The case studies in this volume enforce technology is a principle catalyst for transnational collaborative interventions in providing learning and professional development opportunities to the people of both developed and developing countries.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Learning across Social Spaces.
2: Online Teaching Partnerships in Diverse Socio–Cultural Institutions.
3: Balanced Assessment of Flexible E–Learning versus Face-to-Face Campus Delivery Courses at an Australian University.
4: Planning a Quality Education System: Using Technology to Increase Access to University Education.
5: Using Portable DVD Players to Deliver Interactive Simulations for Training Health Care Workers in Kenya.
6: Transnational Postgraduate Study for Development Workers: Using Technology to Bridge the Gap.
7: Learning Patterns of Learner's Interaction in the Learning Management Systems: A Comparative Study of China and Malaysia.
8: EPICT: Transnational Teacher Development through Blended Learning.
9: Japanese Students' Digitally Enabled Futures Images: A Synergistic Approach to Developing Academic Competencies.
10: Development of a Transnational Framework for E–Learning Technologies.
11: Second Life Brought to Life: A Case of Usability In-World.
12: Perspectives on the Influences of Social Capital upon Internet Usage of Rural Guatemalan Teachers.
13: Interactive Hypermedia–Based Learning Environment: Models of Making Sense of Dynamic Visualization.
14: Using Email as a Cultural Bridge in the Learning Process for Transnational Students.
15: Integrated Cross–Cultural Virtual Classroom Exchange Program: How Adaptable Public Schools Are in Korea and the USA?.
16: Live Interactive Virtual Explorations via the High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network.
17: Effectiveness of Problem Based Learning for Engineering Curriculum.
18: Using the How People Learn Framework for Online Course Design in Teacher Education.