Terry Mayes
TitleCited byYear
A manifesto for a constructivist approach to uses of technology in higher education
D Jonassen, T Mayes, R McAleese
Designing environments for constructive learning, 231-247, 1993
6881993
Teaching & learning online: new pedagogies for new technologies
J Stephenson
Routledge, 2018
4172018
Issues in reusing online resources
A Littlejohn
Reusing online resources, 19-24, 2003
3972003
Learning technology and usability: a framework for understanding courseware
JT Mayes, CJ Fowler
Interacting with computers 11 (5), 485-497, 1999
3201999
Cognitive Tools for Learning (Nato ASI Series (closed)/Nato ASI Subseries F
PAM Kommers, DH Jonassen, JT Mayes
Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, 1920
283*1920
Review of e-learning theories, frameworks and models. JISC e-learning models study report
T Mayes, S De Freitas
The Joint Information Systems Committee, 2004
2802004
Review of e-learning theories, frameworks and models. JISC e-learning models study report
T Mayes, S De Freitas
The Joint Information Systems Committee, 2004
2802004
Why observing a dialogue may benefit learning
J McKendree, K Stenning, T Mayes, J Lee, R Cox
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 14 (2), 110-119, 1998
2131998
Learning and e-learning: the role of theory
T Mayes, S de Freitas
Rethinking pedagogy for a digital age, 33-45, 2007
2012007
Learning relationships from theory to design
CJH Fowler, JT Mayes
ALT-J 7 (3), 6-16, 1999
1721999
Learning technology and groundhog day
JT Mayes
Hypermedia at work: Practice and theory in higher education, 28-37, 1995
1671995
Learning technology and learning relationships
T Mayes
Teaching & learning online, 16-26, 2018
1662018
Vicarious learning from dialogue and discourse
R Cox, J McKendree, R Tobin, J Lee, T Mayes
Instructional science 27 (6), 431-458, 1999
1481999
Information flow in a user interface: the effect of experience and context on the recall of MacWrite screens
JT Mayes
People and computer IV, 1988
1341988
Learning about learning from hypertext
T Mayes, M Kibby, T Anderson
Designing hypermedia for learning, 227-250, 1990
1331990
JISC e-Learning Models Desk Study: Stage 2: Review of e-learning theories, frameworks and models
T Mayes, S De Freitas
Learning 202, 43, 2004
852004
Cognitive tools: A suitable case for learning
JT Mayes
Cognitive tools for learning, 7-18, 1992
841992
Videoconferencing in a language learning application
P McAndrew, SP Foubister, T Mayes
Interacting with computers 8 (2), 207-217, 1996
801996
Technology-Enhanced Learning: the Role of Theory
T Mayes, S de Freitas
Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age: Designing for 21st Century Learning, 17, 2013
782013
Learning from watching others learn
T Mayes, F Dineen, J McKendree, J Lee
Networked learning: perspectives and issues, 213-227, 2002
772002
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