International Journal of Knowledge and Learning, 4 (2/3), 2008 (Special Issue on Next Generation Learning Environments)

[Deutscher Titel: International Journal of Knowledge and Learning, 4 (2/3), 2008 (Spezialausgabe zu Lernumgebungen der nächsten Generation)]

Special Issue on Next Generation Learning Environments: Models, Technologies and Tools (Guest Editors: Professor Saverio Salerno, Professor Matteo Gaeta, Dr. Anna Pierri and Professor Pierluigi Ritrovato)

Section 1: eLearning: pedagogical approaches, learner models, environment and technologies

109 – 126 Evaluating innovation in higher education teaching and learning to improve quality: an experience of blended learning at the Universita Roma Tre
Antonella Poce

127 – 139 Teaching interpolation techniques with a numerical tool
Tiziana Durante, Gerardo Durazzo, Annarita Trischitta

140 – 151 Solids by revolution: materialising an idea
Annunziata Cascone, Gerardo Durazzo, Valentina Stile

152 – 175 Protocols for building an organic chemical ontology
Catherine Castillo-Colaux, Alain Krief

176 – 188 A blended mobile learning experience: the Nomadis case
Davide Diamantini, Michelle Pieri

189 – 202 Activity- and taxonomy-based knowledge representation framework
Birgit Marte, Christina M. Steiner, Juergen Heller, Dietrich Albert

203 – 216 Building the EnCOrE dictionary collaboratively: strategy and practice
Alain Krief, Catherine Castillo-Colaux, Julie Henry, Claudie Juilliard, Sandrine Peraldi

217 – 233 The different typologies of assessment for the VSE method’s macro phases
Giuseppina Rita Mangione, Anna Pierri, Saverio Salerno

Section 2: Grid technologies: applications and interfaces

234 – 242 The ELeGI notification service: its implementation and a case study
Vytautas Reklaitis, Darius Zabiela

243 – 258 Authoring of GRID-based virtual scientific experiments
Piotr Szczytowski, Christian Schmid

259 – 271 ELeGI as enabling architecture for e-learning 2.0
Matteo Gaeta, Sergio Miranda, Pierluigi Ritrovato

272 – 284 Satellite-enabled educational services specification and requirements analysis based on user feedback
Sofia Tsekeridou, Thanassis Tiropanis, Dimitris Rorris, Constantinos Makropoulos, Tacha Serif, Lampros Stergioulas

285 – 297 Large-scale deployment of distance education in computer science at the Hellenic Open University
Michalis Xenos, Thrasyvoulos Tsiatsos, Bill Vassiliadis

298 – 315 (Semantic web) services for e-learning
David E. Millard, Karl Doody, Hugh C. Davis, Lester Gilbert, Yvonne Howard, Feng (Barry) Tao, Gary Wills

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