Special issue of British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET) : Individual Differences in Web-based Instruction Second Call for papers Web-based instruction has been increasingly used to support teaching and learning. Because the user group of web-based instruction includes learners from heterogeneous backgrounds, individual differences become an important issue in the development of web-based instruction. This special issue of BJET focuses on how individual differences influence student learning in web-based instruction. Topics of interest may focus on, but are not restricted to: * Adult Learning; * Cognitive Styles; * Culture Factors; * Disability Needs * Domain Knowledge; * Gender Differences; * Spatial Ability * System Experience All papers will be refereed. Articles should not normally exceed 4,000 words including references to any sources that readers might wish to trace. Important dates: Deadline for authors to submit papers: March 14, 2003 Notice of review results: April 7, 2003 Deadlines for final version of papers: April 28, 2003 Publication: August 2003 Guidelines for submission of papers can be found at (<http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/submit.asp?ref=0007-1013>). All papers should be forwarded to the guest editor, Dr. Sherry Y. Chen ([log in to unmask]) by email as attached files. Special issue guest editors: Dr. Sherry Y. Chen Lecturer Department of Information Systems and Computing Brunel University Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 3PH, UK Professor Ray J. Paul Dean of the Faculty of Technology and Information Systems Brunel University Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 3PH, U.K.