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Journal Issue
Volume 5 Issue 1, ECEL 2006 / Feb 2007  pp1‑86

Editor: Shirley Williams

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Managed Learning Environments and an Attendance Crisis?  pp1‑10

Ruth Barrett, Austen Rainer, Olenka Marczyk

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Benefits of e‑Learning Benchmarks: Australian Case Studies  pp11‑20

Sarojni Choy

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Determining Areas of Weakness in Introductory Programming as a Foundation for Reusable Learning Objects  pp21‑30

Eileen Costelloe, Elizabeth Sherry, Patricia Magee

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Students' Perceived Usefulness of Formative Feedback for a Computer‑adaptive Test  pp31‑38

Mariana Lilley, Trevor Barker

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A Web Based Intelligent Training System for SMEs  pp39‑48

Roisin Mullins, Yanqing Duan

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Piloting a Process Maturity Model as an e‑Learning Benchmarking Method  pp49‑58

Jim Petch, Gayle Calverley, Hilary Dexter, Tim Cappelli

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Interactive Nonlinear Learning Environments  pp59‑68

Ronald Robberecht

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Abstract

E‑learning materials often have a linear design where all learners are forced into a single‑mode pedagogy, which is contrary to the interaction that occurs in face‑to‑face learning. Ideally, e‑learning materials should be nonlinear, interactive, contain context‑sensitive and active learning elements, and accommodate various learning levels and styles. This paper presents an educator's perspective on approaches to designing such e‑learning materials, which are essential to enhancing the education of future generations of students. 

 

Keywords: Interactive, nonlinear, e-learning environments, active learning

 

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Designing Online Instruction for Success: Future Oriented Motivation and Self‑Regulation  pp69‑78

Joel T. Schmidt, Christian H. Werner

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Watch out — the Power Users are Coming  pp79‑86

Karin Tweddell Levinsen

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