Volume 1
Printable Table of Contents: IJELLO Volume 1, 2005    

A Study of the Design and Evaluation of a Learning Object and Implications for Content Development     1
Ferdinand Krauss
Mohamed Ally

Interoperability and Learning Objects: An Overview of E-Learning Standardization     23
Norm Friesen

Interactive QuickTime: Developing and Evaluating Multimedia Learning Objects to Enhance Both Face-To-Face and Distance E-Learning Environments     33
Thomas Cochrane

Learning Objects: Using Language Structures to Understand the Transition from Affordance Systems to Intelligent Systems     55
Jacques du Plessis

Discussion Board: A Learning Object     67
Keith Harman
Alex Koohang

Addressing the eLearning Contradiction: A Collaborative Approach for Developing a Conceptual Framework Learning Object     79
Colla Jean MacDonald
Emma Stodel
Terrie Thompson
Bill Muirhead
Chris Hinton
Brad Carson
Erin Banit

Tree View Editing Learning Object Metadata     99
Zeynel Cebeci
Yoldas Erdogan

Decoupling the Information Application from the Information Creation: Video as Learning Objects in Three-Tier Architecture     109
Xiangming Mu

Producing Reusable Web-Based Multimedia Presentations     127
Freimut Bodendorf
Manfred Schertler
Eli Cohen

Scoping and Sequencing Educational Resources and Speech Acts: A Unified Design Framework for Learning Objects and Educational Discourse     143
David A. Wiley
Sandie H. Waters

A Framework for Metadata Creation Tools     151
Valentina Malaxa
Ian Douglas

Practical Guidelines for Learning Object Granularity from One Higher Education Setting     163
Kelvin Thompson
Francisca Yonekura

Principles of Sustainable Learning Object Libraries     181
Deana M. Namuth
Susan Fritz
James King
Amy Boren

Teaching, Designing, and Sharing: A Context for Learning Objects     197
Mimi Recker
Jim Dorward
Deonne Dawson
Xin Mao
Ye Liu
Bart Palmer
Sam Halioris
Jaeyang Park

Learning Objects, Learning Object Repositories, and Learning Theory: Preliminary Best Practices for Online Courses     217
Susan Smith Nash

Developing Learning Objects for Secondary School Students: A Multi-Component Model     229
Robin Kay
Liesel Knaack

Modeling the Organizational Aspects of Learning Objects in Semantic Web Approaches to Information Systems     255
Miltiadis D. Lytras
Miguel-Angel Sicilia

Volume 2
Printable Table of Contents: IJELLO Volume 2, 2006    

The Development and Implementation of Learning Objects in a Higher Education Setting     1
Kristy de Salas
Leonie Ellis

Learning Objects and E-Learning: an Informing Science Perspective     23
Eli Cohen
Malgorzata Nycz

Learning Objects: Adaptive Retrieval through Learning Styles    35
Pollyana Notargiacomo Mustaro
Ismar Frango Silveira

Using Podcasts as Audio Learning Objects     47
Zeynel Cebeci
Mehmet Tekdal

The Present and Future of Standards for E-Learning Technologies     59
Iraklis Varlamis
Ioannis Apostolakis

A Cognitive and Logic Based Model for Building Glass-Box Learning Objects     77
Philippe Fournier-Viger
Mehdi Najjar
Andre Mayers
Roger Nkambou

Guidelines and Standards for the Development of Fully Online Learning Objects     95
Nicole A. Buzzetto-More
Kaye Pinhey

Clicker Sets as Learning Objects     105
Gerald Bergtrom

A New Learning Object Repository for Language Learning: Methods and Possible Outcomes     111
Catherine Caws
Norm Friesen
Martin Beaudoin

The OSEL Taxonomy for the Classification of Learning Objects     125
Vito Nicola Convertini
Diego Albanese
Agostino Marengo
Vittorio Marengo
Michele Scalera

Volume 3
Printable Table of Contents: IJELLO Volume 3, 2007    

Ontology-Driven E-Learning System Based on Roles and Activities for Thai Learning Environment     1
Chakkrit Snae
Michael Brückner

Learning Object Patterns for Programming    19
Ray Jones
Tom Boyle

Models for Sustainable Open Educational Resources     29
Stephen Downes

Contextual Inquiry: A Systemic Support for Student Engagement through Reflection    45
Peter M. Bednar
Roger Eglin
Christine Welch

