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Cross, Simon and Whitelock, Denise (2017). Similarity and difference in fee-paying and no-fee learner expectations, interaction and reaction to learning in a massive open online course. Interactive Learning Environments, 25(4) pp. 439–451. file

Hernández-Nanclares, Núria; García-Muñiz, Ana and Rienties, Bart (2017). Making the most of “external” group members in blended and online environments. Interactive Learning Environments, 25(4) pp. 467–481. file

Rehm, Martin; Rienties, Bart and Littlejohn, Allison (2017). Does a Formal Wiki Event contribute to the Formation of a Network of Practice? A Social Capital Perspective on the Potential for Informal Learning. Interactive Learning Environments (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download


Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas; Lygo-Baker, Simon; Ma, Hoi Wah Serena and Rees, Roger (2016). Why some teachers easily learn to use a new virtual learning environment: a technology acceptance perspective. Interactive Learning Environments, 24(3) pp. 539–552. file


Zablith, Fouad; Fernandez, Miriam and Rowe, Matthew (2015). Production and consumption of university Linked Data. Interactive Learning Environments, 23(1) pp. 55–78.


Galley, Rebecca; Conole, Grainne and Alevizou, Panagiota (2014). Community indicators: a framework for observing and supporting community activity on Cloudworks. Interactive Learning Environments, 22(3) pp. 373–395. file

Rienties, Bart; Tempelaar, Dirk; Giesbers, Bas; Segers, Mien and Gijselaers, Wim (2014). A dynamic analysis of why learners develop a preference for autonomous learners in computer-mediated communication. Interactive Learning Environments, 22(5) pp. 631–648. file

Wolff, Annika; Mulholland, Paul and Zdrahal, Zdenek (2014). Using machine-learning and visualisation to facilitate learner interpretation of source material. Interactive Learning Environments, 22(6) pp. 771–788.


Lally, Vic; Sharples, Mike; Tracey, Frances; Bertram, Neil and Masters, Sherriden (2012). Researching the ethical dimensions of mobile, ubiquitous,and immersive technology enhanced learning (MUITEL) in informal settings: a thematic review and dialogue. Interactive Learning Environments, 20(3) pp. 217–238. file

Rienties, Bart; Kaper, Wolter; Struyven, Katrien; Tempelaar, Dirk; van Gastel, Leendert; Vrancken, Sanne; Jasińska, Magdalena and Virgailaitė-Mečkauskaitė, Eglė (2012). A review of the role of information communication technology and course design in transitional education practices. Interactive Learning Environments, 20(6) pp. 563–581.

Whitton, Nicola; Jones, Rosie; Wilson, Scott and Whitton, Peter (2012). Alternate reality games as learning environments for student induction. Interactive Learning Environments, 22(3) pp. 243–252.


Kerawalla, Lucinda; Littleton, Karen; Scanlon, Eileen; Jones, Ann; Gaved, Mark; Collins, Trevor; Mulholland, Paul; Blake, Canan; Clough, Gill; Conole, Grainne and Petrou, Marilena (2011). Personal inquiry learning trajectories in geography: technological support across contexts. Interactive Learning Environments, 21(6) pp. 497–515.


Scott, Peter; Castaneda, Linda; Quick, Kevin and Linney, Jon (2009). Synchronous symmetrical support: a naturalistic study of live online peer-to-peer learning via software videoconferencing. Interactive Learning Environments, 17(2) pp. 119–134.


Mulholland, Paul; Wolff, Annika; Zdrahal, Zdenek and Collins, Trevor (2008). Blending coherence and control in the construction of interactive educational narratives from digital resources. Interactive Learning Environments, 16(3) pp. 283–296.


Mor, Yishay and Winters, Niall (2007). Design approaches in technology enhanced learning. Interactive Learning Environments, 15(1) pp. 61–75. file


Ross, S.M. and Bolton, J.P.R. (2002). Physica: a computer environment for Physics problem-solving. Interactive Learning Environments, 10(2) pp. 157–175.

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