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International Journal on E-Learning

September 2011 Volume 10, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. First Experiences With OLPC in European Classrooms

    Martin Ebner, Graz University of Technology, Austria; Johannes Dorfinger, University of Teacher Education Styria, Austria; Walther Neuper, Graz University of Technology, Austria

    ** Invited as a paper from E-Learn 2009 ** For many years now E-learning researchers have been discussing the use of laptops in educational settings. The One Laptop per Child project, (OLPC... More

    pp. 343-364

  2. Empowering Adaptive Lectures Through Activation of Intelligent and Web 2.0 Technologies

    Haitham El-Ghareeb & A. Riad, Faculty of Computers and Information Sciences, Mansoura University, Egypt

    Different Learning Paradigms can be presented by different educators as a result of utilizing several types of Information and Communication Technologies in the Learning Process. The three... More

    pp. 365-391

  3. High Enrollment Course Success Factors in Virtual School: Factors influencing student academic achievement

    Feng Liu & Cathy Cavanaugh, The University of Florida, United States

    This paper describes a study of success factors in high enrollment courses in a K-12 virtual school learning environment. The influence of variables: time student spent in the learning management... More

    pp. 393-418

  4. Exploring the Affordances of Second Life Machinima as an Anchor for Classroom-based Apprenticeship

    Nona Muldoon & Jennifer Kofoed, Central Queensland University, Australia

    "** Invited as a paper from ED-MEDIA 2009 **" The research reported in this paper is part of an ongoing investigation into the design of a technology-enhanced learning environment that draws... More

    pp. 419-439

  5. Analyzing User Interaction to Design an Intelligent e-Learning Environment

    Richa Sharma, University of Delhi, India

    Building intelligent course designing systems adaptable to the learners’ needs is one of the key goals of research in e-learning. This goal is all the more crucial as gaining knowledge in an e... More

    pp. 441-460

  6. Professional development for e-learning: Researching a strategy for New Zealand’s tertiary education sector

    Kerry Shephard, University of Otago, New Zealand; Juliana Mansvelt, Massey University, New Zealand; Sarah Stein, University of Otago, New Zealand; Gordon Suddaby, Massey University, New Zealand; Irene Harris, University of Otago, New Zealand; Duncan O'Hara, Massey University, New Zealand

    This collaborative research project devised a framework to support professional development for e-learning within New Zealand’s diverse and integrated tertiary education sector. The research was... More

    pp. 461-481