Wiki as a Teaching Tool     57
Kevin R. Parker
Joseph T. Chao

Practical E-Learning for the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Ljubljana    73
Primoz Luksic
Boris Horvat
Andrej Bauer
Tomaz Pisanski

An Integrated Model of Collaborative Knowledge Building     85
Gurparkash Singh
Louise Hawkins
Greg Whymark

Applying a System Development Approach to Translate Educational Requirements into E-Learning     107
Said Hadjerrouit

An Integrated Approach for Automatic Aggregation of Learning Knowledge Objects     135
Amal Zouaq
Roger Nkambou
Claude Frasson

Adaptive Learning by Using SCOs Metadata     163
Danijela Milosevic
Mirjana Brkovic
Matjaz Debevc
Radojka Krneta

Viability of the "Technology Acceptance Model" in Multimedia Learning Environments: A Comparative Study    175
Raafat George Saadé
Fassil Nebebe
Weiwei Tan

Using Video to Record Summary Lectures to Aid Students' Revision     185
Janice Whatley
Amrey Ahmad

Pre-service Teachers' Learning Object Development: A Case Study in K-12 Setting     197
Yavuz Akpinar
Huseyin Simsek

An Engagement Model for Learning: Providing a Framework to Identify Technology Services    219
I. T. Hawryszkiewycz

Meta-Data Application in Development, Exchange and Delivery of Digital Reusable Learning Content    229
Korneliya Yordanova

Reading in A Digital Age: e-Books Are Students Ready For This Learning Object?     239
Nicole A. Buzzetto-More
Retta Guy
Muna Elobaid

Volume 4
Printable Table of Contents: IJELLO Volume 4, 2008    

Ontology of Learning Objects Repository for Pedagogical Knowledge Sharing     1
Shouhong Wang

Towards A Comprehensive Learning Object Metadata: Incorporation of Context to Stipulate Meaningful Learning and Enhance Learning Object Reusability     13
Yazrina Yahya
Mohammed Yusoff

Modalities of Using Learning Objects for Intelligent Agents in Learning     49
Dorian Stoilescu

A Model to Represent the Facets of Learning Object     65
Nathalie Hernandez
Josiane Mothe
Bachelin Ralalason
Bertin Ramamonjisoa
Patricia Stolf

Evaluation of Learning Objects from the User's Perspective: The Case of the EURIDICE Service    83
Elena Maceviciute
T. D. Wilson

BILDU: Compile, Unify, Wrap, and Share Digital Learning Resources     97
Oskar Casquero
Javier Portillo
Manuel Benito
Jesús Romo

Student Perceptions of Various E-Learning Components     113
Nicole A. Buzzetto-More

SOAF: Semantic Indexing System Based on Collaborative Tagging    137
Doina Ana Cernea
Esther Del Moral-Pérez
Jose E. Labra Gayo

An Ontology to Automate Learning Scenarios? An Approach to its Knowledge Domain     151
Àngels Rius
Miguel-Angel Sicilia
Elena García-Barriocanal

Building a Framework to Support Project-Based Collaborative Learning Experiences in an Asynchronous Learning Network     167
Timothy J. Ellis
William Hafner

Repository 2.0: Social Dynamics to Support Community Building in Learning Object Repositories     191
Sergio Monge
Ramon Ovelar
Iker Azpeitia

Perceptions of Roles and Responsibilities in Online Learning: A Case Study     205
Annemieke Craig
Annegret Goold
Jo Coldwell
Jamie Mustar

Beyond Adoption: Barriers to an Online Assignment Submission System Continued Use     225
Nitza Geri
Orit Naor-Elaiza

A Systems Engineering Analysis Method for the Development of Reusable Computer-Supported Learning Systems     243
David Díez
Camino Fernández
Juan Manuel Dodero

Analysing Online Teaching and Learning Systems Using MEAD    259
Shona Leitch
Matthew J. Warren

Investigating the Use of Learning Objects for Secondary School Mathematics     269
Robin Kay
Liesel Knaack

Validation of a Learning Object Review Instrument: Relationship between Ratings of Learning Objects and Actual Learning Outcomes     291
Yavuz Akpinar

Learning Pod: A New Paradigm for Reusability of Learning Objects    303
Namdar Mogharreban
Dave Guggenheim

Volume 5
Printable Table of Contents: IJELLO Volume 5, 2009    

Applications of Semantic Web Technology to Support Learning Content Development    1
Claus Pahl
Edmond Holohan

