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International Journal of Educational Telecommunications

1998 Volume 4, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. An Integrated Technology Adoption and Diffusion Model

    Lorraine Sherry, RMC Research Corporation, United States

    During the evaluation of the Boulder Valley Internet Project, members of RMC Research Corporation in Denver, Colorado, developed a structural model of technology adoption and diffusion that... More

    pp. 113-145

  2. Training Teachers for Distance Education Programs: Using Authentic and Meaningful Contexts

    Ron Oliver & Murray Lake, Edith Cowan University

    This paper describes a project in Western Australia in which teacher-education students needing to learn practical skills of, and a theoretical understanding about, audiographics as an... More

    pp. 147-169

  3. Design of the Network-Based Hypermedia Learning Environment

    David H.C. Du, University of Minnesota, United States; Yen-Jen Lee & Horng-Juing Lee, IXMICRO, United States; Wei-hsiu Ma, University of Minnesota, United States

    An effective network-based learning environment provides synchronous and asynchronous education to learners who are physically remote from or opt to telecommute to the base location of instruction.... More

    pp. 197-218

  4. Knowledge Awareness: Bridging Learners in a Collaborative Learning Environment

    Hiroaki Ogata & Yoneo Yano, Tokushima University, Japan

    This paper describes knowledge awareness (KA), a new concept for inducing collaboration in an open-ended and collaborative learning environment. Sharlok (SHARing, Linking and lOoking for Knowledge)... More

    pp. 219-236

  5. A Constructivist Look at Interaction and Collaboration via Computer Conferencing

    Karen L. Murphy & Mary Lu Epps, Texas A&M University, United States; Renee’ Drabier, University of Southern Colorado, United States

    Computer conferencing has become an increasingly important tool in university course delivery. This study addresses ways in which computer conferencing impacted interaction and collaboration... More

    pp. 237-261

  6. Email Dialogue Journaling in an English as a Second Language (ESL) Reading and Writing Classroom

    Yu-mei Wang, University of Guam, Guam

    This case study involved designing an electronic-based environment to explore the effectiveness of electronic mail (email) as a writing tool for dialogue journaling. The setting for this study was ... More

    pp. 263-287