective of... More

    pp. 299-311

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  4. Outcomes of First Year Secondary Students in a Computer-Augmented Physics Program on Measurement

    Joel K. Kiboss & Meshach B. Ogunniyi

    Measurement is a foundational topic in secondary school physics that must be taught to all beginning secondary education students in Kenya. The secondary level offers education for students who are... More

    pp. 313-326

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