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International Journal of Learning Technology

 

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Regular Issues

 

  • Design trees: Providing roots for revision in design-based research
    by Daniel Reinholz 
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  • Action-Effect Mappings In Tangible Interaction For Children With Intellectual Disabilities
    by Taciana Pontual Falcão 
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  • A new method to measure efficiency in learning by doing environment: a case study of assembly line simulation
    by Sami Hachmoud, Anwar Meddaoui, Hakim Allali 
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  • Virtual learning environments: adoption without progression
    by Jane Sinclair, Anne-Maria Aho 
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  • MathSpeak: a non-ambiguous language for audio rendering of MathML design and efficacy study
    by Waseem Sheikh, Mick Isaacson, Lyle Lloyd, Dave Schleppenbach 
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