International Journal of Designs for Learning vol 5 (2) published

Volume 5, Issue 2 of the International Journal of Designs for Learning, a
special issue which focuses on historic design cases, is published.

In this special issue of IJDL focusing on Historic Design Cases, we turn our
focus to both the near and distant past of designs intended (or used) for
learning both formal and informal—inside the classroom and in our everyday
lives. As we design in the present, we may be informed only by impressions
of classic designs handed down to us primarily through abstract references,
and sometimes without knowledge of such designs at all. This special issue
represents a first step in documenting these pivotal designs.

Below you can find a list of the articles from this issue. Please forward
this announcement on to those you feel would be interested. We look forward
to your contributions and continued support of this exciting venue for
scholarly research in designs for learning!

Best Regards,

Colin M. Gray, Special Issue Co-Editor
Craig D. Howard, Special Issue Co-Editor
Elizabeth Boling, Editor-in-Chief


*Vol 5, No 2 (2014): Special Issue: Historic Design Cases*
*Guest Co-Editors: Colin M. Gray & Craig D. Howard*

*Introduction to the Special Issue on Historic Design Cases*
Craig D. Howard, Colin M. Gray


*TICCIT: Building Theory for Practical Purposes*
Andrew S. Gibbons, A. F. O’Neal

*Automated and Amplified: Active Learning with Computers and Radio
Anne Trumbore

*MPATI: The Midwest Program on Airborne Television Instruction (1959-1971)*
Monica W. Tracey, Jill E. Stefaniak

*Disclosing the Design of an African American Educational Technology:
Bridge: A Cross Culture Reading Program*
Patricia A. Young

*Creating Minimalist Instruction*
John M. Carroll

*Expert Systems and Knowledge-Based Engineering (1984-1991): Implications
for Instructional Systems Research*
Jo Ann Oravec

*“Making Alcatraz Amazing”: The Alcatraz Cellhouse Tour*
Elizabeth Boling

*SimCalc: Democratizing Access to Advanced Mathematics*
Deborah Tatar, Jeremy Roschelle, Stephen Hegedus

*Using Analytics for Activity Awareness in Learning Systems*
James M. Laffey, Christopher Amelung, Sean Goggins

International Journal of Designs for Learning

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