Exploring Teachers Perceptions of Web-Based Learning Tools    27
Robin Kay
Liesel Knaack
Diana Petrarca

A Model for the Effective Management of     51
Mary Tate
Darryn Hoshe

Student Performance and Perceptions in a Web-Based Competitive Computer Simulation    73
Nicole A. Buzzetto-More
Bryant C. Mitchell

E-Learning and Constructivism: From Theory to Application     91
Alex Koohang
Liz Riley
Terry J. Smith
Jeanne Schreurs

A Taxonomy as a Vehicle for Learning    111
Cornelia Brodahl
Bjørn Smestad

Analyzing Responses, Moves, and Roles in Online Discussions    129
Craig Wishart
Retta Guy

Computer Supported Collaborative Learning and Higher Order Thinking Skills: A Case Study of Textile Studies     145
Ada W. W. MA

Focused Crawling for Downloading Learning Objects     169
Yevgen Biletskiy
Michael Wojcenovic
Hamidreza Baghi


Introduction to the IJELLO Special Series     181
Yoram Eshet-Alkalai
Avner Caspi
Sigal Eden
Nitza Geri
Yoav Yair

Using a Collaborative Database to Enhance Students’ Knowledge Construction    187
Yigal Rosen
Rikki Rimor

Learning about Online Learning Processes and Students' Motivation through Web Usage Mining    197
Arnon Hershkovitz
Rafi Nachmias

Instructors' Attitudes toward Active Learning    215
David Pundak
Orit Herscovitz
Miri Shaham
Rivka Wiser-Biton

Open the Windows of Communication: Promoting Interpersonal and Group Interactions Using Blogs in Higher Education    233
Ina Blau
Nili Mor
Tami Neuthal

Designing Online Information Aggregation and Prediction Markets for MBA Courses    247
Daphne R. Raban
Dorit Geifman

Children's Participation Patterns in Online Communities:     263
Oren Zuckerman
Ina Blau
Andrés Monroy-Hernández

Experiences and Opinions of E-learners: What Works, What are the Challenges, and What Competencies Ensure Successful Online Learning    275
Michael F. Beaudoin
Gila Kurtz
Sigal Eden

Course Coordinators’ Beliefs, Attitudes and Motivation and their Relation to Self-Reported Changes in Technology Integration at the Open University of Israel    291
Eva Guterman
Yael Alberton
Relly Brickner
Ronit Sagi

Assimilating Online Technologies into School Culture     307
Tamar Shamir-Inbal
Jacob Dayan
Yael Kali

Enterprise E-Learning Success Factors: An Analysis of Practitioners’ Perspective (with a Downturn Addendum)    335
Eyal Sela
Yesha Y. Sivan

Not as Easy as E-Mail: Tutors' Perspective of an Online Assignment Submission System    345
Orit Naor-Elaiza
Nitza Geri

Quality Metrics for PDA-based M-Learning Information Systems     359
Ruti Gafni

Initial Development of a Learners’ Ratified Acceptance of Multibiometrics Intentions Model (RAMIM)    379
Yair Levy
Michelle M. Ramim

Meta-analysis of the Articles Published in SPDECE     399
Oskar Casquero
Ariana Landaluce
Javier Portillo
Manuel Benito
Jesús Romo

Inquiry-Directed Organization of E-Portfolio Artifacts for Reflection    419
Shouhong Wang

Volume 6
Printable Table of Contents: IJELLO Volume 6, 2010    

Development and Validation of a Model to Investigate the Impact of Individual Factors on Instructors’ Intention to Use E-learning Systems    1
Bilquis Ferdousi
Yair Levy

A Longitudinal Comparative Study of Student Perceptions in Online Education    23
Yehia Mortagy
Seta Boghikian-Whitby

e-WIL in Student Education    45
Michelle WL Fong
Robert Sims

Assessing the Efficacy and Effectiveness of an E-Portfolio Used for Summative Assessment    61
Nicole A. Buzzetto-More

Computer Supported Collaborative Learning and Critical Reflection: A Case Study of Fashion Consumerism    87
Ada W. W. MA

A CSCL Approach to Blended Learning in the Integration of Technology in Teaching     103
Michael Jones

Developing Web-Based Learning Resources in School Education: A User-Centered Approach     115
Said Hadjerrouit

Encouraging SME eCollaboration – The Role of the Champion Facilitator    137
Michael Jones
Lois Burgess

