* Distinguished authors with considerable expertise in their fields
* Broad "intra-disciplinary" perspective on learning and teaching on the Web
* Focus on the Web and emerging Web-based technologies
* Special attention to conducting educational research on-line
* Emphasis on the Social and Psychological Context
* Analyses of effective Web-based learning resources
* Firmly grounded in contemporary psychological research and theory
About the Authors.
Acknowledgments.C.R. Wolfe, Learning and Teaching on the World Wide Web.V.F. Reyna, C.J. Brainerd, J. Effken, R. Bootzin, and F.J. Lloyd, The Psychology of Human-Computer Mismatches.M.D. Anderson, Individual Characteristics and Web-Based Courses.M.A. Britt and G.L. Gabrys, Teaching Advanced Literacy Skills for the World Wide Web.C.R. Wolfe, Creating Informal Learning Environments on the World Wide Web.L.W. Sherman, Cooperative Learning and Computer-Supported Intentional Learning Experiences.G. Riva, From Real to Virtual Communities: Cognition, Knowledge, and Interaction in the World Wide Web.N. Hammond and A. Trapp, How Can the Web Support the Learning of Psychology?C.H. Jazwinski, Gender Identities on the World Wide Web.J. Morahan-Martin, Caught in the Web: Research and Criticism of Internet Abuse with Application to College Students.A.N. Joinson and T. Buchanan, Doing Educational Research on the Internet.J. Wiley and J.W. Schooler, The Mental Web: Pedagogical and Cognitive Implications of the Net.
Christopher R. Wolfe is director of Quantitative Researching and Instructional Computing at Miami University. He is also an officer of the Society for Computers in Psychology and founding editor of the Dragonfly Web Pages, an award winning Web site for science and children.