Editorial Review Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Section I Augmenting Learning.
2: The Role of Learner in an Online Community of Inquiry: Responding to the Challenges of First-Time Online Learners.
3: Students' Attitudes toward Process and Product Oriented Online Collaborative Learning.
4: Cognition, Technology, and Performance: The Role of Course Management Systems.
5: The Role of Organizational, Environmental and Human Factors in E-Learning Diffusion.
6: Distance Education: Satisfaction and Success.
7: Group Support Systems as Collaborative Learning Technologies: A Meta-Analysis.
8: Section II Design, Modeling, and Evaluation Issues.
9: Knowledge Flow and Learning Design Models towards Lifewide E-Learning Environments.
10: An Agent Based Framework for Personalized E-Learning Services.
11: Supporting Evolution of Knowledge Artifacts in Web Based Learning Environments.
12: Interface and Features for an Automatic ‘C’ Program Evaluation System.
13: Evaluating Computerized Adaptive Testing Systems.
14: Technology Integration Practices within a Socioeconomic Context: Implications for Educational Disparities and Teacher Preparation.
15: Utilizing Web Tools for Computer-Mediated Communication to Enhance Team-Based Learning.
16: Accessible E-Learning: Equal Pedagogical Opportunities for Students with Sensory Limitations.
17: Section III Tools and Applications.
18: Supporting Argumentative Collaboration in Communities of Practice: The CoPe_it! Approach.
19: Personalization Services for Online Collaboration and Learning.
20: Computer-Aided Personalised System of Instruction for Teaching Mathematics in an Online Learning Environment.
21: Social Software for Sustaining Interaction, Collaboration, and Learning in Communities of Practice.
22: Multimedia Authoring for Communities of Teachers.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.