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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

2000 Volume 11, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Structured Support versus Learner Choice via the World Wide Web (WWW): Where is the Payoff?


    In this exploratory study, students were given the choice of two forms of participation in a course. One form involved structured instructor support, in which the students were required to sub... More

    pp. 131-162

  2. Building Interactive World Wide Web (Web) Learning Environments to Match and Support Individual Learning Differences

    C. VICTOR BUNDERSON & MARGARET MARTINEZ, Brigham Young University, United States

    This investigation examined individual learning differences and adaptive learning in interactive World Wide Web (Web or WWW) learning environments from a new perspective. This per-spective ... More

    pp. 163-195

  3. The Use and Effects of Web-Based Instruction: Evidence From a Single-Source Study

    JONATHAN J. H. ZHU, MICHAEL STOKES & Amy X. Y. Lu, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    Although Web-based instruction (WBI) has been widely herald-ed for its effective, efficient, and enjoyable functions for teaching and learning, there is little solid evidence for the... More

    pp. 197-218

  4. Individualizing Instruction in a Web-Based Hypermedia Learning Environment: Nonlinearity, Advance Organizers, and Self-Regulated Learners

    Thomas Fox Mcmanus, Saginaw Valley Sate University

    This study attempted to determine what combination of nonlin-earity and advance organizers worked best for learners with giv-en levels of self-regulation. While the results of the study showed... More

    pp. 219-251