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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

April 2004 Volume 15, Number 2

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. When Computer-Supported Collaboration Means Computer-Supported Competition: Professional mediation as a model for collaborative learning

    David Williamson Shaffer, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States

    This paper analyzes collaboration in a computer-supported learning environment based on the professional practices of mediation and dispute resolution. In so doing, it explores the nature of... More

    pp. 101-115

  2. Patterns for e-learning content development

    Thayanithy Jegan & CHIKKANNAN ESWARAN, Multimedia University, Malaysia

    Content development plays a key role in e-learning. Designing of content with good interactivity is essential for an effective teaching and learning system. Development of such an interactive... More

    pp. 117-133

  3. Search Engine Technology Impetus for the Knowledge Revolution in Business Education

    Owen P. Hall, Jr., Pepperdine University, United States

    Two equally powerful forces are helping shape the future of business education. First is the growing requirement for competent business managers on a worldwide basis. Second are the changing... More

    pp. 135-146

  4. The Theoretical Framework for Designing Desktop Virtual Reality-Based Learning Environments

    Chwen Jen Chen, Seong Chong Toh & Wan Mohd Fauzy, University Science Malaysia, Malaysia

    This article describes the instructional design theoretical foundation of a desktop virtual reality-based learning environment aimed at complementing the current novice driver education system in... More

    pp. 147-167

  5. Lessons Learned Deploying a Digital Classroom

    Sami Rollins, Mount Holyoke College, United States; Kevin Almeroth, UC Santa Barbara, United States

    A number of university campuses have undertaken the development of digital classrooms that enable presentation of digital media and digital lecture recording. While educators from across... More

    pp. 169-185