Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Innovative Uses of E-Learning.
2: Virtual Structures and Collaborative Processes to Enhance Teaching and Learning Across Dispersed Sites: Some Implications for Rural Societies.
3: Development and Evaluation of a Generic Re-Purposable E-Learning Object on Data Analysis.
4: Getting Teachers to Use New Technology by Just Giving Them Time: A Case Study from the UK.
5: Dealing with Affective Needs in E-Learning: Contrasting Two Cases, in Two Cultures.
6: A Cyber-Apple for the Teacher: A Case Study of Anti-Hegemonic Adult Education Practices in a Cyber-Education Environment.
7: Addressing Various Divides in E-Learning.
8: Cultural Implications of E-Learning Access (& Divides): Teaching an Intercultural Communication Course Online.
9: Application of VoiceXML in E-Learning Systems.
10: Technophobe to Technophile: Entering the Internet Culture.
11: An E-Training Support Program for Regional and Local Development.
12: The E-Learning Puzzle in Turkey: Déjà Vu?.
13: User Centered Focus in E-Learning.
14: Users' Satisfaction with E-Learning: A Case Study of the University of Botswana.
15: A Case Study Analysis of the Use of Online vs. Proctored Final Exams in Online Classes.
16: Sharing Insights: Teachers' Problems and Accomplishments in Their Online Day-to-Day Teaching.
17: The Effects of E-Learning on African American Males: Three Case Studies.
18: “Cross Talk”: The Connected Stance of One Successful Student's Online Interactions.
19: Special Considerations in E-Learning and Development.
20: Building Quality Assessment into Online Courses Across the Institution.
21: Case Study of the CUForum @ CUHK.
22: Using Activity Theory to Guide E-Learning Initiatives.
23: Addressing Online Student Learning Environments and Socialization Through Developmental Research.
24: Teaching Statistics and Operations Research Online: Experiences at the Open University of Catalonia.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.