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International Journal of Distance Education Technologies

2009 Volume 7, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. The Construction of an Ontology-Based Ubiquitous Learning Grid

    Ching-Jung Liao, Chien-Chih Chou & Jin-Tan David Yang

    The purpose of this study is to incorporate adaptive ontology into ubiquitous learning grid to achieve seamless learning environment. Ubiquitous learning grid uses ubiquitous computing environment ... More

    pp. 1-25

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  2. A Systematic Framework of Virtual Laboratories Using Mobile Agent and Design Pattern Technologies

    Yi-Hsung Li, Chyi-Ren Dow, Cheng-Min Lin, Sheng-Chang Chen & Fu-Wei Hsu

    Innovations in network and information technology have transformed traditional classroom lectures into new approaches that have given universities the opportunity to create a virtual laboratory.... More

    pp. 26-43

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  3. E-Learning Practice and Experience at Waseda E-School: Japan's First Undergraduate Degree-Awarding Online Program

    Shoji Nishimura, Douglass J. Scott & Shogo Kato

    In 2003, the School of Human Sciences, Waseda University, Japan, established the e-School, Japan's first complete undergraduate correspondence courses enabling students to acquire their bachelor... More

    pp. 44-62

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  4. Effect of Teaching Using Whole Brain Instruction on Accounting Learning

    Li-Tze Lee & Jason C. Hung

    McCarthy (1985) constructed the 4MAT teaching model, an eight step instrument developed in 1980, by synthesizing Dewey's experiential learning, Kolb's four learning styles, Jung's personality types... More

    pp. 63-84

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  5. A New Diagnostic Mechanism of Instruction: A Dynamic, Real-Time and Non-Interference Quantitative Measurement Technique for Adaptive E-Learning

    Pi-Shan Hsu, Te-Jeng Chang & Ming-Hsiung Wu

    The level of learners' expertise has been used as a metric and diagnostic mechanism of instruction. This metric influences mental effort directly according to the applications of cognitive load... More

    pp. 85-96

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