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Olasina, Gbolahan – Interactive Learning Environments, 2019
It is significant to highlight that educational technologies cannot improve academic performance if they are not widely accepted and used. Unfortunately, the decision not to accept e-learning continues to be a fundamental issue. The current research provided an alternative lens to view a decision to accept and use technology in a developing…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Decision Making, Adoption (Ideas), Undergraduate Students
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Halimi, Khaled; Seridi-Bouchelaghem, Hassina; Faron-Zucker, Catherine – Interactive Learning Environments, 2014
Compared with learning in classrooms, classical e-learning systems are less adaptive and once a system that supports a particular strategy has been designed and implemented, it is less likely to change according to student's interactions and preferences. Remote educational systems should be developed to ensure as much as necessary the…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Learning Processes, Semantics, Student Interests
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McArdle, Gavin; Bertolotto, Michela – Interactive Learning Environments, 2012
Today, the Internet plays a major role in distributing learning material within third level education. Multiple online facilities provide access to educational resources. While early systems relied on webpages, which acted as repositories for learning material, nowadays sophisticated online applications manage and deliver learning resources.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Technology, Electronic Learning, Interaction
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Tseng, Kuo-Hung; Chang, Chi-Cheng; Lou, Shi-Jer – Interactive Learning Environments, 2012
This study aims to explore how high school students collaboratively solve problems in a web problem-based learning (WPBL) system in an 8-week digital logic course using discourse analysis. Employing in-depth interviews, this study also investigated the students' attitudes toward the WPBL system. The number of teaching assistants' responses had a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Web Based Instruction, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet
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Hwang, Wu-Yuin; Huang, Yueh-Min; Wu, Sheng-Yi – Interactive Learning Environments, 2011
The use of instant messaging to support e-learning will continue to gain importance because of its speed, effectiveness, and low cost. This study developed an MSN agent to mediate and facilitate students' learning in a Web-based course. The students' acceptance of the MSN agent and its effect on learning community identification and learning…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Feedback (Response), Web Based Instruction, Identification
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Yang, Stephen J. H.; Zhang, Jia; Su, Addison Y. S.; Tsai, Jeffrey J. P. – Interactive Learning Environments, 2011
Knowledge sharing in computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL) requires intensive social interactions among participants, typically in the form of annotations. An annotation refers to an explicit expression of knowledge that is attached to a document to reveal the conceptual meanings of an annotator's implicit thoughts. In this research, we…
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Computer Mediated Communication, Cooperative Learning, Multimedia Materials
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Lim, Wei-Ying; So, Hyo-Jeong; Tan, Seng-Chee – Interactive Learning Environments, 2010
While the growing prevalence of Web 2.0 in education opens up exciting opportunities for universities to explore expansive, new literacies practices, concomitantly, it presents unique challenges. Many universities are changing from a content delivery paradigm of eLearning 1.0 to a learner-focused paradigm of eLearning 2.0. In this article, we…
Descriptors: Models, Internet, Electronic Learning, Technology Uses in Education
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Casquero, Oskar; Portillo, Javier; Ovelar, Ramon; Benito, Manuel; Romo, Jesus – Interactive Learning Environments, 2010
Universities can offer eLearning 2.0 tools and services to learners while obtaining clear benefits from releasing the control over some learning content. This means a shift from the institution centred and monolithic model of traditional virtual learning environments (VLEs) to a more heterogeneous and open model. This article tries to plot an…
Descriptors: Web Sites, Learning Processes, Internet, Client Server Architecture
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Brown, Stephen – Interactive Learning Environments, 2010
This paper reflects on the current position of virtual learning environments (VLEs) in universities and speculates about likely future directions for e-learning. Using accepted models of technology innovation and looking at current Web trends, it considers the extent to which e-learning is truly embedded in institutions, how Web 2.0 is being used…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Higher Education, Educational Technology, Internet
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Liang, Hai-Ning; Sedig, Kamran – Interactive Learning Environments, 2009
Interactive learning environments (ILEs) are increasingly used to support and enhance instruction and learning experiences. ILEs maintain and display information, allowing learners to interact with this information. One important method of interacting with information is navigation. Often, learners are required to navigate through the information…
Descriptors: Computer Interfaces, Hypermedia, Models, Evaluation Methods
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Lubliner, David; Widmeyer, George; Deek, Fadi P. – Interactive Learning Environments, 2009
The objective of this study was to determine whether there was a quantifiable improvement in learning outcomes by integrating course materials in a 4-year baccalaureate program, utilizing a knowledge repository with a conceptual map that spans a discipline. Two new models were developed to provide the framework for this knowledge repository. A…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Concept Mapping, Focus Groups, Information Systems
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Olaniran, Bolanle A. – Interactive Learning Environments, 2009
This article explores Web 2.0 in interactive learning environments. Specifically, the article examines Web 2.0 as an interactive learning platform that holds potential, but is also limited by learning styles and cultural value preferences. The article explores the issue of control from both teacher and learner perspectives, and in particular the…
Descriptors: Learner Controlled Instruction, Cognitive Style, Values, Cultural Influences
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So, Hyo-Jeong; Seow, Peter; Looi, Chee Kit – Interactive Learning Environments, 2009
This article examines the potential of mobile computing and Web 2.0 technology to support knowledge building in formal and informal settings. Desktop-based knowledge building tools have limited affordances of supporting one-to-one access, learning "in situ," and seamless integration in and out of school environments. In this initial…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Urban Schools, Foreign Countries, Grade 4
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Jovanovic, Jelena; Gasevic, Dragan; Torniai, Carlo; Bateman, Scott; Hatala, Marek – Interactive Learning Environments, 2009
Today's technology-enhanced learning practices cater to students and teachers who use many different learning tools and environments and are used to a paradigm of interaction derived from open, ubiquitous, and socially oriented services. In this context, a crucial issue for education systems in general, and for Intelligent Learning Environments…
Descriptors: Models, Interaction, Educational Technology, Design Requirements