COMPUTERS AND EDUCATION VOLUME 49 NUMBER 3 NOVEMBER 2007 CONTENTS ARTICLE

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COMPUTERS AND EDUCATION


VOLUME 49 NUMBER 3 NOVEMBER 2007


CONTENTS


ARTICLE


1.
Intelligent tutoring systems: Formalization as automata and interface design


using neural networks



S. Glória Curilem, Andréa R. Barbosa and



Fernando M. de Azevedo







545
-
561


2.
Diagnostic, predictive and compositional modeling with data mining in


integrated learning environments


Chien
-
Sing Lee









562
-
580


3.
Mobile learning: A framework and evaluation


Luvai F. Motiwalla









581
-
596


4.
Imple
mentation and performance evaluation of parameter improvement


mechanisms for intelligent e
-
learning systems



Chenn
-
Jung Huang, San
-
Shine Chu and Chih
-
Tai Guan



597
-
614


5.
Interactive multimedia animation with Macromedia Flash in Descriptive


G
eometry teaching



Ramón Rubio García, Javier Suárez Quirós, Ramón Gallego Santos, Santiago



Martín González and Samuel Morán Fernanz




615
-
639


6.
Evaluating the learning process of mechanical CAD students



R.F. Hamade, H.A. Artail and M.Y. Jab
er





640
-
661


7.
The design of instructional multimedia in e
-
Learning: A Media Richness



Theory
-
based approach



Pei
-
Chen Sun and Hsing Kenny Cheng





662
-
676


8.
Fostering multimedia learning of science: Exploring the role of an animated


a
gent’s image



Qi Dunsworth and Robert K. Atkinson





677
-
690


9.
A new approach for constructing the concept map



Shian
-
Shyong Tseng, Pei
-
Chi Sue, Jun
-
Ming Su, Jui
-
Feng Weng and Wen
-



Nung Tsai










691
-
707





10.
A model for evaluating the e
ffectiveness of remote engineering laboratories



and simulations in education


Jeffrey V. Nickerson, James E. Corter, Sven K. Esche and Constantin



Chassapis









708
-
725


11.
Sessional, weekly and diurnal patterns of computer lab usage by

students



attending a regional University in Australia



Dirk H.R. Spennemann, John Atkinson and David Cornforth


726
-
739


12.
Tracing the development of teacher knowledge in a design seminar:



Integrating content, pedagogy and technolo
gy



Matthew J. Koehler, Punya Mishra and Kurnia Yahya



740
-
762


13.
Teaching CAD at the university: Specifically written or commercial software?



Ramón Rubio García, Javier Suárez Quirós, Ramón Gallego Santos and



Pedro I. Álvarez Peñín








763
-
780


14.
Self
-
organising navigational support in lifelong learning: How predecessors


can lead the way



José Janssen, Colin Tattersall, Wim Waterink, Bert van den Berg, René van


Es, Catherine Bolman and Rob Koper





781
-
793


15
.
Evaluating Bayesian networks’ precision for detecting students’ learning


styles



Patricio García, Analía Amandi, Silvia Schiaffino and


Marcelo Campo









794
-
808


16.
The impact of web
-
based worked examples and self
-
explanation on



performance, problem solving, and self
-
efficacy



Kent J. Crippen and Boyd L. Earl






809
-
821


17.
Schoenfeld’s problem solving theory in a student controlled learning


environment



E. Harskamp and C. Suhre







822
-
839


18.
Expectat
ions and reality: Evaluating patterns of learning behaviour using



audit trails



Gregor E. Kennedy and Terry S. Judd





840
-
855


19.
Using LabVIEW for applying mathematical models in representing


phenomena



G. Faraco and L. Gabriele







856
-
872




20.
Successful implementation of user
-
centered game based learning in higher


education: An example from civil engineering


Martin Ebner and Andreas Holzinger






873
-
890


21.
Applying a constructivist and collaborative methodolo
gical approach in


engineering education



Lorenzo Moreno, Carina Gonzalez, Ivan Castilla, Evelio Gonzalez and Jose



Sigut










891
-
915


22.
Thinking style, browsing primes and hypermedia navigation



Lorenzo Fiorina, Alessandro Anto
nietti, Barbara Colombo and Annella



Bartolomeo









916
-
941