International Education Journal, 3 (4) 2002
Volume 3 Number 4 November 2002
Educational Research Conference 2002 Special Issue
Tony Gibbons and Gavin Sanderson
Contemporary Themes in the Research Enterprise
Shirley M. Yates
Stepping from single to mixed sex education: Boys' progress and perceptions during the restructuring
Overcoming Transactional Distance as a Barrier to Effective Communication over the Internet
David D Curtis and Michael J Lawson
Computer Adventure Games as Problem-Solving Environments
Tracey Bretag, Sam Horrocks and Jeff Smith
Developing Classroom Practices to Support NESB Students in Information Systems Courses: Some Preliminary Findings
The Impact of IELTS Scores on Performance at University
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