E-learning as a Strategy of Acquiring a Company’s Intellectual Capital    153
Jerzy Kisielnicki
Olga Sobolewska

Social Bookmarking Tools as Facilitators of Learning and Research Collaborative Processes: The Diigo Case    175
Enrique Estellés Arolas
Esther Del Moral-Pérez
Fernando González

The Effect of Varied Visual Scaffolds on Engineering Students’ Online Reading    193
Pao-Nan Chou
Hsi-Chi Hsiao

Added Value Model of Collaboration in Higher Education    203
Ilona Béres
Márta Turcsányi-Szabó

Learning Object Systems and Strategy: A Description and Discussion    217
Albert D. Ritzhaupt


Challenges of Integrating Technologies for Learning: Introduction to the IJELLO Special Series of Chais Conference 2010 Best Papers
Yoram Eshet-Alkalai
Avner Caspi
Sigal Eden
Nitza Geri
Edna Tal-Elhasid
Yoav Yair

Implementing Technological Change at Schools: The Impact of Online Communication with Families on Teacher Interactions through Learning Management System
Ina Blau
Mira Hameirie

"Islands of Innovation" or "Comprehensive Innovation." Assimilating Educational Technology in Teaching, Learning, and Management: A Case Study of School Networks in Israel
Orit Avidov-Ungar

The Construction of Failure and Success Concepts in K-12 ICT Integration
Zvia Elgali
Yoram M Kalman

Mobile Culture in College Lectures: Instructors’ and Students’ Perspectives
Ronen Hammer
Miki Ronen
Amit Sharon
Tali Lankry
Yoni Huberman
Victoria Zamtsov

Comparison of Online Learning Behaviors in School vs. at Home in Terms of Age and Gender Based on Log File Analysis
Galit Ben-Zadok
Moshe Leiba
Rafi Nachmias

Comparing Perceived Formal and Informal Learning in Face-to-Face versus Online Environments
Ariella Levenberg
Avner Caspi

The Value of Collaborative E-Learning: Compulsory versus Optional Online Forum Assignments
Ruti Gafni
Nitza Geri

The Effect of Procrastination on Multi-Drafting in a Web-Based Learning Content Management Environment
Miriam Sarid
Yehuda Peled

Complexity of Social Interactions in Collaborative Learning: The Case of Online Database Environment
Rikki Rimor
Yigal Rosen
Kefaya Nassar

Volume 7
Printable Table of Contents: IJELLO Volume 7, 2011    

Analyzing Associations between the Different Ratings Dimensions of the MERLOT Repository    1
Christian Cechinel
Salvador Sánchez-Alonso

Facilitation of Formative Assessments using Clickers in a University Physics Course    11
David M. Majerich
Judith C. Stull
Susan Jansen Varnum
Bjørn Smestad
Joseph P. Ducette

Modeling the Macro-Behavior of Learning Object Repositories    25
Xavier Ochoa

An Agent-based Federated Learning Object Search Service    37
Carla Fillmann Barcelos
João Carlos Gluz
Rosa Maria Vicari

An Approach toward a Software Factory for the Development of Educational Materials under the Paradigm of WBE    55
Rubén Peredo Valderrama
Alejandro Canales Cruz
Iván Peredo Valderrama

How Do Students View Asynchronous Online Discussions As A Learning Experience?    69
Penny Bassett

Factors that Influence Student E-learning Participation in a UK Higher Education Institution    81
Kay Penny

Why Learners Choose Plagiarism: A Review of Literature    97
Deanna Klein

Design of an Open Source Learning Objects Authoring Tool – The LO Creator    111
Alex Koohang
Kevin S. Floyd
Cody Stewart

Exploring the Influence of Context on Attitudes toward Web-Based Learning Tools (WBLTs) and Learning Performance    125
Robin Kay

Characteristics of an Equitable Instructional Methodology for Courses in Interactive Media    143
Frank Kurzel

Keeping an Eye on the Screen: Application Accessibility for Learning Objects for Blind and Limited Vision Students    157
Cristiani de Oliveira Dias
Liliana Maria Passerino
João Carlos Gluz

Teaching and Learning with Clickers: Are Clickers Good for Students?    169
Emma D. Bojinova
James N. Oigara

E-Learning Platform Usage Analysis    185
Stavros Valsamidis
Sotirios Kontogiannis
Ioannis Kazanidis
Alexandros Karakos

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