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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

2001 Volume 12, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Collaboration, Design, and Technology: Themes in the Architecture of Interactive Learning Environments

    Carmel McNAUGHT, RMIT University, Australia; Alan Amory, University of Natal, South Africa

    pp. 149-152

  2. Technologies Supporting Highly Interactive Learning Resources on the Web: An Analysis

    Barney Dalgarno, Charles Sturt University, Australia

    Advances in desktop computer technology have made possible the development of interactive learning resources, which allow the learner to explore, experiment, and construct within graphical ... More

    pp. 153-171

  3. Formative Evaluation of Synchronous CMC Systems for a Learner-Centered Online Course

    C. Candace Chou, University of Hawaii, United States

    This research used formative evaluation methods to examine a number of synchronous computer-mediated communication (CMC) systems for online learning. CMC systems provide an ideal venue for both... More

    pp. 173-192

  4. Speculations on Design Team Interactions

    John Hedberg, University of Wollongong, Australia; Rod Sims, Deakin University, Australia

    This article examines the design approaches possible with modern views of learning and the outcomes being achieved. It speculates that new types of design dialogues are impor-tant if the products... More

    pp. 193-208

  5. A Case Study of the Development and Project Management of a Web/CD Hybrid Application

    Rob Phillips, Murdoch University, Australia

    This article discusses the process of developing educational-ly effective interactive learning environments in the context of a case study of a staff development program about out-comes- based... More

    pp. 229-247

  6. Building an Educational Adventure Game: Theory, Design, and Lessons

    Alan Amory, University of Natal, South Africa

    Creation of complex educational software involves many differ-ent activities that include the use of appropriate educational ped-agogy, development of resources, software creation and author-ing.... More

    pp. 249-263

  7. WebLearn: A Common Gateway Interface (CGI)-Based Environment for Interactive Learning

    George Fernandez, RMIT University, Australia

    Much has been said about the multimedia capabilities of the World Wide Web (WWW or Web), and the new possibilities that this offers to deliver media elements such as video, sound, ani-mations, ... More

    pp. 265-280

  8. The Adoption and Diffusion of Web Technologies into Mainstream Teaching

    GRAEME SALTER & STEVE HANSEN, University of Western Sydney, Australia

    This article discusses various adoption and diffusion frame-works and methodologies to enhance the use of web technol-ogies by teaching staff. It covers a descriptive framework based heavily on... More

    pp. 281-299

  9. ADILE: Architecture of a Database-Supported Learning Environment

    Gerrit W. Hiddink, University of Twente, Netherlands

    This article proposes an architecture for distributed learning environments that use databases to store learning material. As the layout of learning material can inhibit reuse, the ar-chitecture... More

    pp. 301-319