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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

July 2005 Volume 16, Number 3

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Design Methodology for the Implementation and Evaluation of a Scenario-Based Online Learning Environment

    Shirley Agostinho, Jim Meek & Jan Herrington, University of Wollongong, Australia

    A constant challenge facing university faculty and academics is determining how innovative and authentic elements, based on constructivist philosophy, can be manifested effectively in online... More

    pp. 229-242

  2. The Effect of Online Gaming, Cognition and Feedback Type in Facilitating Delayed Achievement of Different Learning Objectives

    Brian Cameron & Francis Dwyer, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

    Online and computer-based instructional gaming is becoming a viable instructional strategy at all levels of education. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of (a) gaming, (b) gaming ... More

    pp. 243-258

  3. How Low-Income Children Use the Internet at Home

    Linda Jackson, Alexander von Eye, Frank Biocca, Gretchen Barbatsis, Yong Zhao & Hiram Fitzgerald, Michigan State University, United States

    "** Invited as a paper from ED-MEDIA 2004 **" HomeNetToo is a longitudinal field study designed to examine home Internet use by low-income families in the United States. Participants were 140... More

    pp. 259-271

  4. The Effects of the Collaborative Representation Supporting Tool on Problem-Solving Processes and Outcomes in Web-Based Collaborative Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Environments

    Miyoung Lee, Florida State University, United States; Dong-sik Kim, Hanyang University, Korea (South)

    Web-based collaborative Problem-Based Learning (PBL) environments have great potential for learner improvement in solving ill-structured problems in practical situations. Web-based environments,... More

    pp. 273-293

  5. Applying Peer-To-Peer Technology to the Building of Distributed Educational Systems

    Gregory Leighton & Tomasz Müldner, Acadia University, Canada

    ** Invited as a paper from ED-MEDIA 2004 ** Existing educational systems built for cooperative and collaborative activities are most often based on the client/server paradigm of distributed... More

    pp. 295-315