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Shannon Kennedy-Clark. Designing Failure to Encourage Success: productive failure in a multi-user virtual environment

 

16

Athanasios Mazarakis. Is Too Much Proximity Harming? –Revisions of the Split-Attention Effect

 

27

Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Eduardo Gómez-Sánchez, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo and Juan I. Asensio-Pérez. Grid Service-Based Benchmarking Tool for Computer Architecture Courses

 

28

Olga De Troyer, Frederic Kleinermann, Bram Pellens and Ahmed Ewais. Supporting Virtual Reality in an Adaptive Web-based Learning Environment

 

31

Tri Duc Tran, Christophe Marsala, Bernadette Bouchon-Meunier and Georges-Marie Putois. A model to manage learner’s motivation: a use-case for an academic schooling intelligent assistant.

 

40

Stefanie Lindstaedt, Robert de Hoog and Mario Aehnelt. Supporting the Learning Dimension of Knowledge Work

 

42

Almudena Ruiz-Iniesta, Guillermo Jimenez-Diaz and Mercedes Gomez-Albarran. User-adaptive Recommendation Techniques in Repositories of Learning Objects: Combining Long-term and Short-term Learning Goals

 

44

Maura Cerioli and Marina Ribaudo. Great is the enemy of good: is perfecting specific courses harmful to global curricula performances?

 

46

Katerina Zdravkova, Mirjana Ivanovic and Zoran Putnik. Evolution of Professional Ethics courses from Web Supported Learning towards E-learning 2.0

 

53

Lamia Berkani and Azeddine Chikh. Towards an ontology for supporting Communities of Practice of E-learning “CoPEs”: A conceptual model

 

58

Francesca Pozzi. Using collaborative techniques in virtual learning communities

 

66

Andreas Gegenfurtner, Markus Nivala, Roger Säljö and Erno Lehtinen. Capturing individual and institutional change: Exploring horizontal versus vertical transitions in technology-rich environments

 

69

Adeline Leblanc and Marie-Helene Abel. A Platform Based on Semantic Web and Web2.0 as Organizational Learning Support

 

70

Dimitra Tsovaltzi, Erica Melis, Bruce McLaren, Michael Dietrich, Georgi Goguadze and Ann-Kristin Meyer. Effects of Using Erroneous Examples for Technology Enhanced Learning in the Classroom

 

83

Ravi Vatrapu. Towards a Theory of Socio-Technical Interactions in Technology Enhanced Learning

 

89

Nicolas Weber, Karin Schoefegger, Jenny Bimrose, Tobias Ley, Stefanie Lindstaedt, Alan Brown and Sally-Anne Barnes. Knowledge Maturing in the Semantic MediaWiki: A design study in career guidance

 

94

Hsiu-Ling Chen. Internet self-efficacy and behavior in integrating the Internet into instruction: A study of vocational high school teachers in Taiwan

 

95

Furio Belgiorno, Delfina Malandrino, Ilaria Manno, Giuseppina Palmieri and Vittorio Scarano. Computer-supported WebQuests

 

96

Ruben Miguez, Juan M. Santos and Luis Anido. A Semantic-based Framework to Support Recommendation and Competence Management in Early Care Settings

 

97

Claudio Tosatto and Marco Gribaudo. An immersive history class

 

98

Iván Martínez-Ortiz, Jose-Luis Sierra-Rodríguez and Baltasar Fernández-Manjón. Language-Driven, Technology-Enhanced Instructional Systems Design

 

101

Rory Sie, Marlies Bitter-Rijpkema and Peter Sloep. The Influence of Coalition Formation on Idea Selection in Dispersed Teams: A Game Theoretic Approach

 

105

Boubekeur Zendagui. How to support the specification of observation needs by instructional designers: a learning-scenario-centered approach

 

108

Luis de la Fuente Valentín, Abelardo Pardo and Carlos Delgado Kloos. Using Third Party Services to Adapt Learning Material: a Case Study with Google Forms

 

112

C. Candace Chou. Virtual Worlds for Organization Learning and Communities of Practice

 

114

Christoph Richter, Heidrun Allert, Vassiliy P. Tchoumatchenko, Ivan H. Furnadziev, Tania K. Vasileva, Dimitris Kotzinos and Vassilis Christophides. A Pragmatic Approach to Collaborative Semantic Modeling: The Visual Modeling (Language) Editor

 

121

Katrien Verbert, David Wiley and Erik Duval. A Methodology and Framework for the Semi-automatic Assembly of Learning Objects

 

133

Amel Bouzeghoub, Marie Buffat, Alda Lopes Gançarski, Claire Lecocq, Abir Ben Jeema, Mouna Selmi and Katherine Maillet. Search and Composition of Learning Objects in a Visual Environment

 

138

The Nhan Luong, Thierry Nodenot, Philippe Lopistéguy and Christophe Marquesuzaà. A framework to author educational interactions for geographical web applications

 

141

Alvaro Figueira. Temporal Online Interactions Using Social Network Analysis

 

143

Sergio Gutierrez Santos, Mario Muñoz-Organero, Abelardo Pardo and Carlos Delgado Kloos. Context-aware Combination of Adapted User Profiles for Interchange of Knowledge Between Peers

 

145

Manuel Caeiro. An Adaptative Process-based EML

 

147

Hendrik Drachsler, Dries Pecceu, Tanja Arts, Edwin Hutten, Lloyd Rutledge, Peter van Rosmalen, Hans Hummel and Rob Koper. ReMashed – Recommendations for Mash-Up Personal Learning Environments

 

162

Walter Jenner and Leonardo Moura de Araújo. Hanse 1380 - A learning game for the German Maritim Museum

 

165

Christoph Rösener. A linguistic intelligent system for technology enhanced learning in vocational training – the ILLU project

 

167

Thomas Sporer, Johannes Metscher and Philip Meyer. e³-Portfolio – Supporting Project-based Learning in Self-Organized Communities of Practice