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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

April 2005 Volume 16, Number 2

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Supporting Problem-solving Performance Through the Construction of Knowledge Maps

    Amy L. Baylor, Youngmin Lee & David W. Nelson, Florida State University, United States

    ** Invited as a paper from E-Learn 2003 ** The purpose of this article is to provide five empirically-derived guidelines for knowledge map construction tools that facilitate problem solving. First... More

    pp. 117-131

  2. Elicitation Support Requirements of Multi-Expertise Teams

    Marlies Bitter-Rijpkema, Open Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen, Netherlands; Rob Martens, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands; Wim Jochems, Open Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen, Netherlands

    Tools to support knowledge elicitation are more and more used in situations where employees or students collaborate using the computer. Studies indicate that there exist differences between experts... More

    pp. 133-154

  3. A Taxonomy of Learning Through Asynchronous Discussion

    Dave S. Knowlton, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, United States

    This article presents a five-tiered taxonomy that describes the nature of participation in, and learning through, asynchronous discussion. The taxonomy is framed by a constructivist view of... More

    pp. 155-177

  4. Patterns of Guidance in Inquiry Learning

    Marjaana Veermans, University of Turku, Finland; Jiri Lallimo & Kai Hakkarainen, University of Helsinki, Finland

    The purpose of this case study was to examine teacher’ s guidance of inquiry learning project in an ordinary elementary-school classroom. The participants in the study were 21 Finnish grade 4... More

    pp. 179-194

  5. Reliability and factor structure of the Attitude Toward Tutoring Agent Scale (ATTAS)

    Amy B. Adcock, Old Dominion University, United States; Richard N. Van Eck, University of North Dakota, United States

    Pedagogical agents are gaining acceptance as effective learning tools (Baylor & Ryu, 2003; Moreno, Mayer, Spires & Lester 2001; Moreno, 2004). The increase in the use of agents highlights the need ... More

    pp. 195-217