Πέμπτη, 18 Οκτωβρίου 2012

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)


  Vo.43, n°6, novembre 2012
  • Learning technology—redefining the field, Nick Rushby
  • Estimation of teacher practices based on text transcripts of teacher speech using a support vector machine algorithm, Roberto Araya, Francisco Plana, Pablo Dartnell, Jorge Soto-Andrade, Gina Luci, Elena Salinas and Marylen Araya
  • Digital or didactic: Using learning technology to confront the challenge of large cohort teaching, Fiona C. Saunders and Andrew W. Gale
  • Mandatory use of technology in teaching: Who cares and so what?, Alexander Seeshing Yeung, Peter G. Taylor, Chenri Hui, Audrey Cheausim Lam-Chiang and Ee-Ling Low
  • Predicting continued use of online teacher professional development and the influence of social presence and sociability, Jo Ann Smith and Stephen A. Sivo
  • Demonstrating online teaching in the disciplines. A systematic approach to activity design for online synchronous tuition, Janet Macdonald and Anne Campbell
  • Effective professional development for e-learning: What do the managers think?, Amy Wilson
  • The incorporation of ICT in higher education. The contribution of ROC curves in the graphic visualization of differences in the analysis of the variables, Ana García-Valcárcel Muñoz-Repiso and Francisco Javier Tejedor Tejedor
  • A practical model of development for China's National Quality Course Plan, Wang Long and Stian Håklev
  • An empirical study on behavioural intention to reuse e-learning systems in rural China, Yan Li, Yanqing Duan, Zetian Fu and Philip Alford
  • A taxonomy of virtual worlds usage in education, Ishbel Duncan, Alan Miller and Shangyi Jiang
  • Can verbalisers learn as well as visualisers in simulation-based CAL with predominantly visual representations? Preliminary evidence from a pilot study, Tzu-Chien Liu, Kinshuk, Yi-Chun Lin and Ssu-Chin Wang
  • Educational virtual environments as a lens for understanding both precise repeatability and specific variation in learning ecologies, Steven J. Zuiker
  • Assessing the effectiveness of a 3-D instructional game on improving mathematics achievement and motivation of middle school students, Haiyan Bai, Wei Pan, Astusi Hirumi and Mansureh Kebritchi
  • Investigating the roles of perceived playfulness, resistance to change and self-management of learning in mobile English learning outcome, Rui-Ting Huang, Syh-Jong Jang, Krisanna Machtmes and David Deggs
  • Stress in Japanese learners engaged in online collaborative learning in English, Insung Jung, Masayuki Kudo and Sook-Kyoung Choi
  • Using reflection triggers while learning in an online course, Dominique Verpoorten, Wim Westera and Marcus Specht
  • Multi-touch tables and collaborative learning, Steve Higgins, Emma Mercier, Liz Burd and Andrew Joyce-Gibbons
  • Could we make diverse learning materials compatible with e-readers used in classroom learning settings?, Shelley Shwu-Ching Young and Wei-Lin Lin
  • Can the use of web-based comic strip creation tool facilitate EFL learners' grammar and sentence writing?, Ferit Kılıçkaya and Jaroslaw Krajka
  • Redundancy effect on retention of vocabulary words using multimedia presentation, Yavuz Samur
 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bjet.2012.43.issue-6/issuetoc

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