Archived Volumes

Volume 3, Number 2, October, 2001.

Interactive Lab: A System for Teaching Electronics using an Interface to PSpice 
Julio J. González, Laurence Reitman
State University of New York at New Paltz

Demos: some require Shockwave plugin.

Virtual Reality Simulations in Physics Education 
Jong-Heon Kim, Sang-Tae Park, Heebok Lee, Keun-Cheol Yuk
Kongju National University
Heeman Lee, Seowon University

Demos: some require Viscape plugin.

The Logic Tutor: A Multimedia Presentation 
David Abraham, Liz Crawford, Leanna Lesta, Agathe Merceron, Kalina Yacef
University of Sydney
Demos: some require Microsoft Powerpoint viewer.

High School Students Learning Computer Science over the Web 
Arto Haataja, Jarkko Suhonen, Erkki Sutinen, Sirpa Torvinen
University of Joensuu

Demos: some require Flash plugin and AVI player.

Interaction Evokes Reflection: Learning Efficiency in Spatial Visualization 
Glenn Gordon Smith, State University of New York at Stony Brook

Demos: some require Java-enabled browser.

Digital Lectures: If You Make Them, Will Students Use Them?
Constraints on Effective Delivery of Flexible Learning Systems
Tim Bell, Andy Cockburn, Bruce McKenzie, John Vargo
University of Canterbury

Demos: some require AVI player.

Development and Assessment of Students: Attitudes and Achievement in a Business Statistics Course Taught Online 
Candace L. Gunnarsson, Xavier University

The papers marked with a above are revised and augmented versions of Edmedia 2001, selected by IMEJ editors as among the conference's best contributions in educational technology.