Vol 3, No 1 (2011)

Technology to enhance learning: Problems and promises

Table of Contents


List of Reviewers of Volumes 1 and 2 PDF
Wilfried Bos, Cornelia Gräsel 5-6
Special Issue Editorial: Technology to enhance learning: Problems and promises PDF
Birgit Eickelmann 7-11

Article Focus

Online collaborative learning: Cultural differences in student satisfaction and performance PDF
Chang Zhu 12-28
Verbal communication at a stand-alone computer PDF
Rune Herheim, Rune Krumsvik 29-55
Do innovation projects with ICT enhance learning? Experiences from case studies in Galician schools PDF
Adriana Gewerc, Lourdes Montero 56-74
Supportive and hindering factors to a sustainable implementation of ICT in schools PDF
Birgit Eickelmann 75-103
Does e-learning require a new theory of learning? Some initial thoughts PDF
Richard Andrews 104-121

Article General

The role of intrinsic motivation for teaching, teachers’ care and autonomy support in students’ self-determined motivation PDF
Sonja Rita Bieg, Sabine Backes, Waldemar Mittag 122-140
Transformational leadership in schools: The use of the “Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire” (MLQ 5 x Short) PDF (Deutsch)
Bea Harazd, Stefanie van Ophuysen 141-167
Differential influences of family and school type on reading and social skills PDF (Deutsch)
Markus Szczesny, Rainer Watermann 168-193


Book Review of Herzig, Bardo, Meister, Dorothee M., Moser, Heinz, Niesyto, Horst & Aufenanger, Stefan (Hrsg.). (2010). Jahrbuch Medienpädagogik 8. Medienkompetenz und Web 2.0 PDF (Deutsch)
Annabell Preußler 194-201
Book Review of Klippel, Friederike, Koller, Gerhard & Polleti, Axel (Hrsg.). (2007). Fremdsprachenlernen online. Erfahrungen und Erkenntnisse im Projektverbund SprachChancen PDF (Deutsch)
Thomas Stolz, Peter Schmialek 202-204