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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Jun 15, 2005 Volume 31, Number 2

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Help-Seeking Experiences of Health Care Learners in a WebCT Online Graduate Study Program

    Sherri Melrose, Bonnie Shapiro, Carrie LaVallie & Carrie LaVallie

    This article presents findings from a qualitative research project that explored health care students’ activities related to seeking help within a masters program offered exclusively through a... More

  2. Asynchronous CMC, Collaboration and the Development of Critical Thinking in a Graduate Seminar in Applied Linguistics

    Zsuzsanna Abrams & Zsuzsanna Abrams

    A primary objective of graduate education, and often promoted by peer collaboration tasks, is the development of critical thinking skills. The present study compares how graduate students enrolled ... More

  3. Exploring Instructional Design Factors Prompting Reflective Thinking in Young Adolescents

    Hae-Deok Song, Tiffany Koszalka, Barbara Grabowski & Barbara Grabowski

    Reflective thinking is important to young adolescents as they develop their thinking skills. Various instructional methods have been recommended to support reflective thinking, yet the nature of... More

  4. Design-based Research and its Application to a Call Centre Innovation in Distance Education

    Terry Anderson & Terry Anderson

    Design-based research is proposed as a strategy to address the need for innovation in educational contexts. The article argues the case for increased and more effective research and development in ... More

  5. Implementation and Deployment of the IMS Learning Design Specification

    Gilbert Paquette, Olga Marino, Ileana De la Teja, Michel Lonard, Karin Lundgren-Cayrol, Julien Contamines & Julien Contamines

    Knowledge management in organizations, the learning objects paradigm, the advent of a new web generation, and the “Semantic Web” are major actual trends that reveal a potential for a renewed... More

  6. Taking Stock

    Michele Jacobsen & Michele Jacobsen

  7. A review of Learning by Doing, A Comprehensive Guide to Simulations, Computer Games, and Pedagogy in e-Learning and other Educational Experiences

    Katrin Becker & Katrin Becker

  8. A review of Online Collaborative Learning: Theory and Practice

    David Francis & David Francis