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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1999 Volume 21, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Effects of Media Attributes in Anchored Instruction

    Hsin-Yih Shyu

    Investigates the effects of computer-assisted video-based anchored instruction on promoting students' attitudes toward mathematical instruction and problem-solving skills. Examines the effects of... More

    pp. 119-39

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  2. The Relationship between the Number of Students per Computer and Educational Outcomes

    John W. Alspaugh

    Examines whether a relationship exists between the number of students per computer in schools and traditional educational outcomes. Findings indicate that the allocation of class time and resources... More

    pp. 141-50

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  3. Targeting Motivation--Adapting Flow Theory to Instructional Design

    Tom S. Chan & Terence C. Ahern

    Investigates the effect of activity content, its presentation, and the interactions between the two on flow experience (intrinsic motivation) in instructional activity. Results suggest that... More

    pp. 151-63

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  4. Distance Education and Technology: What Are the Choices for Higher Education?

    Judith L. Johnson

    The Education Network of Maine, the distance education arm of the University of Maine, delivers courses over an interactive television system, and has begun offering courses using the Web,... More

    pp. 165-81

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  5. Nuestra Tierra: A University/Public School Technology Integration Project

    Karin M. Wiburg, Nidelia Montoya & John Sandin

    Describes a university/public school project to integrate technology with teaching and learning in a Southwest border school district. Discusses how the project was collaboratively designed,... More

    pp. 183-219

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  6. An Attempt To Design Synchronous Collaborative Learning Environments for Peer Dyads on the World Wide Web

    Fong-Lok Lee, Steven Liang & Tak-Wai Chan

    Describes the design, implementation, and preliminary evaluation of three synchronous distributed learning prototype systems: Co-Working System, Working Along System, and Hybrid System. Each... More

    pp. 221-53

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