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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

1999 Volume 10, Number 1


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Using Situated Learning and Multimedia to Investigate Higher-Order Thinking

    Jan Herrington & R. Oliver, Edith Cowan University

    This paper describes a qualitative study into students' use of higher-order thinking as they use an interactive multimedia program based on a situated learning framework. The analysis of types of... More

    pp. 3-24

  2. Robotics as an Educational Tool

    Orazio Miglino, University of Naples, Italy; Henrik Hautop Lund, Aarhus University, Denmark; Maurizio Cardaci, University of Palermo, Italy

    This paper explores a new educational application of Piaget's theories of cognitive development, that is, the use, as a teaching tool, of physical robots conceived as artificial organisms. By using... More

    pp. 25-47

  3. Experiences With Interactive Remote Graduate Instruction in Beam Physics

    Béla Erdélyi, Jens Hoefkens & Martin Berz, Michigan State University, United States

    An Internet-based course in Beam Physics that is being offered by the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Michigan State University (MSU) is described. This course is part of the MSU Virtual... More

    pp. 49-58