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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

July 2003 Volume 14, Number 3


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Investigation of the “Convince Me” Computer Environment as a Tool for Critical Argumentation about Public Policy Issues

    Stephen T. Adams, California State University, Long Beach, United States

    The Convince Me computer environment supports critical thinking by allowing users to create and evaluate computer-based representations of arguments. This study investigates theoretical and design ... More

    pp. 263-283

  2. The Effect of Interaction Levels on Student Performance: A Comparative Analysis of Web-Mediated versus Traditional Delivery

    Lowell M. Glenn, Christopher G. Jones & Jeff E. Hoyt, Utah Valley State College, United States

    This analysis examined the contrasts between online and traditional delivery methods in terms of the impact on student learning and satisfaction for similar course material. It built on the work of... More

    pp. 285-299

  3. Web-Based Learning Support for Experimental Design in Molecular Biology: A Top-Down Approach

    Tinri Aegerter-Wilmsen, Rob Hartog & Ton Bisseling, Wageningen University

    An important learning goal of a molecular biology curriculum is the attainment of a certain competence level in experimental design. Currently, undergraduate students are confronted with... More

    pp. 301-314

  4. Analysis and Design of Awareness Elements in Collaborative Digital Environments: A Case Study in the AulaNet Learning Environment

    Marco Aurelio Gerosa, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    In this paper an analysis is made about how awareness in digital learning environments relates to communication, coordination and cooperation and, consequently, collaboration. A collaboration model... More

    pp. 315-332

  5. A Case Study in an Integrated Development and Problem Solving Environment

    Fadi Deek, New Jersey Institute of Technologu, United States

    This article describes an integrated problem solving and program development environment, illustrating the application of the system with a detailed case study of a small-scale programming problem.... More

    pp. 333-359