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International Journal of Educational Studies | IJES | Vol. 14, No. 1, 2017


From cognitive capability to social reform? Shifting perceptions of learning in immersive virtual worlds | Maggi Savin-Baden | pdf.ico Full text pdf

Talking back to theory: the missed opportunities in learning technology research | Sue Bennett & Martin Oliver | pdf.ico Full text pdf

Embedding accessibility and usability: considerations for e-learning research and development projects | Martyn Cooper, Chetz Colwell & Anne Jelfs | pdf.ico Full text pdf

Creating interaction in online learning: a case study | Kevin J. Downing, Tszfung Lam, Theresa Kwong, Wookyung Downing &  Suiwah Chan | pdf.ico Full text pdf

Mobilities, moorings and boundary marking in developing semantic technologies in educational practices | Richard Edwards, Fran Tracy & Katy Jordan | pdf.ico Full text pdf

Problem-based learning spanning real and virtual words: a case study in Second Life | Judith Good, Katherine Howland & Liz Thackray | pdf.ico Full text pdf

Revealing the transformatory moment of learning  technology: the place of critical social theory | Richard Hall | pdf.ico Full text pdf