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International Journal on E-Learning

January 2012 Volume 11, Number 1

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Outsourcing Systems Development for e-Learning Applications

    Cornelia Brodahl & Heidi Oftedahl, University of Agder, Norway

    This study investigated outsourcing of the development of visual, animated and interactive learning objects for mathematics education by a Norwegian university to software vendors in China. It... More

    pp. 5-22

  2. The pedagogical-technological divide and the elephant in the room

    Jon Dron, Athabasca University, Canada

    ** Invited as a paper from E-Learn 2009 ** There is a widely held belief in e-learning circles that pedagogy must come before technology. In this paper it is argued that, not only is that not true... More

    pp. 23-38

  3. An E-Learning Collaborative Environment:Learning within a Masters in Education

    Natheem Hendricks, University of the Western Cape, South Africa

    This article contributes to the debate about e-learning as a form of adult education. It is based on the experiences of South African students, describes and analyses group interaction in an... More

    pp. 39-53

  4. A Comprehensive Approach of E-learning Design for Effective Learning Transfer

    Doo Hun Lim, University of Oklahoma, United States

    Literature indicates that there is limited research on the national and organizational level decision processes to develop and deliver e-learning programs. In this paper, existing e-learning... More

    pp. 55-71

  5. A preliminary evaluation of instructional effectiveness of online training implemented at a government agency in Thailand

    Supawan Supanakorn-Davila & Doris U. Bolliger, University of Wyoming, United States

    Online training has become popular in the professional development of government employees in Thailand. One large government agency developed an online program to provide training to its employees ... More

    pp. 73-94

  6. A mathematical analysis of semantic maps, with theoretical and applied implications for blended learning software

    Michael Tang, University of Colorado Denver, United States; Hyerle David, Thinking Maps, United States; Roxanne Byrne, University of Colorado Denver, United States; John Tran, Ratheon Corporation, Boston MA, United States

    This paper is a mathematical (Boolean) analysis a set of cognitive maps called Thinking Maps ®, based on Albert Upton’s semantic principles developed in his seminal works, Design for Thinking (1961... More

    pp. 95-104