Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL)

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2013 SNIP (Source Normalized Impact per Paper): 1.052 | Ranking: 218/643 Education | 45/113 Management of Technology and Innovation
2013 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank): 0.431 | Ranking: 376/1035 Education | 65/224 Management of Technology and Innovation
 

 

Editors-in-Chief

Maggie M. Wang, magwang@hku.hk , The University of Hong Kong

Stephen J.H. Yang, jhyang@csie.ncu.edu.tw, National Central University

 

 

Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL) aims to publish latest and quality research articles in the multidisciplinary area of knowledge management and electronic learning. We hope to foster a platform for leading research in the emerging new landscape of knowledge intensive economy, which requires the integration of knowledge and learning.

 

 

The KM&EL Journal is indexed and abstracted in:

• Cabell's Directory

• Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
• EBSCO Open Access Journals

• EBSCO Open Access Education Collection
• Educational Research Abstracts

• Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA ID: 42165)
• Google Scholar
• The Index of Information Systems Journals

• SCOPUS (Elsevier)
• Ulrich's Periodicals Directory

 

The Journal will be published in March, June, September, and December, 4 issues per year.

 

ISSN 2073-7904

EISSN 2073-7904

 


Vol 7, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Articles

Special Issue on “Novakian concept mapping in university and professional education” PDF
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Editorial: Novakian concept mapping in university and professional education PDF
Ian M. Kinchin 1-5
How good is my concept map? Am I a good Cmapper? PDF
Alberto J. Cañas, Joseph D. Novak, Priit Reiska 6-19
A standardised, holistic framework for concept-map analysis combining topological attributes and global morphologies PDF
Stefan Yoshi Buhmann, Martyn Kingsbury 20-35
Concept maps which visualise the artifice of teaching sequence: Cognition, linguistic and problem-based views on a common teaching problem PDF
David B. Hay, Martina Proctor 36-55
Justifying the usage of concept mapping as a tool for the formative assessment of the structural knowledge of engineering students PDF
Alla Anohina-Naumeca 56-72
Concept maps as versatile tools to integrate complex ideas: From kindergarten to higher and professional education PDF
Beat A. Schwendimann 73-99
Becoming a mental health nurse; A three year longitudinal study PDF
Harvey Wells, Cathy Bernal, Daniel Bressington 100-118
Designing problem-based curricula: The role of concept mapping in scaffolding learning for the health sciences PDF
Susan M. Bridges, Esmonde F. Corbet, Lap Ki Chan 119-133
The potential contributions of concept maps for learning website to assessment for learning practices PDF
Mehmet Filiz, David L. Trumpower, Shehzad Ghani, Sait Atas, Arun Vanapalli 134-148
Suggestions for teacher education from concept mapping studies PDF
Priit Reiska, Katrin Soika 149-161
Using concept maps to create reasoning models to teach thinking: An application for solving kinematics problems PDF
Guadalupe Martínez-Borreguero, Ángel L. Pérez-Rodríguez, María Isabel Suero-López, Pedro J. Pardo-Fernández, Francisco L. Naranjo-Correa 162-178


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Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL)
ISSN 2073-7904, EISSN 2073-7904

 

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