Advances in computer-supported learning / Francisco Milton Mendes Neto, Francisco Vilar Brasileiro [editors]. - Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), c2007. - electronic texts (xiii, 376 p. : ill.) : digital files. - IGI Global Research Collection .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. A comparative analysis of computer-supported learning models and guidelines / Fethi Inan, Deborah Lowther -- 2. Integrating visual representation of knowledge with learning management systems / John Coffey -- 3. Peer review in computer sciences / Vinícius Kern, Roberto dos Santos Pacheco, Luciana Saraiva, Joyce Pernigotti -- 4. Learning managemnt systems / William Watson, Sunnie Lee, Charles Reigeluth -- 5. Integrating computer-supported learning into traditional distance courses / Cengiz Aydin, Mehmet Mutlu, Marina McIsaac -- 6. E'learing / Bernhard Ertl, Katrin Winkler, Heinz Mandle -- 7. Towards the educational semantic web / Juan Adan-Coello, Carlos Tobar, João Garcia Rosa, Ricardo de Freitas -- 8. Using semantis web technologies within e-learning applications / Wilson Branco Neto -- 9. Using open archives and learning objectives for reusing CSL contents / Rogério Chagas do Nascimento -- 10. Implementing computer-supported learning in corporations / Doris Lee, Steve Boreland -- 11. Awareness design in online collaborative learning / Curtis Bonk, Seung-hee Lee, Xiaojing Lin, Bude Su -- 12. Communication, coordination, and cooperation in computer-supported learning / Carlos Lucena, Hugo Fuks, Alberto Raposo, Marco Gerosa, Mariano Pimental -- 13. Video annotation in online collaborative discussion / Myint Khine -- 14. Educational geostimulation / Vasco Furtado, Eurico Vasconcelos -- 15. Balancing tradeoffs in designing, deploying, and authoring interactive web-based learn-by-doing environments / Lin Qiu.

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"This book clarifies the new technologies, applications, and research in computer-supported learning. It helps students, teachers, and researchers gain a larger understanding of this field and the trends that are driving computer-supported learning forward"--Provided by publisher.

Mode of access: World Wide Web.

1599043572 (ebook) 9781599043579 (ebook)

10.4018/978-1-59904-355-5 doi

Computer-assisted instruction.
Educational technology.
Internet in education.

LB1028.5 / .A25 2007