The Electronic Journal of e-Learning provides perspectives on topics relevant to the study, implementation and management of e-Learning initiatives
For general enquiries email administrator@ejel.org
Click here to see other Scholarly Electronic Journals published by API
For a range of research text books on this and complimentary topics visit the Academic Bookshop

Information about the current European Conference on e-Learning is available here

For infomation on the International Conference on eLearning, click here

For infomation on the European Conference on Games Based Learning clickhere

 
Journal Issue
Volume 4 Issue 1 / Mar 2006  pp1‑111

Editor: Shirley Williams

Download PDF (free)

Customer‑Driven Development for Rapid Production of Assessment Learning Objects  pp1‑6

Andrew Adams, Shirley Williams

Look inside Download PDF (free)

MyGfL: A Lifelong Learning Platform for Malaysian Society  pp7‑14

Zailan Arabee Abdul Salam, Azmi Mansur

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Providing Fine‑grained Feedback Within an On‑line Learning System — Identifying the Workers from the Lurkers and the Shirkers  pp15‑26

Colin Egan, Amanda Jefferies, Jason Johal

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Delivering What Students say They Want On‑Line: Towards Academic Participation in the Enfranchisement of e‑Learners?  pp27‑34

Richard Hall

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Outline and Evaluation of a Joint European and Canadian Virtual Mobility: e‑Learning Project  pp35‑42

Alan Hilliard

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Collaborative On‑Line Teaching: The Inevitable Path to Deep Learning and Knowledge Sharing?  pp43‑50

Karin Tweddell Levinsen

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Implementing Courseware to Support Learning Through Real‑World Erroneous Examples: Students' Perceptions of Tertiary Courseware and Obstacles to Implementing Effective Delivery Through VLE  pp51‑59

Rachada Monthienvichienchai, Erica Melis

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Abstract

This paper presents a study in a UK university that investigated how first‑year (freshman) Information Systems undergraduates perceive learning through courseware containing real‑world erroneous examples derived from their peers and what obstacles had to be overcome to implement effective e‑Learning support for using and creating such courseware. The study finds that students find the courseware very effective in dealing with their personal misconceptions while also providing other secondary pedagogic benefits for both students and lecturers. 

 

Keywords: courseware, vicarious learning, and personalisation

 

Share |
Topic Maps e‑Learning Portal Development  pp60‑67

Kamila Olsevicova

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Encouraging Student Participation in an On‑line Course Using 'Pull' Initiatives Paul  pp68‑79

Peachey Paul

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Providing 'Quality Care' to International Students Through On‑line Communication  pp80‑87

Chris Perry

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Using Software Testing Techniques for Efficient Handling of Programming Exercises in an e‑Learning Platform  pp88‑95

Joachim Schwieren, Gottfried Vossen, Peter Westerkamp

Look inside Download PDF (free)

ICT and Schools: Identification of Factors Influencing the use of new Media in Vocational Training Schools  pp96‑103

Alexandra Totter, Daniela Stütz, Gudela Grote

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Using an Online Games‑Based Learning Approach to Teach Database Design Concepts  pp104‑111

Thomas M Connolly, Mark Stansfield, Evelyn McLellan

Look inside Download PDF (free)