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

Feb 15, 2006 Volume 32, Number 1

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Considerations for producing re-usable and sustainable educational streaming materials

    Gayle Calverley & Gayle Calverley

    Useful lifetime of educational materials should be defined by their continuing ability to help meet defined learning objectives. More often lifetime is compromised by changes in the educational... More

  2. Finding space for technology: Pedagogical observations on the organization of computers in school environments

    Jennifer Jenson, Chloë Rose & Chloë Rose

    With the large-scale acquisition and installation of computer and networking hardware in schools across Canada, a major concern has been where to locate these new technologies and whether and how... More

  3. Optional online quizzes: College student use and relationship to achievement

    Genevieve Johnson & Genevieve Johnson

    Online practice tests and quizzes are commonly available to higher education students. The extent of student use of such study tools and the relationship of use to achievement, however, have not... More

  4. Using asynchronous online discussion to learn introductory programming: An exploratory analysis

    Robin Kay & Robin Kay

    Previous research on online discussions has focused on university students learning higher level subjects. The purpose of the current study was to examine whether online discussions could be used... More

  5. Shadow netWorkspace: An open source intranet for learning communities

    James Laffey, Dale Musser & Dale Musser

    Shadow netWorkspace (SNS) is a web application system that allows a school or any type of community to establish an intranet with network workspaces for all members and groups. The goal of SNS has ... More

  6. Concevoir des modèles de sites Web éducatifs en utilisant IMS Learning Design / Designing educational Web site models using IMS Learning Design

    Ecaterina Pacurar, Philippe Trigano, Sorin Alupoaie & Sorin Alupoaie

    Dans le cadre de cette recherche, a été développé le guide interactif CEPIAH (Conception et Evaluation des Produits Interactifs pour l’Apprentissage Humain) accessible sur le Web, composé de trois ... More

  7. Creating appropriate online learning environments for female health professionals

    Marise Pinheiro, Katy Campbell, Sandra Hirst, Eugene Krupa & Eugene Krupa

    In this study, the experiences of seven female health professionals learning online are examined and, in this context, the implications for online course designs and future research are discussed. ... More

  8. Ubiquitous technology integration in Canadian public schools: Year one study

    Jennifer Sclater, Fiore Sicoly, Philip Abrami, C Wade & C Wade

    The current investigation was an exploration of the first year of a multi-year project designed to provide every Grade 3 to Grade 11 student throughout an English school board in Quebec with a... More

  9. Publishing diverse perspectives and key issues in educational technology

    Michele Jacobsen & Michele Jacobsen

  10. Concevoir des modles de sites Web ducatifs en utilisant IMS Learning Design / Designing educational Web site models using IMS Learning Design

    Ecaterina Pacurar, Philippe Trigano & Sorin Alupoaie

    Dans le cadre de cette recherche, a t dvelopp le guide interactif CEPIAH (Conception et Evaluation des Produits Interactifs pour l’Apprentissage Humain) accessible sur le Web, compos de trois... More

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